Sultan's Makati space, which sits in the middle of a narrow street, has a large lit-up sign, bright interiors, and sparing detail to make it hard to miss, even from afar.
Sultan's type mix features Karla in multiple weights, chosen for its industrial structure to complement the space's urban and utilitarian redesign.
Assorted Sultan restaurant and correspondence collaterals.
The decor we illustrated for the space features art inspired by arabesque textile design and medieval Islamic astrology, to bring out a lofty feel in contrast with the bareness of the space.
Sultan's famous lamb shank, posing with the menu and calling cards.
The Sultan menu includes photos to make browsing and choosing fuss-free.
More of the Sultan collateral set.
The shawarma pyramid keeps each wrap safe and sturdy for to-go orders.
The Sultan takeaway trays with sticker seals, the placemat, and menu.
A mirrored wall makes the Sultan space feel brighter and bigger.
Sultan's second space, opened less than a year after the first space's successful relaunch. This space's design features new unique details to differentiate with the Makati space.
We styled and photographed the Sultan smorgasbord for the print menu and website.
Sultan's staff shirts and apron, plus a hearty plate of souvlaki for style.