Agra Culture Kitchen Mia ( Minneapolis Institute of Art)

2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis
(612) 870-3180

Recent Reviews

Fiara M.

The Agura bowl & shrimp tacos !! Num nummmmmm. It's just one of those places you crave & you're not satisfied until you eat here !!

Yvonne M

TIP: There is no kids menu, even if you see one online.

Mark Gould

I agree with it being overpriced but I really liked my turkey blt so I’m not really complaining. The view from the mezzanine is really nice as well.

Yvonne M.

Good to know: There is no kids menu, even if you see one online. We stopped in here with kids prior to a children's theater performance. We had seen a kids menu online, but when we arrived there wasn't one. They do have potato chips and cookies, so kids are typically happy. They had a few sandwich choices and salads. We ordered salads, and they were very good. There is plenty of seating and it was quiet.

Gavin Lobe

I always get my food really quickly after ordering at Agra Culture. The vegan chorizo burrito is tasty and a good bang for your buck. The smoothies are good, but I think over priced. Its the Agra Harvest salad, however, that is really what keeps me coming back. I love it! When I'm feeling like an extra treat I also like to get a kombucha on tap. So yummy. This place has alot of options to choose from.

Gab Lobe

I always get my food really quickly after ordering at Agra Culture. The vegan chorizo burrito is tasty and a good bang for your buck. The smoothies are good, but I think over priced. Its the Agra Harvest salad, however, that is really what keeps me coming back. I love it! When I'm feeling like an extra treat I also like to get a kombucha on tap. So yummy. This place has alot of options to choose from.

Andrew Branch

Confusing, Combative, not friendly nor helpful. This location is nowhere near Agra Culture standards. Save your money.

Jeremy Bonner

Good drinks, food caters a little heavy towards healthy, vegetarian or vegan options and a little pricey for food, but fantastic place to grab a drink before or after exploring a great art museum.

Doc Pesado

Got terribly sick after having one of their turkey BLTs. Prices were too high for the quality of the food

Rumi Faizer

A cafeteria with sandwiches and salads. Good wines and beer available. Don't expect too much. If your here for the art it's fine. I'm always surprised by the automated expectation you tip a minimum of 15% at a place without waiters... Seriously? If you have the time there are plenty of walkable great restaurants...

Rohan Faizer

Food is not amazing and is overpriced. They ran out of caprese sandwiches 1 and a half hours before they were closing.

rf3125

They were out of caprese sandwiches 1 hour before closing. The food quality was nothing special. The prices were high for basically a cafeteria.

Jan J.

This is inside the MIA on the ground floor. Their cappuccino (and other coffees) are really GOOD, and it doesn't hurt at all to eat one of the cookies with it.

capitollover

They had the best coffee of anywhere we went in Minneapolis over our 5 day stay. We did not try the food. Be sure to stop by for a cup when you take a break from viewing the art.

Matthew Gantz

Stop #196 for @pizzas365: Agra Culture Kitchen & Press has a fresh, unique flatbread that ultimately falls apart due to an (ironically described) crunchy and bland thin crust. The toppings also do not contribute enough for the taste buds, although they are solid ingredients. 3.4 Stars.

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Agra Culture Kitchen Mia ( Minneapolis Institute of Art)

2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 870-3180