2019 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist:
Best Restaurant Design

Announced on 23 August, the shortlist for the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 35 projects for Best Restaurant Design:

372 – Ctrl Space

Agostino – Chris Connell Design

Asado – Ewert Leaf

Babylon Rooftop Bar and Restaurant – Hogg and Lamb

Ban Ban – Genesin Studio

Bistecca – Tom Mark Henry

Black Hide Steakhouse by Gambaro – Plus

Bopp and Tone – Luchetti Krelle

Burleigh Pavilion – Alexander and Co

C.C. Babcoq – Tom Mark Henry

Di Stasio Citta – Hassell

Eazy Peazy – Carr

Edwin Wine Bar and Cellar – Projects of Imagination and Dion Hall

Esquire – Guru Projects

Flotilla – Derive Architecture and Design

Future Future – Olaver Architecture

Ichiban Sushi – Collectivus

Katori – Melissa Collison Design

Kazuki’s – Design Office

Little Shoo – Georgie Shepherd Interior Design

McDonald’s in the Sky – Landini Associates

Meet Fresh – Wall Architects

Mt Erica Hotel – Bergman and Co

Peppers Silo Hotel – ARTAS Architects

Persone Bar and Restaurant – Plus

Prince Dining Room – IF Architecture

Saké Manly – Luchetti Krelle

Salt Meats Cheese – Ctrl Space

Sebastian – Ewert Leaf

Sisterhood – Biasol

Stamford Park Homestead – Brahman Perera and Jason M Jones

Tayim Restaurant and Bar – Welsh and Major Architects

The Lord Lamington – Collectivus

Via Porta – Studio Esteta

Woolwich Pier Hotel – Alexander and Co

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

The winners will be announced Tuesday 12 November at a ceremony to be held at Metropolis in Southbank, Melbourne.

The 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards are organized by Architecture Media and supported by major partner Chandon Australia; supporting partners Latitude, Ownworld and Roca; and event partner Four Pillars Gin.

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