Good food, great happy hour specials, and atmosphere is really fun. They have full breakfast menu to dinner. Lots of unique items on the menu.
A restaurant run by people that love food, and chefs that love making it. Everything is fresh and make from scratch - no 55 gallon drums of goop thrown in a microwave and then set on your plate, or pallets of frozen pre-made food coming in the backdoor. Even the peanut butter is made on-site! Recommend the Juevos Rancheros for... More
While staying in downtown Minneapolis with the family, decided to try this place out. An enjoyable experience. A neat atmosphere. Family friendly. Everyone found something they liked. Would definitely go back again.
We have been to Hells Kitchen a few times---usually breakfast or lunch. The food has generally been good---but not outstanding. The decor is dark with lots of pictures of demons & devils around. Some small children might find it a little creepy.
The breakfast menu will test your taste buds. Dancing on your taste buds like never before. The corned beef hash.......chunks of corned beef.....chunks of potatoes.........chunks of flavor.... This meal took hash to another level.
We worked all day at a show at the convention center and were looking for a good meal at 9:15 pm on a Friday night. so we chose Hell's Kitchen since it was close to our hotel and had good ratings from previous tripadvisor guest's. We called to have our name put on the list and were told they could... More
Whenever I have out of town guests, I always take them to Hell's Kitchen for BREAKFAST. Their lunch and dinner menus are very fine, but in my book breakfast is where they really shine. And I really can't pick out any one item. Everything on the breakfast menu is tops. Reservations highly recommended; essential for Sunday brunch. This is in... More
Terrible value for the price, you can literally go dozens of places for same amount of money or less and get way better service, plating, food, and atmosphere. Don't waste your time waaaay over hyped.
I went to Hell's Kitchen for the first time for breakfast last weekend. I'd been there once before for dinner, but I wanted to try their famous breakfast-I wasn't disappointed! I had the luscious lemon-ricotta pancakes. They were light, topped with fruit & powdered sugar & didn't need any butter or syrup. My friend had the corned beef hash that... More
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