Ice Ice Baby!!!

Ever dreamt of having bespoke drinks and full course dinner inside an Igloo or a step further, at the North Pole. Well, look no further for the Iceberg Zero is where you can enjoy all this amidst snow, an ice restaurant to look and feel like the North Pole.

There are private rooms which have been shaped like Igloos and decorated with jazzy lights to liven up the place. All drinks are served in glass carved from ice. The bar serving top and tables are made of ice too. Guests are given gloves, coats and boots to keep them from the shivering climes of the North Pole created inside.

Guests can spend time carving out ice models and they provide the tools for it. There are videos with instructions that play on the screens and you can follow them. Take home your sculpture and they provide an ice box for it.

Commercial Interior Tips For Your Restaurant

Opening up a food business in London may sound overrated, but with just the right amount of resources and a clear vision, you can go from “the corner diner” to one of the most luxurious and appreciated restaurants in the entire capital of England. In order to achieve that you do not have to spend huge amounts of money, but just to manage your existing finances better, and take into consideration the following commercial interior design tips:

• Considering employing a fully qualified designer to deal with your interiors. Without a doubt, a professional will always do the work better than a newbie! Think about hiring as an investment for the future, especially in your time and other resources. Moreover, you will get to acquire precious information from the inside, as well as get in contact with numerous suppliers, joiners, fitters, or trading people – all for the good of your outstanding commercial interior design.

• Re-flooring. Replace your carpet (if any) with vinyl flooring, or even consider investing in some qualitative wooden floors. Apart from being easy to take care, wooden floors are also hygienic and timeless fashionable.

• Re-painting. As easy as it sounds, the best way to reinvent your restaurant is to add qualitative and exuberant wall paint. Consider a mix of vibrant, bright colors (orange, red, or lime) with monochromes in white or black. However, if you are not sure about the color scheme simply apply neutral colors and, instead, opt for colorful drywalls.