Located in the gorgeous heritage building that once housed the former Boneta Restaurant in trendy Gastown, Bauhaus Restaurant has started serving its upscale German fare to hungry foodies in Vancouver.
Considered one of the most-anticipated eateries to open in Vancouver in recent years, Bauhaus Restaurant is the creation of film director Uwe Boll who hired Michelin-starred chef Stefan Hartmann to run the kitchen.
Hartmann, also owner of the highly celebrated restaurant Hartmann in Berlin, gracefully applies German and European techniques to transform local ingredients into mouth-watering German fare (you have to try the Wiener schnitzel and the braised beef roulade).
This stylish restaurant (click on photo to enlarge and see slideshow) wows its guests with gorgeous and sparse interiors designed by Andrea Greenway. Concrete, dark-grey marble, and wood is offset by an enormous, colourful painting by Haida artist Corey Bulpitt.
The famous Bauhaus design movement is highlighted in the colourful graffiti-inspired art (by Spanish duo Olliemoonsta) in the washrooms, creating a shocking yet clever contrast with the more sophisticated main room.
Even though Bauhaus Restaurant opened only a few weeks ago, it’s already considered one of the top new restaurants in Canada, taking the local fine dining scene in Vancouver to a whole new level.
Address: 1 W Cordova Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 2J2
Telephone: +1 (604) 974-1147
Spacial Thanks: Ms. Natalie Boll
Focal Journey (by Gustavo Espinola)