If there are any nonbelievers out there saying there isn't world-class cuisine in Minnesota, send them to 112 Eatery and they will eat their words, ... More
If there are any nonbelievers out there saying there isn't world-class cuisine in Minnesota, send them to 112 Eatery and they will eat their words, along with every tasty morsel put in front of them at this popular restaurant. The food here has been praised by publications like Food and Wine magazine and Bon Appetit. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and they serve late. The Lamb Scottadito is simply to die for, and the nori encrusted sirloin with ponzu bursts with flavor, then gently melts in your mouth. They also have a very impressive and diverse wine list, and a broad selection of dessert wines and ports. People come here for the whole dining experience, and it won't disappoint.
We took our parents out to dinner and the food and service were excellent. I would have given the restaurant a 5, but someone at the restaurant took it upon themselves to write in the tip on my bill. I used a gift card to pay, but didn t have enough on the card to cover the tip, so I paid cash for the tip. I went to use the remaining amount on the card a few days later and it was denied. I called Visa to ask what was up and they said that I owed them money? I called the restaurant and left a message about what happened. The amount was restored on the card, but I never received a phone call or response back from the restaurant. A simple call that it was taken care of would have been all I needed, but instead I have told everyone I know about what happened and at least I ve been able to get them to lose business.
This probably makes my Top Ten list for restaurants in the Twin Cities. I had read a number of reviews prior to my reservation, so my expectations were set pretty high. We were late in being seated for our reservation by about 20 minutes, but as a result, the restaurant paid for our first round of drinks. I had a small linguini shrimp and my wife had the chicken. Both entries were excellent, but pretty straight forward. For sides, I had the cauliflower (which I highly recommend) and my wife had the gnocchi, which was quite good. The menu is pretty limited, so it is worth a look before making reservations. All in all, it is a very good option in the Twin Cities, but not the absolute best place in town.
Could be the best place in town, the food is fantastic, creative, wait staff is excellent.. The reservation list is long as your arm due to small size of the place. The review with two stars? That person should stick with Dennys. Every newspaper and magazine in town is raving on this place. Can't be beat!
Fabulous food, culinary skill, creativity, music, drinks and atmosphere! The little place is always packed and for good reason! The fabulous prices for the rich and flavorful food are worth the street parking.
The wait staff understands the menu and can explain it in detail without pretense.
I went in in jeans and a bandana and was served as an equal to the dress shirt and tie crowd.
Don't forget to try the olives and roasted almonds together the flavor is fabulous. The Sea Scallops, The Flattened Chicken and The Lamb are my favorites. I was a little surprised at the Chocolate Pot the texture was a little thick and grainy, but the potential was there.
You just can't get more relaxed and better service! 3 of us ate and drink for about $100 bucks.
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