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Millwork Interiors complete The Noodle Kitchen in Macau

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 11, 2015 in Interiors
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Photo by Steven Ko

Photo by Steven Ko

Hong Kong-based interior design firm Millwork Interiors has recently completed  The Noodle Kitchen in Macau

Located inside the luxury Galaxy Macau resort, The Noodle Kitchen is a Chinese restaurant famed for its noodles and dumplings. One of the features of the restaurant is that diners are able to watch chefs at work preparing their food thanks to a glass-encased kitchen that spans one of the walls. The lay out sees most dining tables with a clear view of the kitchen, meaning customers can witness the intricate techniques that the chef’s employ when creating dishes from scratch.

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Photo by Steven Ko

Representing good fortune and joy, the colour red has been incorporated throughout the interior and is prominently used inside the space. However, the design team decided to use a slightly more modern hue that moves away from deep red and into a more orange zone. The colour is used throughout the interior, even on the traditionally inspired latticework that frames the space. Other traditional Chinese symbols and designs have been used in the design. Chopsticks adorn the show kitchen in the form of supportive beams and a chopstick-like motif has been used on the roof as a point of interest.

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Photo by Steven Ko

Located above the seating on the outer walls of the restaurant are porcelain plates and framed illustrations that highlight the traditional noodle-making process. Running the length of the kitchen, various dried goods and cooking tools sit on shelves, harking back to a bygone era. The restaurant celebrates the history of the culinary delights it serves in a contemporary atmosphere, ensuring an enjoyable dining experience for all.

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Photo by Steven Ko

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