Felix Kitchen&Bar is more than just a restaurant: it is a full-fledged contemporary art space in Budapest, Hungary. It is traditional, yet modern, minimalistic yet bohemian. It has urban roots, but rises above all the street noise. Felix Kitchen & Bar is located in the building which used to house the Várkert Kiosk, which was designed by Miklós Ybl, the most influential Hungarian architect of the 19th century. Behind its breathtaking neo renaissance facade the building had an industrial function, as it supplied the royal palace with filtered drinking water. The building itself was the visual starting point for the identity. A scene of blended elements of traditional and modern: contemporary cuisine meets the traces of past function and interior. The quality materials that appear in the identity form a bridge between today’s function and the classic look. The illustration elements reflect the structure of the building: the sgraffito grotesques by Róbert Scholz, the reflective surfaces in the interior, the varied architectural elements and the gilded stucco. The basis of visual communication and content is reflection, referring to the former function of the building.