The Nara Kitchen is a new bistro and terrace bar opening in the complex of Nara Spa, the new Scandi inspired cafe is a place to enjoy freshly homemade baked treats with wonderful woodland views. A taste of escapism and the perfect destination to sit & sip tea and coffee. What to expect? The interior design embraces the homage of coolness and cosiness, a modern eatery with a twist.
The menu will provide customers to enjoy cosy Autumn days with a seasonal mix of elegant comfort food. Our food creator Elaine has put her unique stamp on the phase one opening menu developing a style of eating that is not just artisan cafe food, but an experience from start to finish.
Nara Kitchen is a social, adaptable and interactive environment – as a business we have plans to grow and flourish with the current times, we want to harness all aspects of wellness and give the public the opportunity to love life and enjoy their quality time at our complex.
From visual concept to real-life product, the structure of the Nara complex pays clear homage to the streamlined, modernist aesthetic of a Nordic building.
Hidden among peaceful surroundings of nature, the integration of raw materials, wood and nature exemplify the mission; enabling people to visualise the ‘wellness’ concept of the build.
Staying true to the architectural and interior design influences of an eco-sustainable way of life, minimalism and environmental wellness has been the driving force of this vision. A combination of modern barn house meets Nordic villa overlooking woodland and Cumbrian greenery. The clean lines, natural light, off-white walls and organic colour brought in through the build mixes tradition with the present day.
The strong charcoal black balanced with Scandinavian wood and neutral beige throughout is the classic example of integrating design into nature.
With sleek furnishings, The Spa & Kitchen will ensure a safe sanctuary and holiday destination with a view like no other.
Connecting with other creative professionals from the community is a perfect example of how the building has came to life, from trade, construction and design.