Yaya Counters of the Mediterranean
The freshness, simplicity and elegance of the greek islands
South-facing double-height bay windows let in natural light. Mediterranean blue and white lime markings are softened by pastel tones and light wood on the mezzanine staircase and the sprawling bar counter. The open kitchen creates a warm link between clients and the oven brigade. A floor-to-ceiling wall of shelving organized like a giant pantry of Kalios products imports an air of elsewhere.
The spirit of a straw beach hut
Like a house in the Cyclades, where the architecture and the furniture blend together seamlessly, bench seating is set into the walls. Chairs and bar stools are covered in straw and driftwood-style raw wood. Nautical rope light fixtures evoke fishing nets. A graphic representation of pebbles in lime paint that recall street markings create a decorative floor by plastic artist Jean Oddes, who also designed a stylized wall map of Greece.
The ambiance of a greek village
Inside or outdoors on its two spacious terraces, Yaya is an island that exudes the art of Greek living, located in the heart of the new Docks neighborhood of Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine.
The press is won over!
“Airy and luminous décor, with an open kitchen.”
“A trip to Greece built around sharing.”
“This place is incredible…”
Additional mentions in Air France Madame, Libération, Côté Paris, Elle…
In collaboration with Manganèse Éditions
- Trophées Gault&Millau 2017
- Meilleur restaurant Pop
- Assiette Michelin 2018