Tuesday, December 29, 2009

banQ Restaurant Boston

It's a fact that food taste better when your dining in a nice place. The interior design of a restaurant is equally important as the menu itself, and the banQ Restaurant in Boston wins on design alone. They could serve burnt toast and still be considered great because the design is just incredable. banQ Restaurant in Boston was designed by Office dA. The walls, ceilings and columns are made of wood and in the form of waves.
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"Boston restaurateurs Hemant Chowdhury and Mark Raab opened banQ, located in the beautifully renovated Penny Savings Bank building in Boston's South End one year ago. Executive Chef Brar incorporated various influences from his training in Singapore, London and India to create the restaurant's South East Asian and French menu, which continues to entice neighborhood patrons and foodies alike. BanQ's sophisticated yet innovative space, designed by the award winning design group, Office dA, takes full advantage of the soaring ceilings and other architectural details found in the Classical Revival building constructed in 1917."

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