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CLOSED Om takes the newly burgeoning upscale ethnic concept (see Masa, Saffron, Jasmine 26, et. all) into new territory, injecting it with a slightly nightclubby vibe. A gorgeous, two-story chandelier dangles over a reflecting pool, and lounge-y seating is covered in fabrics as festive as wedding saris. It's the fanciest place in town to find paneer and tandoori chicken. Local cookbook author and culinary educator Raghavan Iyer, a Bombay native who has established a national reputation in Indian cookery, created an inventive menu that explores a broader range of flavor profiles, including several entrées that features protein-focused, Continental-style dishes flavored with Indian spice blends.
Upon entrance on ground level, the place looked very cool. The basement is where all the action is. I am going to do this plain and simple. The food was ok. The apps & sides were better than the main course. The (male) service member who waited on us was slow, opionated on everything, and forgetful. Is it worth the money? No. That's MY opinion.
Gentrification finally came to the old Nate's Clothing building in downtown Minneapolis. Out went the sports coats and dress slacks, along with the painting studio of artist Scott Seekins, complete with his wardrobe of all-black and all-white suits. In came a gorgeous, two-story dining room, with lounge furniture covered in fabrics as festive as those used in wedding saris and an elegant chandelier dangling over a reflecting pool. The restaurant that now inhabits the building, OM, has... More »
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