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Korean Food Restaurants In Minneapolis

Mapped Restaurants Minneapolis

Korea House Korea House Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

414? Cedar Ave S Minneapolis
(612) 339-9385

Minneapolis Chinese Restaurant near 21St Ave S And S 4Th St offering dine in and takeout.

Pei Wei Pei Wei Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

3095 White Bear Ave N Saint paul
(651) 361-4501

Minneapolis Thai Restaurant near Gervais Ave And Gervais Ct offering takeout

King's Fine Korean Restaurant King's Fine Korean Restaurant Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

1051 Moore Lake Dr E Minneapolis
(763) 571-7256

Minneapolis Korean Restaurant near E Moore Lake Dr And State Hwy 65 offering dine in

Hoban Hoban Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

1989 Silver Bell Rd Eagan
(651) 688-3447

Minneapolis Chinese Restaurant near Silver Bell Rd And Beau D Rue Dr offering dine in and takeout.

Pagoda Pagoda Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

1417 4th St Se Minneapolis
(612) 378-4710

Minneapolis Malaysian Restaurant near 4Th St Se And 15Th Ave Se

Pei Wei Pei Wei Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

2603 39th Ave NE Minneapolis
(612) 789-1460

Minneapolis Thai Restaurant near Apache Ln E And 39Th Ave Ne offering takeout

Mirror Of Korea Mirror Of Korea Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

761 Snelling Ave N St paul
(651) 647-9004

Minneapolis Chinese Restaurant near Arlington Ave W And N Snelling Ave offering dine in and takeout.

Pei Wei Pei Wei Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

8300 Tamarack Vlg Saint paul
(651) 286-3990

Minneapolis Thai Restaurant near Coller Way And Tamarack Bay offering takeout

Sole Cafe Sole Cafe Minneapolis 3 Star Rating

684 Snelling Ave N St paul
(651) 644-2068

Minneapolis Chinese Restaurant near Arlington Ave W And N Snelling Ave offering dine in and takeout.

Korean Restaurants Minneapolis


As one of the rapidly emerging economic forces in Asia today, Korea has also begun gaining popularity in terms of its unique cuisine and restaurants have been cropping up around the globe. It is best known for its aggressive seasoning, usually with fiery red pepper powder, mustard, or traditional fermented condiments. Principal ingredients used in most dishes include a diverse assortment of vegetables, tofu, beans, meat, and seafood. Minneapolis Korean restaurants will usually offer tiny plates of appetizers called ban chan before a main course of tender, grilled meat, sour salads, and spicy stews accompanied by steamed rice and kimchi, which is Korea's version of the sauerkraut. For those on the lookout for gastronomic adventures, savor Korean cuisine at any of Minneapolis's authentic restaurants!

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