"The Attendant", a sandwich bar made by remodeling a men's public toilet, opens in London
The sandwich bar "The Attendant", which was created by remodeling a men's toilet, has opened in London, England. The US media Daily News reports.
Sandwich bar "The Attendant" made by remodeling the men's toilet. A table is installed on the urinal.
"The Attendant" is a sandwich bar made by cleaning and renovating what used to be a public toilet. The good old things are preserved as much as possible In keeping with the British tradition, the historic buildings and heritage in the toilet are well preserved after the renovation.
The preserved historic heritage, of course, includes the "men's urinals" manufactured in the 19th century by the long-established British porcelain maker Royal Doulton. The table top of the sandwich bar is placed on the toilet bowl, taking advantage of this historic heritage. Sit on the stools lined up in front of the toilet bowl, eat sandwiches, and ponder the feelings of the British gentlemen who would have used this place 200 years ago.
"The Attendant" under renovation (Source: BBC) The kitchen is on the left hand side and the table is on the right hand side.
The Attendant just opened on February 18th. Enjoy gourmet sandwiches, salads, coffees and cakes from the former chef of the Michelin-starred restaurant Pollen Street Social.
Around the entrance of The Attendant, the exterior is the same as the public toilets that are common in London.