Conflict Kitchen

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Details
221 Schenley Dr (in Schenley Plaza)
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 802-8417
Restaurant, Entertainment
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The Cuban food conflict kitchen is serving now is phenomenal!! Try the slow roasted pork with rice and beans.
  • A neat concept. The theme changes to a different country every month based off of US conflicts. Excellent food with patio style seating.
  • The Kubideh Sandwich is excellent. Love the concept of this restaurant!
  • Everything is good here.
  • Always authentic, regardless of the menu/cuisine.
  • Me and my wife tried the pork, yuca and the codfish frituritas. The food was good, however it had too much vinegar for our taste. The frituritas, which are codfish fried balls, were just PERFECT.
  • Love it, love it! I collect the posters and put them on my walls...
  • Empanadas are excellente!
  • The restaurant's cuisine rotates every couple of months to serve foods from a hot spot with which the United States is in conflict.
  • Try the drinks here. Usually very good and can't find then anywhere else.
  • Interesting food options, and a great location to hang out on the grass when the weather is nice.
  • Venezuelan food right now. The plantains are amazing. And def get the rice pudding!
  • The Venezuelan iteration of Conflict Kitchen is phenomenal. Try the CHIVO AL COCO CON MOFONGO (coconut goat & rice), or the AREPAS REINA PEPIADA (corn pocket stuffed with chicken-avocado salad).
  • Always good food no matter what country it's inspired from. Try the rose lemonade this time! (May 2014)
  • Right now the theme has changed to North Korean. Bibimbap is so good!
  • Food is so good and very reasonably priced. Very neat idea...love supporting a place like this.
  • Amaazing food
  • Nice place; cool concept
  • The pomegranate walnut chicken was delicious, filling and very well-priced! And try the Harva - it's a unique experience!
  • The sharbat is the most foreign beverage I have ever tried. It tastes like sweet dill cucumbers.