If you'd like the comfort of dining in your backyard but would prefer someone else to do the cooking, head on over to this unique restaurant in Bangkok.
Inspired by a glass house in an artist's backyard, the restaurant is actually a creative space dotted with artistic drawings and sketches. The room feels light and airy thanks to the use of light colors, mirrors, curtains and strategically placed balloon pendant lamps.
Designed for 52 diners, the restaurant features an open cooking table where guests can interact with the chef. This unique design is the work of architecture firm Metaphor.
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