A light and bright restaurant in Singapore shows that simplicity can be remarkable.
Odette, award-winning chef Julien Royer’s first restaurant, is located in the iconic National Gallery Singapore.
The restaurant is a tribute to Royer’s grandmother Odette, who taught him how some of the most sublime dishes can come from the simplest ingredients.
The restaurant was conceptualised by UK-based Universal Design Studio and designed to be an extension of the art collection housed in the National Gallery. A mobile centrepiece was created through a collaboration with Singaporean artist Dawn Ng.
The use of soft light and pastel colours offers a welcome departure from more traditional fine dining restaurants. Natural, raw elements are presented in an understated palette of untreated timber, pink terrazzo marble and nickel and brass accents.
A key feature of the dining experience is the glass-encased kitchen, where diners have the opportunity to witness the chefs at work.
For more information visit odetterestaurant.com