2014 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist: Best Restaurant Design

Announced on 22 August 2014, the shortlist for the 2014 Eat Drink Design Awards includes twenty-four projects for Best Restaurant Design.

Best Restaurant Design: 2014 shortlist

A. Baker – DesignOffice

Alfredo’s Pizzeria – Derlot

Bentley Restaurant & Bar – Pascale Gomes-McNabb

Bluetrain– Studio Equator

Bread in Common – Spaceagency

Cho Cho San – George Livissianis

Depo Restaurant / Bar / Cafe – Derlot

Donna Bionda – Richards & Spence

Esplanade – Cheshire Architects

Ester Restaurant and Bar – Anthony Gill Architects

Fonda Flinders Lane – Techné Architecture + Interior Design

Hotel Centennial – Luchetti Krelle

Little Collins St. Kitchen – Hecker Guthrie

Nomad Food | Wine | Cellar Door – Nomad in collaboration with Annie Snell Design

Penfolds Magill Estate – Pascale Gomes-McNabb

Prix Fixe – Fiona Lynch

Rockpool est. 1989 – Grant Cheyne

Ruyi – Hecker Guthrie

Shop Eight Food & Wine – Rekindle

Stokehouse City – Pascale Gomes-McNabb

Swine & Co – Melissa Collison Interior Design

The Potting Shed at The Grounds – Acme&Co.

The Press Club – March Studio

Yellow – Pascale Gomes-McNabb

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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