United Noodles

2015 E. 24th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
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  • $
  • Takeout, Wheelchair accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • No Parking
A first-time trip to United Noodles in Seward can be overwhelming. Not only is it the largest Asian supermarket in the Twin Cities, it's the largest in the entire Midwest, and the sheer volume of products is astounding. United Noodles sells beans, grains, dressings, sauces, spices, and of course noodles, from all corners of the Asian continent and even parts of the Pacific Rim. Experienced cooks rely on United for harder-to-find items like dried seaweed (if you're making sushi, Coastal Seafoods is right around the corner), chicken feet, burdock, and Asian eggplants, but epicureans of every kind will appreciate the huge selection of frozen dumplings and dim sum buns. If shopping tends to make you hungry, plop down at UniDeli, the counter-service restaurant inside the market, and enjoy a steamy bowl of ramen, agedashi tofu, tea eggs, pork belly, and sticky-rice dumplings.

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