June 1, 2016

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The Counterculture Of Cafe Dining.KUBUS-LOGO

Surrounded by two floors of cafe dining, this striking CED servery point basks in natural daylight, streaming from a picturesque viewing gallery above. This modern twist on cafe dining makes it’s home within one of the capital’s Royal Park pavillions.GREENWICH-PAV---4
The crisp counter outlines and finishes selected all share a contemporary affinity with the surroundings. Freshly made stone-baked pizzas, soup, sandwiches and hearty hot dishes are presented behind clean lines, courtesy of CED’s Kubus chilled hydrocarbon and hotplate drop in displays, all reworked with rigid UV bonded glass hoods for the occasion.

Cold drinks grab n’ go merchandising is provided to customer left hand of counter, by the inclusion of the 3/1 GN self help Kubus multi deck.GREENWICH-PAV---5

The finished servery incorporates an exciting blend of client selected classic and current finishes, the blue grey slabs of Tuscan quarried marble counter top – chosen medium of early Greek sculptors – run full length of the counter, seamlessly separating dining from food prep.
GREENWICH-PAV---3Fascia fronts are formed in a fresh mix of reclaimed timber bonded block panels with the swirling geometry of unique ceramic tiling at counter ends.
Behind the main servery, the ceramic faced octagonal pavilion walls form a serene backdrop for CED’s integrated back-of-house wine, food and fresh coffee making steel topped spaces.GREENWICH-PAV---1

Let’s pull up a chair, sit back at one of the scenic upper gallery viewing windows and soak up the beautiful counterculture of Cafe dining.

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David Summers
ABDA Creative Design & Build