The Conflict Kitchen has served Iranian, Afghan, Venezuelan, and Cuban cuisine with North Korea and Palestinian and Israeli next on the list.
The latest Conflict Kitchen is an Iranian version in Pittsburgh’s Schenley Plaza with an expanded array of menu offerings.
The Conflict Kitchen's Venezuelan takeout offered homemade grilled corn cakes filled with either Queso (cheese), Reina Pepiada (chicken and avocado salad), or Caraotas (Venezuelan black bean mixture).
Conflict Kitchen's Cocina Cubana served up Congri y Moros,
Lechon Asado, Yuca con Mojo, and Ensalada de Vegetales.
Unlike most restaurants, the food at the Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburgh, Pa., is a revolving door of international dishes featuring cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict. So far the restaurant has served Iranian, Afghan, Venezuelan, and Cuban offerings with North Korea and Palestinian and Israeli cuisine next on the list.