Arthur’s Restaurant

gh3*‘s exceptional design and execution at Arthur’s Restaurant has garnered critical acclaim amongst the Toronto dining scene.

  • area / size 7,000 sqft
  • Year 2019
  • Location Toronto, Canada,
  • Type Restaurant,
  • Since opening in 2019, Arthur’s Restaurant has become one of the most notable new restaurants to appear on the Toronto dining scene in recent memory. Designed by gh3* and fabricated by Unique Store Fixtures, the space features an intimate lounge and bar area in addition to the main dining room, which features a stunning octagon ceiling with a center dome as the main focal point.  Unique and gh3* have recently received two notable awards: the Gold 2020 Shop! Design Awards for Restaurant Fine Dining and the Silver for A’Design Award and Competition Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category Award.

    Unique Store Fixtures fabrications and gh3*’s design have also been shortlisted for the International Hotel & Property Awards.

    The octagon’s center dome is constructed out of bronze patina, which draws the eye inward, while at the same time housing the lighting and mechanical details. Bronze is also used throughout much of the space, including in the bar and lounge area, which features a welded bronze tartan display used to house bottles and glasses. In addition, the solid bronze panels in the main dining room bar have all been hand-painted to create a bespoke finish and add a decorative accent throughout the large dark space.

    Arthur’s Restaurant is the latest offering by Chase Hospitality Group, also known for Kasa Moto and the Planta series of restaurants. “The best part about working with Unique was that I was doing a project that was so close to my heart and as a tribute to my father. And who is a better company to discuss that vision with than Unique, which is a family-run business,” says Steven Salm, CEO of Chase Hospitality Group. “Unique treats you like a family, and every step of this project was very easy.”

    Design: gh3*
    Photographer: Elaine Fancy