Jade Kitchen is a little different. Rather than blazing new culinary paths, this New American Bistro in the up-and-coming Northwood village chose to do things their way. A product of study (Wayne Devers is a C.I.A. graduate), experience and travel, Jade Kitchen finds itself nestled firmly between personal expression and a refined culinary pallette. And just like its namesake, Jade Kitchen is a humble compliment to its environment; never overbearing, arrogant or pretension.
By infuses simple and seasonal ingredients with culinary nuances drawn from various regional and world cuisines, Jade Kitchen has created a colorful and flavorful dining experience. Complementing the ingredients while maintaining the excitement of the unexpected, Jade Kitchen routinely refreshes their menu so every visit has the potential to be unique.
Simple. Elegant. Modern. This logo is made from original letterforms. This is not a typeface or font that is accessible to anyone else, much like the gastronomical experience offered by Jade Kitchen. The letters are designed to be read right side up and upside down (also known as AMBIGRAM) so as to intrigue the customer and tease the imagination. The ethnicity of the letterforms is purposely ambiguous. The shape of the type and influenced by cryllic, arabic, asian and english letterforms.