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Are you looking for a Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Indian or Pakistani restaurant logo? We have all those logo designs for you. We have the right brand image for your restaurant logo design. Just add your needs for your restaurant idea, then you will help make it carefully and precisely. Because we are the best restaurant logo design agency. We have all designs according to your restaurant identity. Starting from the food menu logo, to the kitchen set logo. You don't need to doubt the results we provide, because we are very experienced in creating logo designs for restaurants. We do the design with feeling and heart and use several important steps, including:
- Logo Name
If you're planning to set up a super exclusive restaurant with seating that only seats two customers per night, you'll want to have your name displayed in front of consumers to build the widest possible brand recognition. It's also great for generating buzz and positive word of mouth! Usually included on web pages, print and television commercials as well as billboards, bus stops and, most importantly, the exterior of your building, the name of your restaurant should play a special role in your final logo. Popular examples nationally include: Denny's, Sonic, IHOP, Cheesecake Factory, Carl's Jr., Jack in the Box, and Applebee's.
- Logo Color
We save the best for last – literally. Your choice of color has one of the most profound impacts on a consumer's buying decision. And when designing a restaurant logo, the main color is red. That's because the color red has been shown to directly affect appetite, which may be the reason why it's a part of so many popular restaurants and food brands. Consider logos for Coca-Cola, Burger In-N-Out, Dole, Heinz, KFC, Pizza Hut, DQ, Wendy's, Pringles, McDonald's and Del Monte, and even major grocery chains like Ralph's, Vons, Safeway and Kroger. Find creative ways to incorporate red accents into colors that match your food style.
- Logo Design
Similar to the construction and interior decoration of your site, your logo design lets people know exactly what to expect, such as fast service, home delivery in '30 minutes or less', a family atmosphere or casual dining. These cues are conveyed through the art you choose, choices that vary widely for every style of food. Start by thinking of the images commonly associated with your restaurant – a bottle of wine and a loaf of bread for Italy or a pair of chopsticks for China. And while you should choose symbols to make the image the best it can be, you also want to avoid going too far beyond your service offering as you will give the wrong impression.
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