In just three weeks, Yaletown residents will get to try the highly anticipated ‘Minami’ Japanese restaurant that has taken over the real estate at 1118 Mainland Street.
As usual Scout Magazine is first on the scene with a sneak peek!
The anticipated Japanese restaurant – a relative of popular Miku (owned by Seigo Nakamura) – still has three weeks left before it’s scheduled to open, but already it’s looking pretty swell. The deep brown stain from the original wood floors has been sanded away to leave a nice raw glow, and many of the rear dining room walls and both private rooms are in the midst of a decorative once-over by Hideki Kimura, the acclaimed mural painter from Japan (he’s leading a team of artists from neighbouring Raw Canvas). The firm behind the look is Vancouver’s own OMB (the same folks responsible for the clean lines of Obakki, and Oru), so the end result will likely be modern looker worthy of a good gawk.
Check out the entire Scout article and pictures here.
Yaletown has a plethora of restaurants, but it’s always exciting when a new one rolls into the neighbourhood.
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