The question of whether there’s room for more burger restaurants keeps being asked but to be on top of the game you need to stand out and be different. And that is exactly how the idea of Kung Fu Burger came about.
The brilliant idea behind three very ambitious young entrepreneurs is to create a freshly made burger with an unexpected Asian twist. Inspired by the legendary Bruce Lee’s jumpsuit, the interior plays with simple bold mustard yellow and details of black and red to give an Asian touch yet still appeals to the Melbourne funky restaurant scene.
Due to the size limitation, we have chosen the most impactful, bright and bold colour to create something unique, fun, memorable and most importantly to have its own identity and street appeal to stand out amongst the crowd.
Colour can alter our perception of a room’s size and shape and that is exactly what we took advantage of. To create an illusion, we have decided to paint the wall and the ceiling with the same lighter colours which enables your eyes to travel continuously around the
Carefully curated contrasting accent colour give places for your eyes to linger as they explore the space and to guide your visual through the space with depth and dimensions. Big mural art work by Melbourne artist – Xue Ning creates a moment of quirk and fun.
The Dunhill range is made from a mild steel base with a powdercoated matt finish. This base is recommended for indoor use.