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.
A Baker's Wife is an absolute must visit for anyone and everyone, to try their heavenly baked goodies. Step into this warm and cozy bakery and you will never want to leave! The dizzying array of pastries here includes cookies, cupcakes, cakes, tea cake, cheesecake, bread, croissants, muffins and lots more. Patrons of this pastry shop drive up from miles away, just to enjoy one of their popular American Teacakes.
5-8 Club, this family-oriented neighbourhood tavern near Lake Nokomis serves 3.2 beer, wine coolers and thick, juicy burgers. But you do not have to hire a babysitter to go out and enjoy a brew. This is a tavern that actually has pinball machines and video games to keep the younger set occupied. In the summertime, you can have your meal out on the large patio. The menu is strictly American, featuring burgers, fries, sandwiches and chips. If you're feeling brave, try the Juicy Lucy - a half pound beef burger, stuffed with cheese.
Pancho Villa Mexican Restaurant is one place that you cannot miss going to! This Mexican themed joint has a variety to offer at a cool and fun ambiance with outdoor seating. The most entertaining nights are Thursday through Sunday, with their main attraction being Karaoke. Some of the delicacies to be tried here are corn tortillas, corn chips, viking nachos, buritto, carne asada and beans. The unique selection of cocktails, beers and wines are extensive too. Hire their space for birthdays and gatherings and have a great time. For more information, call ahead.
The aptly named Sushi Fix served the most delicious Japanese cuisine. Relish house specialty rolls such as the Mistletoe or indulge in fresh fish dishes such as the Salmon Roe. You can also opt for a Sushi Platter to get a better idea of the delicious treats the restaurant has on offer. They also have a dizzying array of choices in drinks. Choose between traditional Sake drinks, aged Japanese whiskeys and shochu, wines and house cocktails. Both Happy Endings and Yamazaki are quite delightful. With so many delicious things on offer, Sushi Fix undoubtedly takes the quality of Wayzata dining scene up a notch.
Trieu Chau is a no-frills restaurant located in the South Frogtown neighborhood of the University area, that offers up traditional Vietnamese cuisine dishes. If you are looking for a quick and tasty, flavor-packed meal, this eatery will do the job. You can expect dishes like the classic Beef Pho, Pork Egg Rolls, Shrimp Wontons and Cream Cheese Puffs. Try the Hu Tieu Sate, a delicious combination of seafood, pork, vegetables and rice noodles in a spicy beef broth.