This Tiny But Delicious Restaurant Minnesota Proves That Good Things Come In Small Packages
By Trent Jonas|Published June 16, 2023
Trent Jonas came to Minnesota to attend college - and never left. He's a Twin Cities-based writer with a BA in English and a MFA in creative writing, a Minnesota Master Naturalist, and the proud father of two adult children. With more than a decade of freelance writing experience under his belt, Trent is often out exploring his favorite topics: Minnesota's woods, lakes, and trails. Rhubarb pie is his weakness, so discovering new diners is also a passion.
Packed into an old train car in the state’s capital, Tori is a beloved noodle house in St. Paul, Minnesota that proves size doesn’t matter – except, of course, when it comes to portions of its steaming ramen. Let’s find out how this tiny restaurant delivers such big flavors.
When the weather warms up, Tori hosts its Garage Sale – late afternoon happy hour – when you can try out new cocktails and menu items. To see the menu or learn more, visit Tori St. Paul on its website or look for Tori’s specials and events on its Facebook page. If you need a little more elbow room, head over to Tori 44 on the west side of the Metro in Robbinsdale. It’s a little bigger still!
Tori isn’t far from Crosby Farm Regional Park, so consider getting out for a walk or exploring the park’s “secret” slot canyon before you squeeze into your seat at this incredible noodle house in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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