Chinese Restaurant Logo Ideas:

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Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

Red in the Chinese culture symbolizes joy, happiness, and celebration — characteristics you want associated with your restaurant. The Autour One font used is casual and decorative and complements the playful icon. The yellow icon is very prominent against the red background and makes it stand out.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

Working with a white background is a safe option as you won't have difficulty getting your logo's color right. The yellow and red icon speaks of food grilled on a flame, while the chopsticks represent Chinese food. The Marko One font works best in medium to large print.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

The transparent background makes this logo ideal for a variety of materials. The prominent red seafood and chili icon refers to the flavor and richness of the food customers can expect from your restaurant. The Krona One font is readable and full of personality. It works great in all font sizes.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

In Chinese culture, black represents strength and authority, which are excellent characteristics of your brand, while yellow and white represent serenity and richness. The icon of a bowl of food is playful, while the Redressed text supports this playfulness. The typeface is clean and legible.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

The icon of a Chinese take-out container on a wave makes it easy to see what type of food customers can expect. The design is simple, yet impactful and the colors are typically associated with Chinese culture. The Marco One font is simple and smooth, yet eye-catching.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

A black and white logo like this is associated with power, elegance, and formality. The bamboo icon is reminiscent of strength and endurance as well as money and achievement. Along with the Ceviche One typeface, the icon emphasizes to customers that your product is bold and of good quality.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

By using a yellow icon, you associate your brand with power and prosperity. It is an imperial color and is representative of earth. According to Chinese culture it will attract good fortune to your business. This is emphasized by the use of a red font, which is a symbol of luck.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

Pandas embody good luck and positive thoughts in Chinese culture. The brown typeface represents earth and bamboo, both powerful symbols in China. The logo's design is simple and will work on all branding material. It creates calmness amidst the bright colors associated with Chinese restaurants.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

Red is worn by some Chinese brides as it wards off evil. With a prominent logo like this, this symbol will be good for your restaurant. The yellow icon of a bowl of noodles showcases the type of restaurant, and the color represents power, royalty, and prosperity.

Logo for a Chinese restaurant called Mystic Hill Edit

When you see a panda you automatically think of China where this animal is regarded as a symbol of friendship and peace. This is the experience you want patrons to have in your restaurant. Black shows power and prominence, while the red brings in some mystery.

FAQs:

How do you design a logo for a Chinese restaurant?

Think about the food you will serve in your restaurant and consider using icons that reflect the menu. You can also consider chopsticks or Chinese take-out boxes as icons. Ask yourself what your patrons should know about your restaurant. Experiment with our Chinese restaurant logo generator and design a logo that works best with your brand.

What colors are good choices for Chinese restaurant logos?

  • Red: joy, luck, happiness, and vitality.
  • Yellow: power, royalty, and prosperity.
  • White: innocence and purity.
  • Blue: immortality and advancement.
  • Green: prosperity and the environment.
  • Gold: wealth.
  • Purple: divinity and immortality.

How will I know if I chose the right logo for my Chinese restaurant?

Before making a final decision, use the logo-maker Zarla to test your design on different marketing materials such as T-shirts, websites, and menus. Also ask your friends, family, and potential customers what they think. If you designed more than one logo, ask them which is their favorite.

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