Grill and Wrap is a quick serve restaurant that serves Canadian and Middle Eastern food at affordable prices. The customers like the large portions and friendly service. All of their food is made with the best ingredients and flavor combinations. Customers can order anything from shawarma to the best burgers in town. They also serve New York Steak, kabob, chicken wings and Canadian specialties such as poutine and Montreal Smoked Sandwich.
The Grill and Wrap restaurant is located in London, Ontario. The city which was settled in 1826 was originally envisaged as the capital of Upper Canada by Lieutenant Governor John Graves, Simcoe, who also named the village. It did not become the capital, but it is currently the second largest city in Ontario after Toronto, the capital of the province. The city is home to many festivals, including Sunfest, the London Fringe Theater Festival, the London Ontario Live Arts Festival, the Home County Folk Festival, Rock the Park London, Western Fair, Pride London and others. The London Rib-Fest is the second largest BBQ festival in North America. The city also has a rich musical history.
The restaurant interior has the look and feel of a traditional New York deli. The design has an urban style that reflects the area, with large windows that let in plenty of natural light and uses neutral colors such as gray for the walls and tile flooring. Also inside is a flat screen tv, so guests can watch sports. The beige werzalit bar table tops and black ladder back bar stools aid in creating a slightly more "pub like" atmosphere which certain clients find appealing but also add some contrast with the rest of the furniture making them an attractive focal point.
To achieve that classic deli look, plain booths upholstered in black vinyl were paired with black ladder back metal chairs and solid wood plank table tops in a black finish. The booths are not just comfortable; they are a must in order to achieve the desired New York deli look. The black restaurant furniture contrasts nicely with the lighter colored floor and walls and the resulting color scheme creates a classical and neutral atmosphere where the main focus is placed on the food.
The combination of the booths, the ladder back chairs and the premium, plank table tops create a welcoming atmosphere that shows. The large windowed restaurant front allows potential customers to get an idea of what to expect even before they look at the menu. The inviting booths by the windows are hard to ignore, especially when it’s cold outside and a warm coffee and some comfort food are sought after.