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South of the Clouds Softly Lands in Brighton

The Umai replacement is kicking off business

South of the Clouds noodles
South of the Clouds noodles
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A restaurant specializing in cuisine from China’s Yunnan province has arrived in Brighton. South of the Clouds took over the former Umai space at 412 Market St. in Brighton Center and, in keeping with its name, has softly opened for business, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.

South of the Clouds serves Yunnan noodles, which are rice noodles combined with items like chicken or pork, broth, bean sprouts, and vegetables, plus chili sauce. The noodles usually come separate from the broth and other ingredients, then get added in. South of the Clouds softly opened late last week, in the space that once housed Umai, which opened in early 2016, as previously reported. Umai has another location in Back Bay that remains open.

There were a few cosmetic changes made to the restaurant, as Universal Hub reported, and the interior features light walls and dark wooden furniture, plus some hanging tapestries. South of the Clouds is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

South of the Clouds Is Replacing Umai in Brighton [BRT]
Brighton Center to Get Noodlier [UH]
Umai Is Now Open in Brighton Center [EBOS]

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