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New York restaurant COQODAQ is a ‘cathedral for fried chicken’

Rockwell Group fused art nouveau and Korean craft tradition for this Flatiron restaurant, which serves extra fancy wings and nuggets from a glowing, tunnel-esque dining room.

The studio describes COQODAQ’s interior as a ‘cathedral for fried chicken’ and has used a moody colour palette and custom lighting installations to really immerse diners in the ambience.

Inside the Manhattan restaurant, illuminated arches create a faux vaulted effect, soaring over rows of green banquettes that wrap around wooden tables. The bar, made of black soapstone and lit by sculptural pendants, is equally dramatic.

COQODAQ’s menu is equally lavish, including a golden nugget appetiser served with ocean trout roe, oysters and a signature Korean chicken bucket feast.

12 E 22nd St, New York, NY 10010, United States

Photography: Jason Varney
Photography: Jason Varney
Photography: Jason Varney

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