Whether you crave Japanese sushi, Korean barbecue, Chinese pork, or a special Asian fusion, you’ll find it all here in Minneapolis. Offering an authentic and unique atmosphere, our Asian restaurants provide an unparalleled dining experience highlighted by fresh, authentic fare and superior service. Whether you’re going out for sushi with the girls or enjoying a full course Chinese meal, Minneapolis is home to an array of modern and traditional Asian cuisine sure to satisfy your palate. 

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    Chino Latino serves Street Food from the Hot Zones - the tropical belt that extends from the Caribbean to the Americas to Polynesia, on to Southeast Asia - for a unique dining experience.
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    Ichiban features the 5000 year old method of Japanese cooking where chefs skillfully prepare the dinner at your table. Iron cooking, or Teppanyaki, is the heart of our cuisine. Our Teppanyaki chefs are wizards of the knife, each with their own style and showmanship. Ichiban also features an all-you-can-eat (for one hour) sushi bar every night of the week. A full bar is available with beer, wine, liquor and sake.
  • Ling Louie's offers freshly prepared food, personalized service, and a contemporary ambiance that create a satisfying yet affordable dining experience that we believe exceeds many traditional casual dining restaurants. We feature a diverse selection of mainstream Asian dishes with a favorable twist as well as a variety of entrees with an American influence. Our menu items also incorporate over 30 signature sauces and dressings that we make from scratch, creating broad-based appeal for the lifestyle and taste trends of a diverse group of guests.
  • Origami offers the best in Japanese cuisine and sushi, and their award-winning sushi is among the best in the Midwest.
  • Ping's specializes in Peking Duck and many traditional Chinese favorites, with an all-you-can-eat luncheon buffet served Monday through Friday for only$ 6.95.
  • We bring fresh, authentic food from Thailand all the way to Minnesota. Sawatdee isn't just about great food; it's about exploring Thai culture. Sawatdee began in 1983 as the first Thai restaurant in the five-state area. Minnesotans were intriuged by the sweet, sour, bitter and salty taste combinations found in authentic Thai cooking. Celebrating 30 years, Sawatdee has become a Twin Cities favorite. Voted Best Thai 2012 by MPLS/St. Paul Magazine.
  • Dedicated to pleasures of Craft Ramen and Japanese comfort food. Minneapolis' first official Izakaya - MNMO Magazine. Exclusive Japanese Beer, Sake and Shochu. Great Happy Hour and Late-Night specials.