30.11.16

Mystery helps Grateful Kitchen redefine the healthy QSR format

Mystery helps Grateful Kitchen redefine the healthy QSR format

Mystery's latest design project in London's rapidly expanding Canary Wharf is helping redefine the healthy QSR format.

Grateful Kitchen Fridge Area

Grateful Kitchen Signage

Commissioned to help take a hugely popular healthy food kiosk concept in Canary Wharf and redefine it as a scalable QSR format, Mystery’s brief included the design of the brand identity, interior design scheme and takeaway packaging.

Grateful Kitchen Counter Visual

Grateful Kitchen Seating

Mystery designed Grateful Kitchen to provide all-day fresh, healthy, contemporary and affordable breakfast and lunch options for local Canary Wharf professionals and offers wholesome, simple food with a Mediterranean vibe, including artisan salads and gourmet roasted coffees. Everything is prepared daily in-house, using fresh ingredients and is served by well-trained and knowledgeable staff.

Grateful Kitchen Order Here

Grateful Kitchen Interior Visual

The identity and interior design concept draws the focus towards the kitchen as a hub of activity. The pared back interiors, Mediterranean teal tiles and bright, airy space, softened with beautiful hand-carved wooden stools balance simplicity and wholesomeness with fine detailing and thoughtful attention to detail.

Grateful Kitchen Interior Visual

Grateful Kitchen Visual

Mystery created an innovative approach to the customer flow dynamic by designing a separate order counter for hot drinks and baked goods, freeing up the main savoury and salad counter to serve time-starved lunchtime customers twice as fast.

Grateful Kitchen Table and Chairs

Grateful Kitchen Bag

Grateful Kitchen has quickly become a popular breakfast and lunch destination for Canary Wharf professionals looking to satisfy their healthy lifestyle aspirations.

Be inspired: To find out more about the project, click here.