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Harry Singh's Caribbean Restaurant

Map & Directions 2653 Nicollet Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55408
  • Caribbean
  • Sun 12pm-5pm, Tue-Sat 12pm-9pm
  • MasterCard, Visa
  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available


City Pages' Description

Sing it! "Who are the people in your neighborhood? In your neighborhood? In your neighborho-oo-od?" Sesame Street might not have had a friendly neighborhood roti dhalpouri master, but Minneapolis has, ever since 1983: He is Harry Singh and he is a character, a cook, and the undisputed and beloved metropolitan-area King of all Hot Sauce. This famous hot sauce comes on the side of a roti dhalpouri, a huge handmade flatbread (the roti) filled with any number of fascinating curries, like the earthy, toasty chickpea and potato, or the rich, savory lamb curry, the whole thing folded up into a burritolike construct about the size of your face. Harry also makes the best jerk chicken in town--a saucy, tender, authentic home-island-cooking version that's as tender as Grandma's pot roast, but far more Caribbean. Be sure to try one of Harry's homemade drinks, like the spicy (non-bubbly) ginger beer, the sarsaparillalike Mauby, or the lemonadelike soursop.

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  • Ryan G. on 11/25/09

    Tell Harry you like it hot. Tell him you can handle it. Harry will teach you.

  • Kent J. on 09/28/13

    The most delicious thing ever to melt my face off!

  • Korina B. on 10/15/13

    The curry chicken roti is amazing. The pepper sauce is HOT but so tasty. Oh and Harry is a sweetheart. :)

  • Arun D. on 07/27/13

    The jerk lamb is awesome!

  • Ben R. on 04/16/13

    If you can't do spicy, don't eat here.

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