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Black Sea Restaurant is a family-run, family-friendly restaurant which opened its doors in the year 2000. The eatery offers authentic Mediterranean and Turkish dishes. The menu consists of variety of appetizers, fresh salads, chicken and beef kebab preparations and doner sandwiches. Their gyros also come highly recommended as is the borek and the doner kebob. The decor here is simple and does not distract one from the delicious, exotic food that is served here.
Jasmine Deli, a small 5 seater deli located in Nicollet Avenue is a household name amongst the Vietnamese community living in the area. The portions are huge, the food is inexpensive and the staff is friendly. Jasmine is particularly known for its amazing banh mi sandwiches and their giant bowls of soup filled with chicken breast shreds. Vegetarians should be careful as the kitchen does not communicate well with the front house staff. If you wish to satisfy your hunger without blowing a hole in your pocket, this is the perfect place to do it.
Lotus is one of the most popular Vietnamese restaurants in the city. The curry chicken is scrumptious and one of the yummiest appetizers here is the cream-cheese wanton. The interiors are simple yet charming, it is bright and clean with modern decor. Dishes to try include the beef stew pho; the stir-fry beef with broccoli; and the chicken pad-thai (prepared with a Vietnamese twist.) Go ahead and treat yourself to a simply wonderful Asian meal.
This little restaurant stands absolutely true to its name. It indeed serves world cuisine; and specializes in street food. Located in uptown Minneapolis, World Street Kitchen serves some amazing delicacies from across the globe. Asian, European, American, Australian, Middle Eastern and even Latin. Jam-packed with hungry customers from around the neighborhood, this restaurant makes sure to prepare all its dishes with fresh ingredients and authentic flavors. A bar that serves wine, sake and beer is also available, for those who love to sip something along with their food. Check out their website to see the menu.
The first Cambodian restaurant in the Twin Cities, this is a gem waiting to be discovered. For those who have not yet experienced Cambodian cuisine, you are missing something special. Albums featuring colored photographs of most dishes sit on the tables to make ordering easy. Virtually fat free, the cuisine is tangy, fresh and lean. Start with an appetizer of spring rolls stuffed with shrimp, pork, bean sprouts and fresh herbs. The papaya salad, spiked with red pepper, is hot and cool. The lean beef stir-fry is spicy and moist. A rice-flour crepe, folded omelet-style around ground pork, shrimp, cucumber slices and bean sprouts wrapped in cool lettuce and dipped in a rich peanut sauce, is a wonderful blend of flavors and textures. Most desserts involve a combination of fresh fruit, rice and coconut. Beverages include a variety of tea, both hot and iced, mineral water and soft drinks. The prices are really inexpensive too!