Reviews on Asian food in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. Saint Paul has been called the last city of the East primarily because early developers built it to fit Eastern standards: city squares or parks, towers and turrets, lofty arches, Baroque domes and elaborate adornments abound. Ideal for families and those who like to explore on foot, the capital of Minnesota offers big city attractions with small town manageability. It's an easy and scenic stroll along the banks of the Mississippi River from the Children's Museum to the Science Museum. The kids (and the young at heart) will love them both. Nearby are the grandiose State Capitol, designed by esteemed architect Cass Gilbert and the historic Como Park, which includes lovely picnic areas, a zoo and a conservatory. Also in the mix are modern museums, stately old mansions, interesting natural wonders and unique shops to browse around. Be sure to check out the stellar collection of contemporary works by local artists at the Minnesota Museum of American Art. From four-star luxury to affordable and family-friendly, Saint Paul offers a variety of lodging and dining possibilities making it a great destination for all tastes and budgets.
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4 based on 74 reviews
We have just discovered this place. Plenty of different dishes from delicious spring (fresh) rolls to all kind of superb soups (we tried seafood, Pho and âfancierâ beef ones). Flat noodles, stir fry, curries - all was fresh and tasty. So, highly recommend for you to try it!
4 based on 134 reviews
Ruam Mit started its humble beginnings as a family business in 1989. Since then, Ruam Mit has gone through many different changes over the years; including moving to its current location in 1996, growing from a restaurant with eleven tables to twenty, cha
Our group of six enjoys Thai food, so the pressure was on to find a great restaurant to go to before going to the Minnesota History Theater. And in Ruam Mit Thai we found it! We were seated immediately and our service from then on was just as good. We ordered six different dishes and served them family style at our table which gave us all a chance to taste many things. The verdict was unanimous that everyone enjoyed not only the dish they had chosen, but everyone else's too. The varying degrees of heat that you can ask for from mild to spicy help zero in on everyone's tastes and the flavors were wonderful! We'll definitely be back!
4 based on 108 reviews
Really great Nepalese/Indian food. Delicious curries.I would also recommend the momo appetizer. Service tends to be slow and the small room can get pretty noisy. Also a bit more expensive than other Indian restuarants in town. However, it has become are go to place in town for curry and we'll be back.
4 based on 75 reviews
Wow! What an incredible restaurant. Incredibly authentic thai food prepared to order by a busy and professional kitchen. This place is busy. Prepared to wait in the itsy bitsy foyer and watch the kitchen perform while you wait for your table. You'll be glad you waited as the incredible menu offers a variety of great Thai food and everything our table ate was great - and mean really great!Beer and wine were also excellent and everything is affordably priced. They have a small parking lot in the back which is handy on this busy street. If it's full, but turn the corner and find street parking. People come from all over the twin cities to dine here and now I know why.
4 based on 105 reviews
This restaurant has been in my âto go toâ list for awhile.We liked the ambiance and feel of this corner restaurant. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable of the menu. We really loved our appetizers! Our favorite part of the meal. You need to try the lamb bacon and the rabbit dumpling. Amazing flavors! Our main dishes were yay average. The pork pasta was fairly bland as well as the scallops. We were hoping for a little more since we had loved the apps. They have lots of fun drinks also.Overall a nice dining experience.
4 based on 206 reviews
We dined with a large group of friends in a private room off the main dining room, so had a chance to be removed from the liveliness (and higher noise level) of the main dining room. The service was very good; the food even better! I chose the lasagne, smothered in bolognese (it look a bit much initially, but I devoured every bit of the sauce, which was delicious!), and my closest dining partner enjoyed spaghetti al pomodoro, for which she ordered shrimp as an addition. The meal was preceded by bruschetta topped with wonderful fresh tomatoes (remarkable for so early in the season), and a delicious fresh salad of assorted lettuces, radishes, and the like, lightly dressed in a vinaigrette. Several of us ordered a house Montepulciano, rich and perfectly matched with the bolognese in particular. The restaurant is located on a reviving part of 7th Street, and is atop an extensive Italian mercato that I'd love to spend hours in. A delightful experience in every respect.
4 based on 70 reviews
The hussle and bustle of an Asian big city lunch is replicated in this Vietnamese noodle and rice shop. The aroma of a typical Asian restaurant, the sparse decor, the fast services and general feel of crowdedness is so familiar to one who has spent time living in an Asian city. Its how office salarymen take their lunch everyday. The pho comes in a flavorful broth. Very rich and almost felt thick. Generous amounts of vegetables and meat. The rice plates are piled high. If you're really in a hurry, try the Banh-mi sandwiches to go. There's a special counter to take your orders. And they're made to order.
4 based on 95 reviews
Supatra's Thai Cuisine features an extensive menu of Thai dishes, including many Gluten-free choices. We offer a large assortment of locally-brewed craft beers, as well as wine and sake. Explore the flavors of Thailand at Supatra's!
Absolutely love this place! The holy basil chicken, drunken noodles and pad Thai are my faves! Egg rolls, soup and mango sticky rice are also amazing! I havenât had a bad meal from here no matter what I order.
4 based on 99 reviews
Got in to Lake St location on second night. Almost everything was superb: burrata, lasagna, calzone, mafaldine, service, beer and Prosecco (on tap! What?)Only letdown was gnocchi appetizer; while cooked perfectly, that whole pickled garlic sauce just came off weird.Had to wait 45 min for a table but wandered the area. All good here!
4 based on 164 reviews
As a few of my friends are not Sushi fans, I ventured here on my own. I entered through the skyways which takes you on a winding path but nice that you can get there in the winter without having to go outside. The restaurant is large and the skyway entrance just kind of dumps you in the back of the restaurant so i made my way up and found the hostess. I was seated in what i will call the main room with a large bar in the center. It was a sunny day and bright inside. The walls have modest adornment and the opposite ends of the spectrum from Kyatchi in Minneapolis. I ordered the Combination Sushi($16) which comes with a small bowl of soup. I was informed it is customary to drink the soup straight from the bowl - no need for a spoon. Service was a bit sparse, especially as there wasn't much of a crowd. the table next to me had to ask for a refill of soda, despite it being left on the edge of the table for quite awhile and my water glass sat empty for half of my meal. It also took about 10 minutes to pay for my meal... I may have caught Sakura on an off day for service but the food was delicious, would definitely go back.
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