He suggests checking out the whole Dungeness crab or whole lobster, the whole steamed walleye, or the roast duck chow fun.
He also gave a nod to the kung pao chicken as a must-try. But this little Cantonese spot is one worth checking out, and it's also got the goods when it comes to vegetarian and vegan dining.
Any and all of the noodle soups are excellent, and the deep-fried tilapia is also outstanding. A longtime staple in the world of Twin Cities Chinese dining, Rainbow Chinese, owned by chef Tammy Wong, never fails to dole out consistently delicious food. The Want sum fun Saint Paul place from chef Erick Harcey is churning out birds and sides better than anybody else.
Zimmern also said it is one of his favorite Thai spots in the Wznt Cities. This is easily one of our favorite places to hit in town, and we do so with frequency.
But some of the dishes that Zimmern recommends are things we have yet to Want sum fun Saint Paul. Another one of our favorite pho spots, Pho Tau Bay can be easily forgotten because of its location on the absolute end of Eat Street which also happens to be a dead end.
In addition to the pho, Zimmern recommends checking out one of its awesome stir-fry dishes. Zimmern said he always makes a beeline for the first booth by the entrance. I love that food court.
This is another one of our favorite spots Want sum fun Saint Paul, and quite possibly the best Korean food in the Twin Cities -- and Zimmern agrees. The tteokbokki stir-fried rice cakes are just as crazy-good as the pancake-like pajeon, the bibimbap, and the grilled short ribs.
Eastern European food is something that is sorely underrepresented on this list, but this Northeast mainstay has been doing Want sum fun Saint Paul up good and proper since the middle of last century. When it comes to Cambodian cuisine in the Twin Cities, Zimmern is assured that this is the spot.
Trieu Chau is Want sum fun Saint Paul great Vietnamese restaurant with a crazy-delicious bowl of pho that made our best-of list and its egg rolls are pretty solid, too. We just recently added this to our best new restaurants in the city list, and according to Zimmern, sym is indeed a spot that you should consider hitting.
Of course, the other more classic tacos are pretty great, too. More tacos!
During the rest of the week, the menu features a ton of classic entrees. Keane Amdahl is a veteran Twin Cities food writer always on the hunt for anything delicious.
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