While this is La Tavola's LOUNGE pattern, The Bridge Room has a custom flatware design created for them by La Tavola.
loves it when a well-thought-out tabletop receives its due recognition and the Australia's Hospitality Magazine
wrote recently about The Bridge Room Restaurant
in Sydney, it caught our eye. Author Rosemary Ryan
, in a piece called "Tabletops Set With Style at The Bridge Room
", goes into great detail on the thoughtful approach that Chef/Owner Ross Lusted
and his wife and partner Sunny
went about selecting everything from the actual tabletops to the handcrafted dinnerware and flatware - both made in Italy.
In most parts of the world, La Tavola and its range of products is available through the same distributors and importers of Steelite.
When it came to flatware, author Ryan
wrote "Cutlery was a much considered choice, says Sunny, afterall it's what diners are holding and eating from. It was custom-made by the acclaimed Italian company La Tavola owned by the Sambonet family. "The cutlery has a honed look - not shiny - and is really beautiful and weighty," she says. "But there's also a bit of softness to it."
Glassware from Schott Zwiesel
was chosen to showcase the wines from The Bridge Room's
award-winning wine list.
does a great job of highlighting The Bridge Room's
tabletop and as evangelists-in arms we just couldn't let her talented work go unrecognized. "Great job"
to the Lusteds
for understanding the important role that tabletop plays in the guest experience. And, a hearty "Well Done"
to Rosemary Ryan
for letting us all know about it.
To read the entire article, go here:http://www.hospitalitymagazine.com.au/Article/Tabletops-set-with-style-at-The-Bridge-Room/533985.aspx