What could be better on a cool rainy day than a hot steaming bowl of soon dubu chigae, spicy tofu stew? The tiny Kimchi Tofu House, 307 S.E. Oak St., Minneapolis, offers about 10 different variations with beef, pork, shrimp, mussels, oysters and kim chi, all priced at $8.99. Served with steamed rice, several panchan side dishes, and a raw egg that you can crack open and stir into the bubbling broth.
Also read Tofu restaurant finds home near U (Jennifer Bissell, 2010).
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