Hot Plate

★★★★★
  • 5204 Bloomington Ave S

    Minneapolis, MN 55417

    Cross street: E 52nd Street

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  • 612-824-4794

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Tue-Fri 7am-2pm; Sat-Sun 8am-2pm

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Excellent Eggs Benedict. Unique and Charming Decor. Very fun and worth a try.

3
★★★★★

Excellent Eggs Benedict. Unique and Charming Decor. Very fun and worth a try.

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Fun little brunch place. They are typically very speedy with the service there and have a fun atmosphere.

4
★★★★☆

Fun little brunch place. They are typically very speedy with the service there and have a fun atmosphere.

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This restaurant is off the radar a bit, but wow it's differently worth checking out. There were 6 of us, and we only waited about 30 minutes to be seated (which is more than I can say for my other loved brunch spot Hell's Kitchen who basically told us not to bother coming, because they were filled with reservations.) All of the servers and hostesses were very professional and completely organized and on their game, which is really refreshing when there are longer waits, and smaller dining spaces. Once seated, I swear our orders were in front of our hungry bellies within minutes (likely 10... it was very quick.). I had the Greek Scramble(olives, feta, and spinach), with deliciously fried potatoes, and a hearty seed filled multi-grain toast. It was awesome, and on the larger portion side, so come hungry! Some of my friends had: the Breakfast Burrito, which looked so good, but was the size of a Chipotle burrito... so again come hungry or split that with a short stack of pancakes(and on the large side of things)topped with a butter jam blend. The eggs Benedict was dripping with yumminess, and the buckwheat waffles were nutty and fluffy. This seems as though it would be a great option for a summer Sunday morning after a bike ride, or a Saturday afternoon on the patio. Again, I have to say our server, and every other staff member was super professional and very nice. That counts for so much in my book. The food was A+, I would highly recommend stopping by and waiting to enjoy this little hidden treasure!

2
★★★★★

This restaurant is off the radar a bit, but wow it's differently worth checking out. There were 6 of us, and we only waited about 30 minutes to be seated (which is more than I can say for my other loved brunch spot Hell's Kitchen who basically told us not to bother coming, because they were filled with reservations.) All of the servers and hostesses were very professional and completely organized and on their game, which is really refreshing when there are longer waits, and smaller dining spaces. Once seated, I swear our orders were in front of our hungry bellies within minutes (likely 10... it was very quick.). I had the Greek Scramble(olives, feta, and spinach), with deliciously fried potatoes, and a hearty seed filled multi-grain toast. It was awesome, and on the larger portion side, so come hungry! Some of my friends had: the Breakfast Burrito, which looked so good, but was the size of a Chipotle burrito... so again come hungry or split that with a short stack of pancakes(and on the large side of things)topped with a butter jam blend. The eggs Benedict was dripping with yumminess, and the buckwheat waffles were nutty and fluffy. This seems as though it would be a great option for a summer Sunday morning after a bike ride, or a Saturday afternoon on the patio. Again, I have to say our server, and every other staff member was super professional and very nice. That counts for so much in my book. The food was A+, I would highly recommend stopping by and waiting to enjoy this little hidden treasure!

Pros: Great Food, Excellent service, cute space

Cons: may have to wait a bit... but not a big deal at all.

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Hot Plate started out as a breakfast and lunch place only, but now evidently offers dinner on certain days.

Lunch has been good, but breakfast is the best here. It's the usual American favorites, but with a twist to make it interesting. For example, I recently had waffles which were made from buckwheat and pumpkin, topped with nuts, and slathered with whipped butter. In my opinion, definitely the best place in the Twin Cities for breakfast.

Service has always been excellent: friendly, helpful, and quick.

2
★★★★★

Hot Plate started out as a breakfast and lunch place only, but now evidently offers dinner on certain days.

Lunch has been good, but breakfast is the best here. It's the usual American favorites, but with a twist to make it interesting. For example, I recently had waffles which were made from buckwheat and pumpkin, topped with nuts, and slathered with whipped butter. In my opinion, definitely the best place in the Twin Cities for breakfast.

Service has always been excellent: friendly, helpful, and quick.

Pros: Excellent service, tasty food

Cons: Small restaurant - not good for large parties

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Cute atmoshpere, GREAT food, perfect spot for breakfast or brunch with friends. Staff was wonderful and speedy with a neat little shopping area. Definetly worth going again.

4
★★★★☆

Cute atmoshpere, GREAT food, perfect spot for breakfast or brunch with friends. Staff was wonderful and speedy with a neat little shopping area. Definetly worth going again.

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