The deceptively quaint exterior wall made up of perforated bricks in an array of sizes and engraved with motifs leaves you unprepared for the stunningly contemporary, interiors that lie beyond its doors. This thematic restaurant interior design has Asian influences.
The interiors are infused with distinctly unique elements right from the Jaipur-made custom mosaic flooring and a stunning feature wall made of Siporex, wooden blocks and a solid glass block, which have been inscribed with abstract patterns, to dramatic blood-red PU lacquer coffee tables or the larger-than-life yellow velvet wing back chairs in the dining area, every element oozes with an imitable sense of style.
In a space that hits the high notes ever so often, with several elements that may vie for your attention, nothing can detract from the pièce de résistance—the 100-foot-long island bar which was made from locally sourced wood, the bar counter has abstract, fluidly formed resin-filled crevices that give it a distinctive texture. After all one can expect only the best from the award winning interior design studio in India. Every corner of the restaurant is an inspiring experience in itself. Koko isn’t just a restaurant; it is a transformative dining experience.