Minneapolis, MN 55410
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Move over, Tilia. There''s another fabulous neighborhood bistro in Linden Hills. Harriet Brasserie, a French restaurant with a Brazilian accent, is run by chef Alain Lenne, the charming workhorse behind La Belle Crepe, and chef Fernando Silvo, who spent years perfecting his techniques at French Meadow Bakery. Harriet serves French dishes like steak tartare (replacing the beef with finely chopped bison), steamed mussels, and steak au poivre. South American dishes include coxinha (dumplings with spiced chicken, fried like a croquette) and bauru, a Brazilian torta. The Hill Burger, by the way, is easily one of the best grass-fed burgers in town.
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I once heard someone, who was obviously not a fan of this traditional Latin American dessert, describe tres leches as "cake soaked in a... More on Harriet Brasserie »
"Is there a block party happening tonight or something?" my dining companion wondered aloud as we approached what looked like a human... More on Harriet Brasserie »
Harriet Brasserie is coming to Linden Hills. The new restaurant will be housed in an old firehouse and will focus on dishes that are... More on Harriet Brasserie »