The interior of Restaurant Slon 1552 is defined by elegance and soft minimalism - the clean and straight lines are softened by warm materials, greenery and the choice of lighting. The eclectic mix of objects that come from the former bistro or were collected from here and there – for example, the two handmade kilims from Afghanistan bought at a vintage store, the mirror from an antique shop in Belgrade, the movable wood panels hinting at Asia and the copper dishes displayed à la cuisine française-style over the bar, leading the eye towards the heart of the kitchen - places emphasis on the details, designed and built specifically for the occasion.
All wall-mounted lighting was made to order, as were the shelves, the seating (reminiscent of the Charles Eames Eiffel Chair) and the monolithic bar made of Istrian stone. The waiting area next to the entrance with book and magazine shelves leads to a more casual area with lower seating and a display of herbs that are used in the kitchen. The walls display photographs of old Ljubljana and the interiors of the former Restaurant Slon featuring Thonet chairs and the bistro area with the bar. Bar stools are a tradition that remains from the former bistro, allowing people to come for a quick lunch alone and eat at the bar.
The back room provides more privacy and is perfect for business lunches and long meetings, while the special VIP area features tables set with long tablecloths and the most comfortable chairs with armrests.