MF Sushi Restaurant

MF Sushi Restaurant, Inman Park, Atlanta

Kinjo Brothers in their new kitchen design by Jones Pierce Architects

The famous Kinjo brothers are back! Atlanta’s original sushi masters have returned from a successful expansion into Houston. Now, they are setting up their next award-winning restaurant, MF Sushi, in the trendy Highland Avenue corridor of Inman Park. This restaurant features interior stylings by Alex Kinjo and architecture by Jones Pierce Architects.

MF Sushi Dining Room designed by Jones Pierce Architects

Warm tones, decorative lighting fixtures, and natural light keep the dining space bright and comfortable.

MF Sushi Jones Pierce Architects

Light screens and varying ceiling heights divide the open dining area and create more private seating areas.

Kinjo Brothers of MF Sushi. Jones Pierce Architects

The sushi kitchen is open to the dining room, so that all guests may watch the Kinjo brothers at work.

MF Sushi Bar designed by Jones Pierce Architects

The MF Sushi bar is completed with decorative lighting fixtures, built-in display shelves, and large art piece.

Corner booth seating

Art pieces and decorative lighting fixtures bring the personality of the owners into the restaurant design.

Jones Pierce Architects lighting detail

Details, such as ceiling patters and lighting fixtures, add to the personality of the restaurant.

Exterior Sign on MF Sushi

The exterior facade of MF Sushi contrasts from the interior with darker colors.

MF Sushi food

Their sushi is a work of art in every way!

Make sure to stop by the restaurant at 299 North Highland Avenue, Atlanta.

Or check them out online:
www.mfsushiusa.com

Jones Pierce Architects

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