2016 Eat Drink Design shortlist: Best Restaurant Design

Announced on 19 August, the shortlist for the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 20 projects for Best Restaurant Design.

Best Restaurant Design: 2016 shortlist

Acre Eatery at Camperdown Commons – Pony Design Co.

Antica Pizzeria e Cucina – Genesin Studio

Bacash Restaurant – Molecule

Dinner By Heston Blumenthal – Bates Smart

Gerrale St Kitchen – H&E Architects

Hawker Hall – Craig Tan Architects with Bergman and Co and Samantha Eades Design

Higher Ground – DesignOffice

Jimmy Grants – Techne Architecture + Interior Design

Lee Ho Fook – Techne Architecture + Interior Design

Levantine Hill Estate – Molecule and Fender Katsalidis Architects

Long Chim Perth – Spaceagency Architects

Oggi – Studio-Gram

Saan – Cheshire Architects

Sake Japanese Flinders Lane Melbourne – Melissa Collison Design

Salaryman – Paul Kelly Design

Saltydog Hotel – Brustman + Boyde in collaboration with Pippa Dickson

So 9 – BrandWorks

Sth Central Dining & Social – Molecule

Tetsujin – Architects EAT

XO Restaurant – Capezio Copeland

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

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