NOTICE: Dine-In Service Suspended Until further notice. Online Orders Are Accepted. Please be patient if calling 612-378-4710.

Pagoda Dinkytown is not your average restaurant. You will not forget Pagoda Dinkytown. With modern interior design and friendly staff, Pagoda Dinkytown is not only great for University students, but worth the drive for everyone else. Please review our diverse menu of your favorite Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Korean, and Thai cuisine. Enjoy Dim Sum during the week from this menu. We also have a weekend and holiday Dim Sum menu available and an all-you-can-eat hot pot menu. We also have a dry hot pot menu. Check out our creative, quality dishes at great prices, tempting smoothies and our full beer and wine selections. We cater to all types of events from intimate receptions to elegant wedding dinners.

Come in to see our daily Happy Hour specials.

Please call 612-378-4710 to make a reservation.

Click here to view our current specials.


Visit us at 1417 4th St SE in Minneapolis, MN. Right in Dinkytown! Google Map

Call us at 612-378-4710.


Monday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight
Saturday 10 a.m. to Midnight
Sunday 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.


Parking is available directly behind the building. You can go through the McDonald's parking lot, and park behind the building next to Five Guys. Be certain to park directly behind Pagoda Dinkytown and not Five Guys or in the McDonald's parking lots. If you have questions, please ask our staff.

We now feature Valet Parking in coordination with Loring Pasta Bar at 327 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414 on Tuesday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Now Featuring

Dim Sum all day, everyday!

Daily Happy Hour Specials



Grant Tillery from The City Pages noticed our unique to campus traditional Chinese dishes of stinky tofu and beef brisket hot pot. Don't miss out on a chance to try something new from one of the Twin Cities' top 10 most underrated restaurants!

Jeremy Iggers from The Rake wrote about our interior design, featuring flat screen monitors with Chinese karaoke and floor to ceiling glass.  He also noticed our diverse menu,  "from Korean and Thai seafood hotpots to Indian style curry chicken, Japanese squid and regional specialties like a terrific Szechuan fish fillets in spicy broth."

Dr. Date, from 
The Minnesota Daily, calls our style, "sexy and sophisticated but won't break your wallet."  We couldn't agree more.

Rick Nelson from the 
Star Tribune is fascinated by our huge menu, unique design, and local spirit.

Kathie Jenkins, blogging on, thought we were friendly (Thanks!), liked our inexpensive menu, and two party rooms featuring karaoke.

Peter Lilienthal from 
Mpls St Paul Magazine provides a comprehensive take on our little slice of Dinkytown.  You may be surprised by a restaurant which provides over 250 items and many under $10.

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