I went to Ginger Hop with my mom and sister for lunch and loved it. I am gluten free so I had been wanting to try it. I had the red ginger stir fry curry which was amazing. My sister had yellow curry and my mom had pad thai. We all loved the food. The service was prompt and pleasant.
I couldn't wait to go back so I took my husband and gluten free 8 year old for dinner. She enjoyed the chicken satay and I loved the Darling Nikki salad. My husband had a burger which he said was good- but he loves all food so who knows!
I appreciate a restaurant that labels the menu with gluten free options (and vegan as well) so that I can take a break from asking lots of questions and just order like everyone else. So thoughtful!
I highly recommend this place.
We came in on a Friday night wanting to get a couple of drinks after our movie. The place was cool, really nice looking had a good vibe. There were a good amount of people but not overly crowded. We found a table in the back, and soon after a man came over and cleared some drinks that had been left on the table and said he'd get a server right over to us. So we waited, and we waited.
Meanwhile, another group of people came in after us and were served drinks and water, the whole 9 yards, right away. we thought it was weird but continued to wait. After 25 minutes we decided to get up and leave. On the way out I decided to inform the server that they were losing out on customers because we did not receive service, and continued to walk out. She became very upset and chased us out the door shouting at us. She demanded to know if we got up to go to the bar to order our own drinks. It was very intimidating and we will NEVER be back to the Ginger Hop
Citysearch Editorial Review. The owners of Chiang Mai Thai have turned simple fusion into high-design at this former Times Bar and Café spot in Northeast Minneapolis. Like the Times, the interior is gorgeous. Old, dark wood is preserved on the walls and ceilings, where decorative, Far East-inspired fans hang like delicate chandeliers. Rich wood columns and curved, tin ceilings and artful and minimalist food presentations give the “East-meets-Northeast” joint a cozy, upscale feel while the affordable drinks and small-plate and Asian-fusion menu items--like walleye satay and curry fried rice--give it a decidedly laid-back and truly new Northeast vibe.
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