Sooki & Mimi
Where to Eat in the Twin Cities Right Now
The gist: James Beard award-winning chef Ann Kim opened her fourth restaurant in February, the name of which pays homage to her grandmothers. Sooki & Mimi serves up international flavors through a five-course prix-fixe menu.
The food: A combination of Korean, Latin American, and Midwestern flavors, offerings change seasonally. Right now, you’ll find tostadas, kimchi dumplings, mole verde, and tacos.
The cost: $80/person for a five-course meal.
How to order: Make a reservation on Tock. Sooki & Mimi doesn’t do takeaway.