The Mall of America in Bloomington recently announced some new dining options in a press release. Watch for these to open soon.
Mochinut (Level 2, East)
Everyone is talking about mochi these days and Mochinut offers a menu that is equally as delicious as it is photo worthy. Gaining popularity for their unique shape and vibrant colors, mochi donuts are the perfect combination of American donuts and Japanese mochi. In addition to mochi donuts, this places also offers Korean rice flour hotdogs, bubble tea, and soft serve ice cream. Mochinut is new to the Twin Cities, but it’s also opening other locations in South Minneapolis at 3206 W. Lake St., across from Bde Maka Ska, and in Brooklyn Park at 8586 Edinburgh Centre Drive, according to its website.
Master Noodle (Level 3, South)
Master Noodle, a locally owned Chinese restaurant, will open its second Minnesota location at Mall of America. Master Noodle has quickly become a fan favorite because of the hand-pulled noodles and extensive menu of noodle dishes, fried rice, dumplings, noodle soup, and egg rolls. Master Noodle’s Mall of America outpost will be its third location. Its others are located near Centennial Lakes Park in Edina and down the street from Allianz Field in St. Paul.
Vitali’s Kitchen (Level 3, South)
Vitali’s Kitchen is a locally owned kosher dairy café that offers meals made from scratch. The kosher menu features a variety of vegetarian, gluten free, and seafood options such as wraps and sandwiches, sweet and savory crepes, soups, and salads. Vitali’s Kitchen is an affiliated restaurant of Vitali’s Cafe, which currently operates in the downtown Minneapolis skyway connected to the Hyatt Regency hotel and within the Knollwood Place Apartments in St. Louis Park.