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Rheta Jan 25, 2009 09:54 AM

Where is a good place for a good breakfast at MSP? Thanks.

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    Rheta Jan 25, 2009 06:41 PM

    Thanks for the suggestions! FMB looks great as well as Ike's. I'll see what I come to first. Thanks for the suggestion but I think I'll pass on the pre pkgd. sushi at 7:30 in the morning(I'm sure you were joshing, right?)! Thanks chowhounders. You've come through again!!

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    1. re: Rheta
      bob s Jan 25, 2009 07:47 PM

      French Meadow and Ike's are basically next door to each other - so you'll have your pick! Safe travels.

      1. re: bob s
        Loren3 Jan 29, 2009 01:10 PM

        Depends on which concourse. There are two FMBs, one at the crossing next to Ike's, and another around F7.

        Another brekkers option if you're down on G is Cuervo Tequileria (I know, I know - a chain. But it's a good one). They have pretty yummy Mexican breakfast staples.

        1. re: Loren3
          cheeseguysgirl Feb 1, 2009 06:03 AM

          I'm sorry, Loren, but I have to respectfully disagree. I fly weekly out of MSP, and have tried Tequileria more than once, and been sorely disappointed. Dry eggs, stale tortillas, pressed-meat texture to their grilled chicken. When I have to fly out of G, I'd stop off at Wolfgang Puck's and get a breakfast pizza before I'd go to Tequileria again.

          I was really surprised at how fresh, not pre-made Ike's breakfast was, and also how close French Meadow's quality is to that of their actual restaurant. Not the same for Tequileria.

    2. cheeseguysgirl Jan 25, 2009 12:27 PM

      Ike's serves a nice cooked-to-oreder breakfast in the central concourse. Food came out fast, and they did a great job with extra-crispy hashbrowns. I like French Meadow as well, but Ike's is more hearty. FM has great pastries, and I agree with Jordan about the wild rice cake.

      1. Jordan Jan 25, 2009 10:34 AM

        French Meadow Bakery. The location at the entrance to the E concourse has sit-down service with hot breakfasts as well as a swell pastry case. The smaller outpost on the F concourse has more limited options. Definitely get a wild rice cake if they have one left.

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        1. re: Jordan
          AnneInMpls Jan 25, 2009 10:55 AM

          What Jordan said. Unless you want sushi for breakfast, in which case go to the food court in the center of the airport - the Chinese place has edible pre-packaged sushi.


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