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Restaurants Listed Alphabetically

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Restaurants Listed by Location

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Restaurants Listed by Special Features (Serving Breakfast, Sunday Brunch, Late-Night Dining, Live Music & Outdoor Seating)

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CUISINE CATEGORIES

AMERICAN – PAGE 18

American

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Asian

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Bars & Grills

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European, Mediterranean & Indian

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Italian

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Latin & Mexican

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Steaks, Chops & Seafood

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American PAGE

RESTAURANT

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508 Bar and Restaurant

Casual

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Blue Water Grill

American - Casual Dining

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Bonfire

Woodfire Cooking with a Southwestern Flair

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Crave

American Fusion, Eclectic, Sushi

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Dakota Jazz Club and Restaurant

Music and Dining

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Harry’s Food and Cocktails

Steaks and Seafood, Upscale Casual

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Hell’s Kitchen

Damn Good Food

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Joe’s Garage

American Casual

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Key’s Café & Bakery

Neighborhood Café

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Landmarc Grill

Upscale

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Market Bar-B-Que

Bar-B-Que

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Nic’s on Nicollet

Casual

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Q. Cumber’s

Salad Bar and Buffet

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restaurant Max

Casual Dining

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Rudolph’s BBQ

Bar-B-Que

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Sanctuary

New American with Mediterranean & Asian

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Spill the Wine

Wine Bar

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Split Rock Grille

Regional

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St. Clair Broiler

Family Diner

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Sunsets

Casual

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Town Talk Diner

Eclectic Diner

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Tryg’s

Upscale Casual

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W.A. Frost and Company

Fine Dining

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RESTAURANT

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Asian-Influenced Fine Dining

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Anemoni Sushi and Oyster Bar

Sushi and Oyster Bar

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Azia

Asian Fusion

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ba-gu

Casual Japanese and Thai

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Fuji-Ya

Japanese

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Hoban Korean Restaurant

Korean

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Ichiban

Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

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King and I Thai

Authentic and Royal Thai

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Origami

Japanese

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Pagoda

Asian Fusion

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Peninsula

Malaysian

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Taste of Thailand

Thai

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Tiger Sushi

Japanese

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Wasabi Fusion

Asian – Sushi

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American Proud to be an American!

By Sue Zelickson

Day, Veterans Day and Memorial Day all find red, white and blue foods appearing on buffets and at picnics to proudly celebrate being American. It fills one with pride when enjoying a cake or cupcake frosted to look like an American flag. Can you remember the recent flack about calling our favorite deep-fried potatoes French or American fries? (Sadly, however, I think that the French came out on top of that battle.) American habits and tastes are hard to abandon. I recall being in Europe the first time and longing for a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In fact it was the very first thing we ate when we returned home, and the next time we took a jar of peanut butter in our suitcase. A chef friend of mine missed root beer so much when living

in France that she brewed her own and branded it when she returned to the States. We do take many of our American foods and resources for granted. The local and sustainable movements have brought more attention to the fact that home-grown foods from our local soil tastes the freshest and the best. Keep in mind when you dine out at the restaurants in this guide that many do use local products and purchase their ingredients from local farmers and producers. Let them know how much you appreciate what they are doing for you and for the local economy. Many of them will highlight the exact source and location of the foods they use and print it right on the menus. Enjoy eating American food proudly!

hat’s as American as apple pie? Comfort foods from home kitchens are showing up on restaurant menus in all price ranges. Don’t you love it when you find glorified macaroni and cheese, delectable pot roast and short ribs at gourmet high-end dining establishments? Who would have thought your mom’s meatloaf would be served at your local café or bistro? Sliders and quarter pounders are now made with fresh-ground kobe beef on whole wheat artisan buns and found at diners, not White Castle or Mickey D’s. The world of food is constantly evolving but going back to our roots and the basics keep popping up again and again. Holidays like the Fourth of July, Presidents Day, Columbus Day, Flag

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Asian Take a Trip Without Leaving njoying Asian foods can be an adventure without leaving the country. With Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Malaysian, Hmong, and now Filipino restaurant offerings in our twin towns, we can taste it all while learning about various cultures and traditions from around the globe. You don’t have to speak the language or pay the high airline prices to enjoy authentic Asian cuisine in lovely settings every day or for special occasions. Be sure to take the kids along to try new things and to learn there’s much more than egg rolls and

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chow mein out there to discover. I must admit it was my granddaughter Eve, who introduced me to edamame beans when she was only three years old, and we’ve been eating them together ever since. When buying Asian produce at the farmer’s market, it is usually the young children who tell you how to use the produce. Winter melon and lemongrass are good in soup, and they remind us that those little sweet red peppers are really hot and how to make kimchi. Many of the restaurants on these pages, use home-grown produce that they either grow themselves or get at our wonderful supply of farmer’s markets. Viewing the carefully designed displays of onions, peppers, greens and mushrooms

By Sue Zelickson

fresh from the ground makes one anxious to devour what these creative ethnic chefs come up with in their restaurant caldrons. Many years ago I was invited to view the basement of the old Nankin Café in downtown Minneapolis, where the newly renovated Forum Restaurant is set to open. I vividly recall that the floor was lined with tarps covered with mounds and mounds of shredded carrots, celery, mushrooms, bok choy, Chinese cabbage, white radishes and other Chinese vegetables awaiting their journey to the kitchen to be made into the recipes that linger in the minds of many octogenarians in our midst. We had friends who would order chow mein and chop suey from the Nankin to bring back to California, as they told of never finding any half as good in the whole wide world. I guessthere is nostalgia in every kind of food you eat while growing up.

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D’Amico Kitchen MINNEAPOLIS - DOWNTOWN

D www.damico-kitchen.com

LOCATION CHAMBERS LUXURY ART HOTEL 901 Hennepin Avenue Downtown Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 767-6960

HOURS OF OPERATION Breakfast: 6:30 to 11 Mon - Fri 6:30 to 10 Sat - Sun Lunch: 11 to 2:30 Mon - Fri Brunch: 10 to 2:30 Sat and Sun Dinner: 5 to 10 Sun - Thurs 5 to 11 Fri and Sat OPEN FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER 7 DAYS A WEEK

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’ A M I C O K I T C H E N – a casual, c o n t e m p o r a r y I t a l i a n concept – f eatures dozens of items, including 24-plus antipasti “small plates” priced from $8 to $12, as well as pizzas, an assortment of entrees and a well-heeled, global wine list. D’Amico Kitchen is a fun, exciting place for locals as well as a warm, welcoming destination for out-oftown guests.

Sample Appetizers SPICY FRIED CALAMARI 9

ALBACORE TUNA 10 basil, tomato, balsamic gelée

SAFFRON RISOTTO BALLS 9 filled with braised veal, roasted tomato, gremolata

BEEF CARPACCIO, 11 green olive mayonnaise, capers

LAMB MEATBALLS 9 pine nut, currant, yogurt

YELLOWFIN TUNA 11 avocado, melon

MUSSELS 10 basil-garlic butter, grilled bread

MIXED GREENS 9 charred tomato vinaigrette

SMOKED TROUT 10 beet, apple, hazelnuts, creamy mascarpone vinaigrette

ROASTED BEETS 9 pistachio, gorgonzola piccante, pumpkin seed vinaigrette TCFOODFINDS.COM


PIZZA Thin Cracker Crust 9 LUNCH SALADS 13 SMOKED TROUT apple, beets, hazelnuts, creamy mascarpone vinaigrette

ITALIAN

Sample Menu Selections

Details DINNER PASTAS STROZZAPRETI 10/18 Sunday gravy, veal meatballs RAVIOLI 10/18 bufala ricotta, goat cheese, speck, tomato, basil

CHICORY prosciutto, persimmon, balsamic, parmesan

OIL CURED TUNA chickpea, arugula LUNCH PASTA 13 PAPPARDELLE ragu Bolognese, grana padano

MUSHROOM RISOTTO 10/18 parmesan, truffle oil PAPPARDELLE 10/18 ragu Bolognese, grana padano BUTTERNUT SQUASH CAPPELLETTI 10/18 pistachio, pumpkin seed oil

MUSHROOM RISOTTO parmesan, truffle oil RAVIOLI ricotta, chevre, speck, tomato, basil SPAGHETTI tomato, basil, parmesan LUNCH PANINI 13 HAMBURGER all-natural Angus prime beef, asiago, focaccia

SPAGHETTI NERI 10/18 Manila clams, pork sausage, toasted breadcrumbs MINT FAZZOLETTI 10/18 lamb sausage, olives, ceci beans DINNER SECONDI HALF CHICKEN “UNDER A BRICK” 19 root vegetables, cipollini, shallot butter

VEAL MEATBALL aged provolone ALBACORE TUNA fennel, black olive, lemon GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST pepperonata, goat cheese

Long-time D’Amico alum Chef John Occhiato is behind the stove. He is known to create dishes around hand-selected organic ingredients from his southern Minnesota farm and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in the 110seat dining room and lounge.

GRILLED BEEF TENDERLOIN 36 mushroom farroto, red wine sauce GRILLED HANGER STEAK 23 charred radicchio, balsamic

LUNCH SECONDI HOUSE-MADE FENNEL SAUSAGE 14 tomato, corona beans, rapini

BRAISED BEEF SHORTRIB 23 rapini, gigante beans

FRITTATA 10 chorizo, leek, potato

GRILLED SWORDFISH 24 sweet peppers, fregola sarda

CHICKEN CACCIATORE 12 tomatoes, mushrooms, soft polenta

SEA SCALLOP 24 Brussels sprouts, dates, bacon VEAL MEATBALL SANDWICH 13 aged provolone

Highlights “2010 READERS CHOICE AWARD” for Best Restaurant Minnesota Monthly Magazine TOP 10 RESTAURANTS Mpls./St. Paul Magazine “Critics Choice” – Large Courtyard Patio (seasonal) – Contemporary Italian Cuisine – Near State and Orpheum theaters – Extensive Wine List TCFOODFINDS.COM

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CHICKEN olive, avocado, “Caesar” vinaigrette


Fogo de Ch達o Churrascaria MINNEAPOLIS - DOWNTOWN


645 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403 Tel: (612) 338-1344 Fax: (612) 338-1367

www.fogodechao.com

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HOURS OF OPERATION Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30 am - 2 pm Dinner: Monday - Thursday 5 pm - 10 pm Friday 5 pm - 10:30 pm Saturday 4:30 pm - 10:30 pm Sunday 4 pm - 9 pm

Sample Menu Selections Lunch – $26.50 Lunch Salad Only – $19.50 Dinner – $46.50 Dinner Salad Only – $24.50

MENU Some of the Featured Meats on our Menu Include: PICANHA This is one of our most popular cuts. It is the noble part of the sirloin. ALCATRA From the top sirloin, tender and full of flavor. COSTELA Tender, juicy beef ribs. FRALDINHA From the bottom sirloin, seasoned to perfection. FILET MIGNON Cut from the tenderloin, seasoned to perfection.

FRANGO A variety of cuts including chicken breasts wrapped in bacon, chicken legs.

CORDEIRO Fresh young leg of lamb sliced off the bone, also served as chops.

BEEF ANCHO The prime part of the rib eye, beef ancho celebrates the rich flavor and the delectable texture of that elite cut.

LINGUICA Robust pork sausages. COSTELA DE PORCO Tender pork ribs slow roasted to perfection.

GOURMET SALAD BAR Features 30+ items including imported cheeses, artisan breads and a variety of fresh salads.

LOMBO From the pork loin, just sizzling with flavor. Also served flavored with parmesan.

Highlights “America’s Top Restaurants” by Zagat Survey “Award of Excellence” by 2002-2009 Wine Spectator Magazine “Most Memorable Meal Award” by Where Magazine – 15 different delectable fire-roasted meats served tableside by Gaucho Chefs – Award-winning, 250-label wine list – Distinctive group dining, semi-private and private rooms available

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perating under the unique concept of “espeto corrido,” which translates from Portuguesea as “continuous service,” Fogo de Chão offers a prix-fixe system where guests can sample the entire menu or just focus on their favorite items. Lunch and Dinner features unlimited servings of meats and a gourmet salad bar.

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Café Ena MINNEAPOLIS - DOWNTOWN


4601 Grand Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55419 Tel: (612) 824-4441 Fax: (612) 823-0471

LATIN & MEXICAN

LOCATION

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Thursday 11 am - 9 pm Friday 11 am - 10 pm Saturday 11 am - 10 pm Sunday 11 am - 9 pm

www.cafeena.net

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APPETIZERS Guacamole - $8.95 House-made guacamole with roasted tomatillo sauce, fresh tomatoes, and cilantro with homemade tortilla chips. Ceviche - $11.95 A traditional South American ceviche of scallops, shrimp, and calamari marinated in a cilantro-aji sauce, served with homemade tortilla chips. Tamal - $8.95 A traditional Oaxacan tamal filled with chicken in a dark mole sauce wrapped in a banana leaf garnished with cojita cheese. SALADS Cardel - $7.95 Baby spinach tossed with shredded jicama, diced mango, cucumbers, and panela cheese in a citrus herb dressing. Spinacha - $9.95 Poached pears, gorgonzola cheese, lardon and baby spinach tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette topped with fried shallots. Cabra - $9.95 Mixed greens, strawberries and mangoes with a goat cheese croquette tossed in a champagne shallot vinaigrette topped with toasted almonds.

ENTREES Mero - $18.95 Proscuitto-wrapped grouper stuffed with crab served over a mofongo of yucca with sautéed julienned vegetables in a roasted red pepper cream sauce topped with fresh avocado. Lechon - $18.95 Oven-roasted bone-in pork chop served with roasted garlic mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus, in a shallot-mustard demi sauce, garnished with a pear compote. Camaron - $19.95 Proscuitto-wrapped jumbo shrimp served with red pepper mashed potatoes, sautéed artichokes, grilled asparagus, and roasted peppers in a lemon caper butter sauce. Bife de Chorizo - $22.95 Gorgonzola-crusted Argentinian steak served with sautéed artichokes, roasted peppers, grilled asparagus, garlic herb fries, and drizzled with a chimichuri sauce. Conchas - $19.95 Pan-seared pimenton crusted scallops served with a coconut risotto, sautéed julienned vegetables, saffron butter sauce and topped with a chayote-jicama slaw. Fortaleza - $21.95 Brazilian-style sautéed prawns or chicken in a coconut curry broth, with red peppers.

Highlights Our aspiration is to bring this Latin Fusion to the local neighborhood in a warm, personable, and welcoming atmosphere. We are proud of our creation and have therefore lovingly named the restaurant after our young daughter, Ena. Come and join us at Café Ena; we love to offer you excellent food and wine, fun ambience, and friendly service. – Erin Ungerman Happy Hour! Sunday - Friday 3-5 pm

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e are Hector Ruiz and Erin Ungerman, and we invite you to our new restaurant to experience a culinary fusion of Latin American flavors right in the heart of South Minneapolis. Inspired by our trips through Latin America, Chef Hector has masterfully blended distinctive and traditional foods with classic French technique and presentation. The end result is Café Ena: a new, upscale, and delicious cuisine unique to Minneapolis.

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Murray’s Steakhouse MINNEAPOLIS - DOWNTOWN


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HOURS OF OPERATION Lunch Monday - Friday 11 am - 2:30 pm Dinner Monday - Saturday 5 pm - 10:30 pm Sunday 5 pm - 10 pm

Sample Menu Selections APPETIZERS Hickory Smoked Shrimp - $17.95 4 each, jumbo shrimp, bacon wrapped, smoky sweet dipping sauce

Ribeye, 20 oz. - $41.95

Walleye & Wild Rice Spring Roll - $9.95 Sweet and sour mustard sauce

Filet of Beef - $42.50 10 oz. center cut

Tuna Tartar - $9.95

Broiled Walleye - $25.95 8 oz. fresh fillet, wild rice cake

Steak Tartar - $12.95 3 oz. Brunoise tenderloin, capers, red onion, truffle oil

New York Strip Sirloin - $43.50 14 oz. center cut

Salmon - $25.95 8 oz. fillet, cucumber relish

HOUSE SPECIALTIES Silver Butter Knife Steak - $94.00 28 oz. Served with choice of dinner salad or caesar salad & baked, au gratin, mashed potatoes, buttered spaetzle or fresh vegetable

Lobster Tail, 1 pound - market price with drawn butter

Silver Butter Knife Steak - $135.00 42 oz. strip sirloin carved tableside

O T H E R FAV O R I T E S Chicken Piccata - $22.95 Lightly breaded chicken breast, pan-seared, lemon butter sauce

Chateaubriand - $98.00 24 oz. beef tenderloin carved tableside Golden Butter Knife Steak - $142.00 4 lb. porterhouse carved tableside STEAK & SEAFOOD Dinner Steak, 8 oz. top sirloin - $24.95

Red King Crab Legs - $46.95 20 oz. portion, lemon, drawn butter

Beef Tenderloin Sandwich - $19.95 2 tenderloin medallions on toasted ciabatta, onions, provolone, horseradish cream Rack of Lamb - $37.95 Coriander crusted, with cumin and carrot sauce with fennel

Porterhouse Steak, 28 oz. bone-in, sirloin and tenderloin - $52.95

Highlights Murray’s was celebrated by C. Paul Luongo, the author of America’s Best! 100, when he placed us as having the best steak in the nation. For 60 years, Murray’s has been an independently owned and operated restaurant. Today, Tim, Jill and James continue the third generation of Murray’s management. And, yes, Pat Murray is around most every evening. You are very likely to be seated by a member of the Murray family when you visit our restaurant.

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s long as there’s been a place known as Murray’s, Murray’s has been known as the place to go for great steaks. So it’s not surprising that to this day Murray’s consistently receives local and national awards for its amazing menu, attentive service and classic atmosphere. Established in 1946 by Art and Marie Murray at 26 South Sixth Street in Minneapolis, it wasn’t long before their reputation for steaks started to spread. And it wasn’t much longer before Murray’s was given their famous “Home of the Silver Butter Knife Steak” slogan, bestowed by Mr. Maurice Dreicer, world traveler and author of the book The Diner’s Companion.

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LOCATION 26 South 6th Street Minneapolis, MN 55402 Tel: (612) 339-0909 Fax: (612) 339-9753


Chiang Mai Thai MINNEAPOLIS - UPTOWN


Calhoun Square 3001 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55408

HOURS OF OPERATION

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Daily 11:00 am - 1:00 am

(612) 827-1606

www.chiangmaithai.com

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APPETIZERS Fresh Springrolls - $5.00 Rice paper rolls stuffed with noodles, lettuce and bean sprouts. Available with curried beef tenderloin or vegan. Sweet Dried Beef - $7.00 Marinated beef tenderloin slowly dried to perfection. Fried Scallops - $8.00 Tempura dusted and deep fried. Served with our spicy green sauce. Nam Prig Num - $7.00 Roasted garlic, shallots, chilis and eggplant pureed with secret spices. Served with fresh vegetables and sticky rice. CURRY All curries are served with steamed jasmine or brown rice. - See prices below. Vegetable $12.00, Tofu, Chicken, Mock Duck or Pork $13.00, Beef $14.00, Shrimp, Squid or Scallops $15.00 Sweet Green Curry - price: see above Bell peppers, carrots, peas, eggplant and Thai basil, simmered in green curry and coconut milk. Massaman Curry - price: see above Tumeric infused and hearty with coconut milk, onion, peanuts and potatoes.

STIR FRY All stir-fried dishes are served with steamed jasmine or brown rice. - Priced as listed below. Veggies, Tofu or Mock Duck $12 Chicken or Pork $13, Beef $14 Shrimp, Squid or Scallops $15 Thai Basil Stir Fry - price: see above Mushrooms, onions, bell peppers and carrots sautéed in a savory mixture of Thai basil and spices. Fried Ginger Curry Stir Fry - price: see above Crisp green beans, red bell peppers, carrots, peapods and zucchini stir-fried in fried ginger curry paste and coconut milk. RICE & NOODLES Standard $9, Veggies, Tofu or Mock Duck $10, Chicken or Pork $11, Beef $12, Shrimp, Squid or Scallops $13.00 Fried Rice, Thai Style - price: see above Fried rice with egg, Thai soy sauce, garlic, scallions, tomato and spices. Pad Thai - price: see above Rice noodles stir-fried with egg, bean sprouts, scallions, soy sauce and spices. Garnished with lemon and crushed peanuts. Khao Cadeukadeek - $13.00 Charbroiled medallions of marinated beef tenderloin atop a bed of tomato fried rice.

Highlights The food at Chiang Mai Thai is exciting and diverse. Here you can find true variety: from the aromatic and spicy street food of Northern Thailand to the Royal Cuisine of Bangkok; from the sweet, creamy curries of Southern Thailand to original creations from our own Chef Joy. Chiang Mai Thai is a local favorite and has been selected as the Best Thai Restaurant several times since we opened in 1998. Located in Calhoun Square in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis, we are within minutes of shopping, lakes, movie theaters and clubs. Visit us and be delighted.

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hiang Mai Thai invites you to come in and relax while we send your taste buds on an exotic vacation. Here you can enjoy wonderful Thai food in a setting that mirrors the beauty of Thailand. We offer a full bar along with an amazing and affordable wine list. Our service reflects the reputation of Thailand as the “Land of Smiles.”

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