Spiler bistro pub, Budapest

January 2nd, 2013 by retail design blog

Fusing a concept of local Budapest ruin pubs, New York city bars and the high-end gastronomy of his family’s 30 years old restaurant business, owner Roy Zsidai has opened ‘Spíler’, a public socializing place where people come to experience something completely new in Budapest in terms of food and atmosphere. Located in a hystoric protected landmark, the site provides a laid-back style with excellent food and quality chabby-chic interior design. The decor was collected from local furniture designers, the flea market, old warehouses, and apple producer farmers.
















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