5 Best Minneapolis Restaurants
People come to Minneapolis – a city famous for offering some of the finest dining in the world. Here is the list of 5 Best Minneapolis Restaurants.
112 Eatery: Under the supervision of Chef Isaac Becker, is the top Minneapolis restaurant - 112 Eatery – an eatery with an art of creative cookery and youthful enthusiasm. Some of its mouthwatering dishes like nori-encrusted sirloin with ponzu and tagliatelle with foie gras meatballs attract diners from all over the city. To satisfy your cravings, you can also try 112’s cheeseburger. It mainly offers international cuisine and average main course price starts at $20.
Vincent – the restaurant: To delight its patrons, Vincent features elegant wooden chairs in a classy space overseeing the Nicollet Mall. The restaurant tries to give French classics a modern American twist with menu that offers penne pasta with shrimp in tomato and thyme ragout, seared beef tenderloin with gnocchi potato galettes, croque monsieur and salmon in a wine-and-black currant reduction. The average main course starts at $28.
Origami: Warehouse District is home to some of the best restaurants in town. Besides 112 Eatery, another Best Minneapolis Restaurant is Origami, which mainly serves Asian and Japanese cuisine. The food is excellent and ambiance is smoothing where diner can enjoy expertly crafted sushi, sashimi with generous portions of seafood, chicken, vegetables and noodles. Some of the other attractions are grilled scallops, tempura and teriyaki salmon or chicken. Waiting is long here, hence, the restaurant applies first-come first-served policy.
Cosmos: Situated in Graves 601 Hotel, Cosmos gives a modern and cool look with its low-profile furniture and soothing ambience. You will find vanilla-butter poached lobster with sweet onion curry, celery root tart, corned beef hash, grilled pork loin and grass-fed Minnesota rib-eye on its menu. It serves eclectic and international cuisine and the average price starts at $25.
La Belle Vie: Decorated with fresh flowers and snow-white tablecloths, La Belle Vie, situated in Groveland Avenue, serves a variety of cuisine from European, French to Mediterranean. Taste its delicious grilled chicken with chanterelles or tenderloin with tarragon and sweetbreads, you will understand why it was once dubbed as the best restaurant in Minneapolis history. Relax yourself at its full wine bar, which has a collection of more than 300 varieties of wines.
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