The project's interiors, designed in collaboration between JJA Bespoke Architecture, Morty's and Kevin Poon, focuses on pushing the site's existing back-of-house kitchen towards the front-of-house, so passersby can peek in through the restaurant’s kitchen window from the sidewalk. Looking to a variety of Manhattan's local pubs and diners as inspiration, the team focused on utilising a simple and straightforward colors and materials palette; such as the liberal use of red ceramic tiles, brushed stainless steel, and monochromatic stone flooring. These materials are used to great effect for the long and linear "train-car" type "dining cabin" that the restaurant's patron seating area is inspired by. Everything in the project is created bespoke for the site, except the silver-coloured Aluminium Prouve Chairs sourced from Industry West.
Four large sized flat-screen televisions are spread throughout the restaurant floor plan so sports fans can enjoy international sporting events all day long. Both the front and back-end facades are flexible so crowds can spill out into the front sidewalk and back alleyway when it gets busy, creating a jovial indoor-outdoor relaxed eating and drinking environment.
項目的室內設計由JJA Bespoke Architecture，Morty's 與Kevin Poon三者合作完成。設計將現有的廚房區域移至餐廳前方，讓路人能於人行道上透過廚房窗戶窺視餐廳內部。取材方面則以各種曼哈頓的酒吧與餐廳為靈感，利用了簡單明快的色彩及材料作設計，如大量運用的紅色瓷磚，啞面不銹鋼和黑白灰單色石地板。這些材料為餐廳營造成列車上的「餐車」感，用餐區的設計亦是受其啟發而成。而項目中除了購自Industry West的銀色鋁製椅外，其餘事物都是替餐廳量身定制的。