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Union Hmong Kitchen


520 N 4th St, Minneapolis
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Union Hmong Kitchen does a modern interpretation of Hmong cuisine—which incorporates Lao, Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese ingredients and cooking styles—at a counter inside the Graze Provisions & Librations food hall. The build-your-own meals include a choice of protein and a side (get the Hmong sausage with the chilled khao sen rice noodles), plus purple sticky rice, pickled vegetables, and lettuce wraps. Smaller groups should split the whole fried fish with tamarind crab sauce, but know there’s also “The Graze” option where you can try the entire menu. If the weather’s nice, get a table on the rooftop patio.

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