Conflict Kitchen serves cuisine from nations in conflict with US

Check it out, this take-out style storefront in Pittsburgh serves cuisine only from nations that are currently in conflict with the United States. According to the site it will change the food and store facade every four months to highlight a different country. The graphic designs are strikingly beautiful, and the wrappers are covered in interviews and discussions with native Iranians and Pittsburgh-Iranians. (may take a minute to load)

It looks like they currently only serve one item, the Kubideh sandwich comprised of spiced ground beef, basil, mint, and onion on a homemade barbari bread for $5. The project seems to be more about creating serious discussion rather than serious gourmet, but it looks like a pretty tasty sandwich.

Anyone been there? Or planning to go?


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