Pasta B Milan | The famous Singapore Restaurant

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This restaurant is a branch of Jing Hua, a restaurant in Singapore that specializes in Gyoza dumplings.
Pasta B Milano Garde Italy

The first image that came to design this restaurant were the alleys of Singapore. Then the architects of Garde Italy flew to Singapore and visited the actual restaurant, the city, and the alleys, and decided to go with this concept. With numerous small restaurants that lined the streets, they were immersed in the steam and fragrance.

It was such an appetizing sight. the challenge to reproduce this in Milan. The kitchen has been faced onto the sidewalk, so that the process of making Gyoza dumplings and vapor rising from the steamer could be observed through the glass.

Pasta B Milano Garde Italy

The cashier beside the entrance has glass windows that open toward the street, so that freshly made Gyoza could be sold directly. Counter seats were positioned along the kitchen glass, and set up most of the seats on the B1 floor. On the interior wall, overlapping wooden boards of rough texture are placed, creating an ambience of an alley.

The wall penetrates the ground floor and the B1 floor, giving a unified sense in the design. For the kitchen wall, the pattern used in the restaurant in Singapore is given a faded effect and printed, conveying the image of the wall of a bustling alley. The window forms reduce the sense of being underground. The tables are painted with a faded finish, and placed chairs of various colors, to render a lively atmosphere.

Currently, it is so successful that there are even queues, and it appears just like the image of the alleys in Singapore.
Pasta B Milano Garde Italy
by AN shopfitting magazine no.134 ©
Designer Garde Italy
210 sqm