Southeast Asian

Tanpopo Noodle Shop Photo: Andrew Ciscel/Flickr

Bangkok Cuisine

432 University Ave. W.
651.414.0058
www.bangkok-cuisine.com
Balancing the five fundamental tastes: spicy, sour, sweet, salty, and sharp. $

Bangkok Thai Deli

315 University Ave. W.
651.224.4300
When you see the mosaic-tiled chimney, you’ve come to the right place (one of the publisher’s favorites). $

Cheng Heng

448 University Ave. W.
651.222.5577
A photo album menu of authentic Cambodian cuisine for those who are weary of Americanized Asian. $

Eastside Thai

879 Payne Ave.
651.776.6599
www.thaicuisine.com
Delicious food in satisfying portions. $

Fuji Ya

465 Wabasha St. N.
651.310.0111
www.fujiyasushi.com
A Japanese food experience for lunch or dinner with an extensive happy-hour menu. $$

Ho Ho Gourmet Restaurant

1985 Old Hudson Rd.
651.731.0316
http://hohomn.com/
Chinese buffet and à la carte items; memorable chicken wings and roast duck. $

Kolap Restaurant

601 Dale St. N.
651.222.2488
True Thai food in a warm and friendly space that is perfect for large groups. $

Lao-Thai Family Restaurant

501 University Ave. W.
651.224.5026
Traditional Lao-Thai cuisine like raw beef laab, yummy pad thai, and chicken wings. $

Little Szechuan

422 University Ave. W.
651.222.1333
www.littleszechuan.com
Adventurous, eclectic Chinese dishes alongside traditional favorites. $

Mai Village

394 University Ave. W.
651.290.2585
Enjoy steaming meals and a full-service bar near the Koi pond or outdoor rose patio. $$

Mango Thai Restaurant

610 Selby Ave.
651.291.1414
www.mangothaimn.com
Mango spring rolls and pan-grilled tuna salad in a hip, visual setting. BYOB. $$

Mirror of Korea

761 Snelling Ave. N.
651.647.9004
Second generation family-owned restaurant with summer and winter menus. $

Ngon Vietnamese Bistro

799 University Ave. W.
651.222.3301
www.ngonbistro.com
Contemporary Vietnamese cuisine that holds true to the flavors of traditional dishes. $

On's Kitchen

1613 University Ave. W.
651.644.1444
www.onskitchen.com
Options from spring rolls to curry, including a few specialty dishes you can’t find anywhere else. $

Pad Thai Grand Café

1681 Grand Ave.
651.690.1393
www.padthaiongrand.com
Homemade Thai food, exposed brick and timbers, and service with a smile. $$

Palace’s Pizza

1373 Maryland Ave.
651.771.3535
Pizza and Southeast Asian fare: egg rolls, laab, and sesame chicken. $

Peking Garden

1488 University Ave.
651.644.0888
www.pekinggardenmn.com
Serving quality homeland Cantonese dishes. $

Que Nha Vietnamese Restaurant

849 University Ave. W.
651.290.8552
An unassuming décor belies noteworthy dishes like goat curry and rice porridge. $

Ruam Mit Thai Cafe

475 Saint Peter St.
651.222.7871
www.ruammitthai.com
Convenient downtown location; family-friendly lunch buffet. $

Saigon Restaurant

704 University Ave. W.
651.225.8751
Familiar Vietnamese favorites with pho, broken rice dishes, banh mi sandwiches, and more. $

Saji-Ya

695 Grand Ave.
651.292.0444
www.sajiya.com
Japanese sauté cooking with a bar and teppanyaki grill. $$

Sakura

350 St. Peter St.
651.224.0185
www.sakurastpaul.com
Timeless Japanese food and drink; begin an evening downtown at the full-length bar. $$

Señor Wong

111 Kellogg Blvd. E.
651.224.2019
www.senorwong.com
A convincing combination of Asian and Latin foods gives a unique twist to the menu. $ (lunch) $$ (dinner)

Supatra’s Thai Cuisine

967 Seventh St. W.
651.222.5859
www.supatra.com
Chef and owner Supatra Johnson is the author of Crying Tiger: Thai Recipes from the Heart. $

Tanpopo Noodle Shop

308 Prince St.
651.209.6527
www.tanpoporestaurant.com
Simple, elegant, and affordable Japanese food. $

Taste of Thailand

1671 Selby Ave.
651.644.3997
www.tasteofthailandmn.com
Order with as much or as little spice as you want, but remember that hot means HOT. $

Tay Ho Restaurant

302 University Ave. W.
651.228.7216
Small dining space with big flavors in traditional and old-world Asian fare. $

Thai Cafe

371 University Ave. W.
651.225.8231
www.thaicafemn.com
Chef Yuwadee Poophakumpanart, born and raised in Thailand, brings her vision of Thai food to Saint Paul. $

The Tea House

1676 Suburban Ave.
651.771.1790
www.ourteahouse.com
A Szechuan gem on the East Side. $

Trung Nam French Vietnamese

739 University Ave. W.
651.229.0887
Bakery and restaurant specializing in Vietnamese sandwiches and croissants.

Trieu Chau Restaurant

500 University Ave. W.
651.222.6148
Busy shop with outstanding soups and tasty banh mi sandwiches. $

University Buffet

225 University Ave. W.
651.366.6858
www.universitybuffetmn.com
Lunch and dinner buffets Monday thru Saturday; sushi, seafood, and a variety of Asian cuisines. $

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