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Project News: Yakinori Restaurant, Bristol

Yakinori wall-art

In May, we began work on a full fit-out for a new client in Bristol: Japanese restaurant Yakinori, which opened to customers at the start of July. Yakinori is the sister-company of Woktastic (based in Birmingham). This is their third branch, located in Park Street in the centre of Bristol. Yakinori specialises in authentic Japanese food cooked freshly on-site each day. Their menu features a wide range of noodles, sushi and bento boxes. We undertook the entire fit-out for the … [Read More]

Project News: Tombo refurbishment

This month we returned to an old client of ours, Tombo – a Japanese restaurant in Thurloe Place, South Kensington. We created and installed Tombo’s original interior back in 2010, so we were delighted to return to give the interior a fresh new look. Tombo wanted a complete refurbishment in order to support their expansion from takeaway food towards a full dining experience – which included the launch of their range of speciality Japanese teas. In addition to fitting out … [Read More]

Project Update: Tombo Japanese Deli

It’s been some time since we completed the interior for Tombo – an authentic Japanese deli in South Kensington – so it was great to return there this week and see its success! We’re discussing ways we can increase the seating area due to the deli’s popularity. Our MD, Gary, was keen to try out some more of Tombo’s unusual speciality cakes, so owner Colin Sloley gave him a Green Tea Mascarpone Red Bean Dorayaki Cake to try. Gary commented … [Read More]

Project News: Tombo Japanese Deli

Earlier this year we completed the interior for Tombo. Tombo is an authentic Japanese deli that has opened in the museum district in South Kensington, London – and a new venture for husband-and-wife team Colin and Manami Sloley. Tombo sells a range of food made freshly in-store every day to eat in or take away – look out for their speciality Matcha Latté (a sweet green tea latté) and some fantastic green tea cakes! The shop had previously been a … [Read More]

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