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Remarkable Restaurants from Around the World

MC Art presents you with a selection of must-visit restaurants from all over the world, each with their own quirky architectural design, creative accessories, and distinctive art works.

Overtreders W creates zero-waste barn and restaurant for Dutch festival

"A barn is a timeless icon for farming, and has proven itself over the centuries as a neutral but recognisable envelope in which evolving farming activities can take place," the architects said.

"When you see a barn, you know you're in a farming area. In the future the barn will keep on adapting itself to new ways of breeding and harvesting."

Farm-to-table cooking informs natural colour palette of Maannos restaurant in Helsinki

"As a designer I wanted to combine three things: the old industrial building, the owner's food philosophy, and modern Scandinavian design," said Seppänen.

Sky-high Manhatta restaurant by Woods Bagot borrows colours from outside

"The design intent was to create a home in the sky that feels warm and relaxed enough for casual meals and drinks, while establishing a sense of place for the jaw-dropping views," said Woods Bagot principal Wade Little.

Gastrobar O restaurant combines Russian and Scandinavian style

"The untouched layers and textures on the walls remind us of the period of the turbulent 1990s with its squat movement, the spirit of self-organisation and freedom," said Bureau Rhizome.

"Whereas new materials such as matte concrete, white tile and wood make this canvas complete."

Rane Interiors outfits Japanese restaurant Saku with orange and cream surfaces

"I designed Saku with art deco, retro 1970s, and traditional japanese influences in mind," says Emily the designer, "I wanted the small space to feel light, inviting, and soothing, like the comfort food they offer up".