When it comes to restaurants, for me, the ambiance and decor is just as important as the food and I particularly enjoy it when a restaurant feeds me some serious home décor inspiration wherever I look in between mouthfuls. But this sock-knocking restaurant I stumbled upon really gives you something to chew on. Hueso restaurant is a reason to make it to Mexico’s Guadalajara city if you aren’t there already. In the quirky design district, a culinary cabinet of curiosities like you’ve never seen before awaits from Mexican architect Diaz Morales. Hueso, means bone– because they’re absolutely everywhere, 10,000 of them to be precise, mounted on the walls, displayed on the tables and stacked inside little nooks, all cast from aluminium– animal lovers take a breathe.
So for those of us who can’t make a booking for Friday night, let’s take an ogle around…
The Hueso website.