A new Copenhagen restaurant just lately opened its doorways, welcoming worldwide friends in a vivid area impressed by heat-blooded Latin tradition and Scandinavian heritage. The basement-turned-fabulous-restaurant in Copenhagen exhibits how trendy restaurant design composes a really inspiring area of interest. Copenhagen restaurant group Cofoco commissioned Jonas Hartz (of Hz), Jakob Lange (of BIG), and Lars Larsen (of Kilo) to create a shocking design for the opening of their new restaurant within the metropolis. Llama – Restaurante Sudamericano was the identify chosen to outline this distinctive, unique combination of cultural heritage parts. You see, trendy restaurant design influences moods, goals and senses. Someone may dream of a romantic dinner there, others may dream about opening their very own restaurant, however all are beneath the magical spell of aromas, textures and colours.
This engaging mixture of aromas locations the restaurant’s menu in your “should attempt” listing when visiting Copenhagen: “Llama is among the many first eating places within the area to attract on the flavors of the South American continent. Inspired by Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, and, shifting a bit to the north, Mexico, the menu options ceviches, anticuchos, Uruguayan-fashion meats, tacos, and an inventory of South American spirits. But Llama is with out query rooted within the Nordic area and goals to thoughtfully and sensibly marry the South American inspiration with Scandinavian merchandise and recipes.” Floors superbly adorned with handcrafted Mexican cement tiles help the darkish furnishings, whereas a inexperienced wall livens up the entire institution. Clustered across the pulsating coronary heart – the bar – three totally different eating areas have been optimized for seating one hundred eighty individuals two occasions an evening. The flamboyant restaurant was as soon as a darkish basement. Now it bursts with laughter and evokes others to comply with their pulsating blood’s want. “From an architectural viewpoint, I assume we now have created a exceptional transformation – the primary concept of merging two cultures has turned an interpretation of a standard Latin American vernacular into a up to date Copenhagen public area.” says BIG Partner Jakob Lange.