Traditional Deans shop blinds for the Mandarin Kitchen
“Traditional” and “awnings” are two words you can really associate with Deans Blinds and the Freeholder of this building on Queensway wanted their awnings to add some character to an otherwise characterless shopfront. These four traditional Deans shop blinds, which we have just installed at the Mandarin Kitchen, are typical of this type of job with its hardwood box carefully painted to match the shopfront. Robust steel arms have been powder coated in our own plant to a resilient, long lasting, finish.
The Mandarin logo has been carefully applied to the main covers through the means of our special RAGS® branding process which has ensured accurate colour reproduction and sharp graphic outlines. In addition, further brand messages have been applied to the traditional awning valances. The fabric covers have been are treated to be both UV and soil resistant elements to give a long lasting appearance and both of these properties are accomplished through the means of environmentally safe applications.
With a wealth of experience our designers are able to produce awning styles which closely follow customer requirements and where required, at modest cost, are able to produce mock ups of the proposed layout and render these, through CAD processes, into a form by which a customer can make the correct decision.
From modest beginnings back in 1978, The Mandarin Kitchen (MK) has become one of the most celebrated Chinese restaurants in the world. Before becoming MK, this Bayswater restaurant was a well known Italian restaurant and previous to that, an old 60’s disco. Some original features still remain! With authentic Chinese cuisine remaining at a consistently high standard using only the finest ingredients meals are always fresh and prepared to order.
Queensway is a shopping street in Bayswater, an area of west London. It is home to many restaurants, cafés, pubs, souvenir shops and a few high-street retail chains. Queensway and Westbourne Grove are identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.