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Madrid’s Brutal Burrito celebrates the street food aesthetic

Long tables and a purposefully ‘unfinished’ look bring the communal spirit of street food stalls and markets to this burrito restaurant in Madrid.

Burr Studio designed the space, which adopts a raw, industrial aesthetic thanks to its exposed pipework and tiled floor. An open kitchen allows diners to watch chefs at work around the tortilla press and the griddle, also recreating the performative aspect of outdoor food markets.

Madrid’s Brutal Burrito celebrates the street food aesthetic
Photography: Maru Serrano

Although Brutal Burrito’s atmosphere is dominated by stainless steel and rough plaster, Burr Studio has incorporated some bright pops of colour in its long green tables, and a series of yellow entrance arches made of shiny stretched fabric.

Diners can pull up a tubular steel stool and order from Brutal Burrito’s menu of classic dishes which includes a vegan option with matcha and chile guajillo sauce.

C. de San Bernardo, 64, 28015 Madrid, Spain

Madrid’s Brutal Burrito celebrates the street food aesthetic
Photography: Maru Serrano
Madrid’s Brutal Burrito celebrates the street food aesthetic
Photography: Maru Serrano

[via Yellowtrace; Designboom]

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