L’OSTERIA italian restaurant by DiPPOLD Innenarchitektur GmbH, Munich

February 7th, 2013 by retail design blog

This small italian restaurant in Munich, offering Pizza and Pasta, is the latest member of the L’OSTERIA chain. In a cosy, vintage atmosphere you sit right next to the open kitchen, presenting itself as the heart of the restaurant.

The interior, designed by Caroline Dippold, shows an exciting play of Vintage furniture pieces mixed with Metro wall tiles and various Retro Lamps. Now, an old post table conduces as a service station for bread, oil and spices and a former assembling table became a huge come-together-table for chatting and drinking with friends. All in all an excellent choice for having casual dinner in Munich.
























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