New Japanese Restaurant To Replace Evicted Vancouver Eatery

The foodie scene in Kitsilano just got a juicy update!

After Qube Restaurant’s sudden closure back in April, it looks like the space is already getting a fresh start.

Enter: Ocean Goose, a new Japanese sushi restaurant that’s moving in.

If you missed the news, Qube, known for its Lebanese cuisine with a modern twist, had to shut its doors after only eight months.

They couldn’t keep up with rent payments, and the landlord pulled the plug.

It was a bummer for fans of their Mediterranean-Lebanese fusion, but the food world never stays still for long.

We spotted new signs at the old Qube unit hinting that Ocean Goose is moving in.

Photo source: BOAS Construction

Renovations are already underway, handled by BOAS, a Korean design and renovation company.

They are known for their work in various local restaurants like Sushi Mura, Toast to Coast, C Market Coffee HQ, Cafe Monet, and more.

Photo source: BOAS Construction

Judging from BOAS’ portfolio, this likely means Ocean Goose will be a Korean-run Japanese restaurant.

Currently, there is no other information out about the upcoming new restaurant.

Considering that the signage does have drawings of sushi on it, its likely going to be their main offering.

But since they’ve completely gutted Qube’s interior, it is likely the spot won’t open until Fall or Winter.

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