Japanese Restaurants in Minneapolis
Raw fish lovers have many options in the Twin CitiesThe Twin Cities may not be renowned for its fresh seafood, but we do have some respectable options when it comes to sushi. With the Japanese culinary staple becoming more and more ubiquitous, it helps to have an idea of which places consistently offer the freshest, tastiest sushi. A hot dog is often just a hot dog, but there's nothing quite so disappointing as bad sushi. With this in mind, the Hot Dish offers this guide to the top ten sushi restaurants in the metro area.
30 North First Street, Minneapolis. 612.333.8430
12305 Wayzata Blvd, Minnetonka. 952.746.3398
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Are there any Japanese restaurants in Minneapolis that serve ramen?
Theres a Japanese all you can eat at Knollwood Mall (st. louis park) which had it, as of 2007
maybe Sushi Tango on Hennepin in Uptown