Versital create bespoke bar for Chaophraya: a Thai transformation

Versital is delighted to have been specified in Chaophraya, a contemporary Thai restaurant in Newcastle. The restaurant has recently undergone a £1.55 million transformation that offers an impressive blend of contemporary Thai cuisine in unique surroundings. Versital supplied a stunning 3m feature worktop and panels for the bar to meet the brief of ‘classic elegance’.Daniel Parker, Photography, corporate, product, food, food photography, photographs, branding, portrait, stock, abstract, Press, PR, construction,architecture, music, bands

Chaophraya Business Manager, Simon Wright says;

““While it is indeed delicious, Thai food can be messy and therefore prone to staining. We needed a practical solution for our new restaurant that would project an opulent and authentic look, while still being fit for purpose and keep looking as good as new for a long time. Versital’s bespoke faux marble means we now have the best of both worlds for our restaurant – a beautiful, premium marble bar and ‘pass’, without the drawbacks of the naturally porous material.” 

Versital’s 100% non-porous stone resin panels, bar tops and table tops are made to measure allowing you to specify the exact shape and size required. They are available in over 90 colours and finishes such as marble, granite, sparkle and high gloss.Daniel Parker, Photography, corporate, product, food, food photography, photographs, branding, portrait, stock, abstract, Press, PR, construction,architecture, music, bands

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