Enya is a restaurant that seeks to position itself as one of the best in the region, where its specialty are local meat cuts.
The definition of Enya is Sun in the indigenous language Pai Pai, Amerindian town that lives in the north of the state of Baja California, Mexico, element that represents the inhabitants of Mexicali.
The concept of the restaurant is to communicate the local roots through the interior design and its details, exalting the richness and excellence of our regional products. Enya is divided into five areas: kitchen, restaurant, bar, terrace and mezzanine; where each offers a unique atmosphere.
The exhibition kitchen, covered with gold plates that go hand in hand with the majestic mural of the artist Juan Angel Castillo, is the protagonist of the place; where there is a visual interaction between the diner and the kitchen staff. Wood is one of the main materials used in the interior, from its furniture, ceiling and its carved bar. The decoration, lighting, perforated steel plates; all combine to create an eclectic, cozy and elegant atmosphere.
Architects: At Ztudio, Fernanda De la Torre & Armando García
Photographer: Aldo Gracia & Fernanda de la Torre
Facade cladding: Plaster and perforated steel plates.
Flooring: Porcelain floor (Interceramic and Cesantoni and Perdura Stone) and
modular carpet (Tovar).
Doors: Wood Doors by carpetner
Windows: Vidriera La Roca
Interior lighting: Led – brand Tecnolite and Restoration Hardware
Interior furniture: All furniture was custom made