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Dutch Restaurant Sports a Stellar Look That's Just This Side of Totally Insane

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All photos by Maarten Willemstein via <a href="http://yatzer.com/the-roast-room-amsterdam">Yatzer</a>
All photos by Maarten Willemstein via Yatzer

This restaurant by Dutch design firm Studio Modijefsky is essentially the aesthetic equivalent of taking a deep dive down Alice's rabbit hole to Wonderland—and we dig it. The Roast Room, a dining spot dedicated to—you guessed it—meat, is the latest restaurant led by local chef Michiel Deenik, Yatzer reports. Deenik clearly doesn't shy away from spaces with a strong look.

The Roast Room's doughboy-like mascot pops up here and there, in custom bronze by Studio Molen. (Studio Molen also crafted the other bronze touches in the space—wacky lighting, door handles, and other items.) The real draw, though, is the eclectic but oh-so-lovely mix of terrazzo, marble, wood, metal, and tile all over the space, from floor to ceiling. The sumptuous blue hue throughout—on the glazed backsplash tiles, on columns in the space, etc.—is an added bonus.


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