A picture perfect space, Smoke House Deli positioned in Bangalore, evokes the old world charm of the city with its pristine white decor and interesting design elements that surely... entice its clientele..
After enticing Mumbai and Delhi with its exclusive décor and lip smacking delicacies, Smoke House Deli is now all charged to pander to the tastes of Bangaloreans, with its new exclusive outlet at the 100ft Road Indiranagar in Bangalore. Smoke House Deli houses a blend of the contemporary with the vintage. Designed by Busride Design Studio, the space exemplifies the history of Bangalore through its décor. All brushed in white, the building flaunts two floors wherein the ground floor is zoned into three seating areas while the first floor sports an opulent stretched bar. Spread across an area of more then 6000 sq.ft, both the ground floor and the first floor cover 2600 sq.ft each while an area of 1180 sq.ft is dedicated to the outdoor seating. “We see the outside and faux-outside areas being the more all-day conducive areas, where the spaces are daywashed in entirety. They are perfect to have a coffee and a quick snack. The inside of the restaurant is much better suited to having a longer meal; hence the design of booth seating and more comfortable formats. The large concentration of the illustration also occurs here, to provide areas of interest for longer meals. The upstairs becomes the buzzing bar area, where we create a darker, more moody environment for the night, and is conducive to being a higher energy offering,” explains Ayaz Basrai, Designer at The Busride Design Studio. To maximize the visibility, glass façade with delicate curves of a conservatory that permits transparency, has been infused into the space. “We aimed to open up vistas and views from the street, and the restaurant to create a day-washed space,” shares Ayaz. He further avers, “It allowed us to hang two massive 2D-3D chandelier installations, which are visible from the street. We’d like to think of the entire building as signage, where the text is composed as part of a larger idea.” The restaurant’s interiors are a reflection of its exteriors which is bright, leafy and lazy. Through its illustrations, Smoke House Deli references an array of ‘things’ loosely related to the Garden City, ranging from gardening, botany, green-belts and parks for children as well as cravings for a pastoral life along with sustenance farming and suburban life.