Mei Ume at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square has taken home the awards for Best UK Restaurant and Best Luxury UK Restaurant at the annual Restaurant & Bar Design awards. As well as winning the two awards, Mei Ume was also shortlisted as Best London Restaurant, Best Restaurant or Bar in a Hotel and Best Restaurant or Bar in a heritage building.
Designed by Ed Ng and Terence Ngan of AB Concept, Mei Ume takes inspiration from the building’s heritage as a gateway for merchants from the east and west as well as from the restaurant’s name Mei Ume, which is a combination of the Japanese and Chinese language words for “plum blossom.” A large screen at the entrance made with enamel paint on glass depicts the signature plum blossoms. Strategically placed at the entrance, this piece fuses the two worlds into one as a common language.
Celebrating its tenth year, the globally-recognised awards are dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces and were attended by more than 600 of the UK and world’s best designers and their clients.
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