East & Southeast Asian
Jun Szechuan Kitchen & Bar: A modern take on traditional Szechuan cuisine. The menu at JUN showcases wok-fired Szechuan dishes, dim sum and signature dumplings made from family recipes.
Rainbow Chinese: Chef Tammy Wong at Rainbow Chinese has been sharing her love of innovative Chinese cuisine for over thirty years. The secret to her style is simple, “ Fresh greens, garlic and onions stir-fried over a searing flame – those are the basic elements of what I do.”
Dragon Wok: Across our menu, you’ll find tasty, traditional flavors made with transparent and wholesome ingredients. Using a blend of traditional Chinese and Cambodian curries and seasonings, Dragon Wok creates an authentic taste, while still offering some familiar flavors.
Tea House Chinese Restaurant: Tea House serves up authentic Sichuan specialties, dim sum, and more!
Shuang Cheng: A Dinkytown favorite known for its variety of Cantonese favorites & seafood.
Kbop Korean Bistro: Kbop offers authentic Korean food including bulgogi, bibimbap & tonkatsu. If you are craving Korean, it is a solid choice!
Hoban Korean BBQ: Korean barbecue restaurant with boundless menu options consisting of freshly prepared meats, seafood, and vegetables, to refreshing and traditional Korean ban-chan (side-dishes). Hoban brings Korean culture and ambiance to the Twin Cities.
Kimchi Tofu House: Fresh, Authentic, and Comforting Korean Food with dishes such as tofu soup, bibimbap & chicken bulgogi.
Apoy: Apoy offers traditional Filipino food, along with their own signature plates. Choose from a variety of dishes featuring marinated and simmered meats, vegetables, and grains.
Union Kitchen: Union Hmong Kitchen is a is a pop-up restaurant at Republic that features Hmong culture, stories, rituals, foods and flavors. They marry local traditions with those from their home in South and Eastern Asia to bring Hmong flavors to American palates.
Kado No Mise: Kado no Mise serves simple, delicate Japanese fare, true to the culinary traditions of Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan.
Zen Box: Zen Box offers Japanese comfort food including ramen, bento, curry, and more.
MOMO Sushi: MOMO Sushi Restaurant offers authentic and delicious tasting Japanese & Tibetan cuisine. (Known for its juicy Tibetan momo (dumplings) and high quality fresh sushi.)
Midori's Floating World Cafe: Japanese eatery offering sushi, noodles & grilled fare. Midori's does all the basics just right.
Sen Yai Sen Lek: Sen Yai Sen Lek – Big Noodle Little Noodle – is a Thai rice and noodle restaurant serving dishes reminiscent of Bangkok’s street food.
Khao Hom Thai: Straightforward kitchen for hearty plates of Thai staples, including curries & noodles. Khao Hom Thai is the spot for your Thai favorites.
Sawatdee: Sawatdee began in 1983 as the first Thai restaurant in the five-state area. Over thirty-five years and six locations later, Sawatdee has become a Twin Cities favorite. Get your Thai food fix with curbside pickup or delivery!
Kindee Thai: Kindee offers traditional Thai cuisine with a modern flair. Located in the heart of the Mill District, Kindee has proven to be a mainstay of the diverse culinary culture of downtown Minneapolis.
Quang: Quality, fresh, and great tasting Vietnamese food! Featuring banh mi sandwiches, vermicelli noodle bowls, pho, rice platters, and more.
Que Viet Village House: Established in 1981, Que Viet is known in Minnesota for their egg rolls which have become a State Fair must-have. This no frills eatery offers a variety of Chinese-Vietnamese fare.
Vo's Vietnamese: Vo's Vietnamese offers an excellent variety of traditional Vietnamese faire at a very reasonable price, Vo's has become a favorite of many loyal patrons.
Hai Hai: Inspired by dishes that Chef Christina Nguyen grew up eating you can expect to find more than just the standards like pho & pad thai. HAI HAI will shine the spotlight on some lesser known delicious regional dishes, along with new & original dishes using the Southeast Asian palette of flavors.