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From Chinese to Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai, Voice Places is your guide to the full range of Asian cuisines in Minneapolis / St. Paul, with both professional reviews and user reviews to help you decide. Search by cuisine type or by neighborhood, or just punch in a restaurant name and go!

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Recent Critic Ratings

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Recent Member Reviews

  • sjeromej wrote a review for Jeromeo
    on 04/18/14

    Love this place
    The store is so beautiful
    Every time you go theres new things to see. Crazy cool yoga space , and Scott and... More on Jeromeo »

  • corey.karels wrote a review for Sweet Basil
    on 03/31/14

    This is one of those hole-in-the-wall gems. Pricing is decently cheap, and the food quality is superb. The music volume was... More on Sweet Basil »

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