K-Studio designed a 24-hour Lebanese Food market called Souk located along the coastline in Athens, Greece.
Yatzer described the project:
A feast for both the plate and the palette, it has been inspired by the characteristic features of Beirut – a multi-faceted city of historical and contemporary culture, religion, architecture and design. Souk sweeps you off your feet and offers you an escape and an adventure that is a real feast for all the senses.
Fresh, warm, eclectic and very inviting, the atmosphere in Souk is certainly stimulating. This incredible new restaurant provides a relaxed, sociable and fun dining journey. Imagine wandering around enjoying the delicious scent of the food, perusing eclectic stalls set in structural concrete columns on an easy to navigate grid. Imagine stopping to watch talented chefs using fresh ingredients to prepare various Lebanese delights such as, 'Manaoushi', 'Saj' and‚ 'Taouk' right in front of you. Yes, it's a real place and the hardest part of going to Souk, is deciding which of the delicious dishes on offer to choose from. The food is complimented with extra delights which result from the magical design of this dining space. As you follow the mosaic pathway on a culinary and aesthetic adventure you know that you have found a unique environment in which to relax and feast.
4 Replies to “Souk, A Lebanese Food Market, in Greece | Restaurant Design”
I love those lights and chairs! I had similar ones when we opened our restaurant from the professionals we hired. They even gave us some commercial kitchen equipment from Brisbane too!
The place is like heaven to dine on. I buy a milk-tea blend, some pastries and lounge in their free wi fi. Life is good.
Very good! I'm happy you enjoyed them. He has so many awesome treats there. It always amazes me.
Very interesting photos and very nice post. Thank you for sharing mate.