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TONKOTSU Ramen Bar Walthamstow

Bold patterns of hand glazed tiles and clashing geometric shapes of upholstery have been carefully chosen to compliment warm woods and brass trims throughout the restaurant

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Restaurant’s vibrant interior incorporates a mix of British influence and bold Japanese patterns.

If you have ever been to any of the 12 Tonkotsu sites you will notice similar design elements like the open kitchen, but this is where similarity stops.

Tonkotsu ramen bar open kitchen in Walthamstow is cloaked in blue with flashes of vibrant pink and plywood.

Interior space was fashioned around dominant open kitchen where chefs perform live cooking.

Window positioned booth seating in Walthamstow restaurant features beuilt in coathooks and data sockets for diners

Tonkotsu Ramen at Hoe Street has an impressive 38 cover dining room and 6 cover ramen counter, as well as a 10 cover outside.

Bold patterns of hand glazed tiles and clashing geometric shapes of upholstery have been carefully chosen to compliment warm plywood throughout the restaurant.

Restaurant interior is cloaked in bright blues, vibrant pink and plywood; the latter handsomely cast onto the front of open kitchen and bespoke furniture.

sake bottle display at modern ramen restaurant in London

Half-height mirror above the seats bounce light streaming in through the full-length windows, whilst meshed screen performs double duty as a visual barrier and support for the gantry.

sake bottle display acts as a screen for kitchen shelves

Bold patterns of hand glazed tiles and clashing geometric shapes of upholstery have been carefully chosen to compliment warm woods and brass trims throughout the restaurant.

restaurant interior faux neon sign on timber background

When decision was made to open Walthamstow site, Blenheim Designers were chosen to design, specify and oversee construction of restaurant and bar. We love working on innovative restaurant environments like this and we are privileged to be involved with Tonkotsu Ramen’s next project.

Photo credits: Paul Winch_Furness