Where and What to Eat

One Great Plate: Fregola

We are about to go mad, simply mad for fregola.

One Great Plate: Fregola

We are about to go mad, simply mad for fregola. No, it’s not a Jim Henson inspired muppet spin-off, nor is it a souped-up version of a Venetian water taxi. Fregola is small round orbs of pasta, similar to Israeli cous cous, that has a nutty, toasted quality to it. You can find it in a refreshing cold salad dashed with toasted carrots, mint and goat cheese at Devil’s Advocate, or with a touch of pea tendrils, basil, and feta at Mona. If you feel the need to be creative, find bags of the uncooked, dried pasta in the Surdyk’s Cheese Shop.


Devil’s Advocate
89 South 10th Street
Minneapolis
612-834-2260

Mona Restaurant
333 South 7th Street
Suite 190
Minneapolis
612-259-8636

Surdyk's
303 East Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis
(612) 379-3232




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