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Interior Design: Tank Fish & Chippery

November 24, 2010

A Greek-inspired fish and chippery adds a new flavour to Melbourne’s Lygon Street.

Tank heralds a new take on the traditional Lygon Street eatery with a cheeky nod to the tradition of real Greek fish and chips.

The 1890s corner shop, complete with neo-corinthinan embellishments and busts, is a perfect envelope for the quirky fitout which promises a menu of fresh seafood and communal dining in addition to take-away favourites. Characterised by a collision of white-hot neon graphics and handmade Iznik tiles, Tank is poised to stir a new crowd in the old strip.

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