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Hell's Kitchen

90 S. 9th St., Minneapolis, MN - (612) 332-4700
If you are in Minneapolis and want to wow your tastebuds, go to Hell's Kitchen. For starters, they have the best peanut butter we have ever sampled, anywhere. Perhaps the most delicious dish on the breakfast menu is Mahnomin Porridge. The breakfast menu includes huevos rancheros of the gods – a huge plate of food.
96% Approval Rating (29 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Peanut Butter
Coffee
Mahnomin Porridge
Rosti Potatoes
Caramel Pecan Roll
Grilled Pit Ham
Huevos Rancheros
Toasted Sausage Bread
Bison Sausage
Cornmeal Waffle

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (10)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Hell's Kitchen serves three meals a day, each of which is terrific, but if you must come only once, make it breakfast. It is hard to choose among the likes of lemon ricotta hotcakes, cornmeal waffles, and huevos rancheros that is a huge plate of food that includes ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

90 S. 9th St., Minneapolis, MN
(612) 332-4700

http://www.HellsKitchenInc.com

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:Yes
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:Yes
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:No
Chef Omer told us that he learned the recipe for his luxurious caramel rolls from his father. In a city full of excellent caramel rolls, this is the one to eat if you are having only one.
"Chef Omer told us that he learned the recipe for his luxurious caramel rolls from his father. In a city full of excellent caramel rolls, this is the one to eat if you are having only one."
Michael Stern





Mitch Omer's gloss on Native American cooking, this porridge is made from Minnesota wild rice, blueberries, cranberries, and hazlenuts all moistened with a mix of warm maple syrup and cream. To call it comfort food understates its delicious complexity, but it is indeed a bowl of comfort. This is the smaller 'sampler cup' rather than a full-size bowl.
"Mitch Omer's gloss on Native American cooking, this porridge is made from Minnesota wild rice, blueberries, cranberries, and hazlenuts all moistened with a mix of warm maple syrup and cream. To call it comfort food understates its delicious complexity, but it is indeed a bowl of comfort. This is the smaller 'sampler cup' rather than a full-size bowl."
Michael Stern


In the background are homemade marmalade and ginger-berry preserves. Up front is an amazing peanut butter for which the kitchen roasts its own peanuts and coarse-grinds them with a bit of honey and brown sugar. The result is a sweet-savory condiment we want to spread on just about everything.
"In the background are homemade marmalade and ginger-berry preserves. Up front is an amazing peanut butter for which the kitchen roasts its own peanuts and coarse-grinds them with a bit of honey and brown sugar. The result is a sweet-savory condiment we want to spread on just about everything."
Michael Stern


One of the nicest things on which to spread Hell's Kitchen peanut butter -- or simply to eat toasted with or without butter -- is this dense bread that is faintly infused with the flavor of bison sausage, nuts, spice, and coffee.
"One of the nicest things on which to spread Hell's Kitchen peanut butter -- or simply to eat toasted with or without butter -- is this dense bread that is faintly infused with the flavor of bison sausage, nuts, spice, and coffee."
Michael Stern


The most deluxe hash browns you could ever imagine: rosti potatoes, laced with bits of smoky bacon and onions and sizzled in butter.
"The most deluxe hash browns you could ever imagine: rosti potatoes, laced with bits of smoky bacon and onions and sizzled in butter."
Michael Stern


Very light lemon taste that blends well with the fresh fruit topping.  No syrup needed.
"Very light lemon taste that blends well with the fresh fruit topping. No syrup needed."
Elaine Boggs


There are so many excellent breakfast meats available here, it's hard to choose. The rugged, high-spiced bison sausage is a tongue-dazzler and the apple-cured bacon is sliced extra-thick. We love the pit ham, too, a half-order of which is shown here. Ham this good is rare indeed outside the South.
"There are so many excellent breakfast meats available here, it's hard to choose. The rugged, high-spiced bison sausage is a tongue-dazzler and the apple-cured bacon is sliced extra-thick. We love the pit ham, too, a half-order of which is shown here. Ham this good is rare indeed outside the South."
Michael Stern


Huevos rancheros is a mountain of Mexican-accented food that is breakfast enough for two.
"Huevos rancheros is a mountain of Mexican-accented food that is breakfast enough for two."
Michael Stern


The restaurant has plenty of attitude, but don't be fooled... they take their food seriously.
"The restaurant has plenty of attitude, but don't be fooled... they take their food seriously."
Cynthia Gerdes


Bison sausage is coarse-ground and chewy, perfumed with spice.
"Bison sausage is coarse-ground and chewy, perfumed with spice."
Michael Stern


Coffee is served in glass mugs that are refilled throughout the meal.
"Coffee is served in glass mugs that are refilled throughout the meal."
Michael Stern


Fruit is optional on the cornmeal waffle, but highly recommended. Butter and syrup are completely unnecessary.
"Fruit is optional on the cornmeal waffle, but highly recommended. Butter and syrup are completely unnecessary."
Michael Stern



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