Conscious Kitchen is a Black-owned, American health food restaurant located on Short Vine just blocks from the University of Cincinnati near Clifton Heights, Corryville, Mt. Auburn, and Walnut Hills. Conscious Kitchen is more than a restaurant, it’s a community of all walks of life driven to provide Healthy, Quality, Delicious Food and to educate as well.
Conscious Kitchen offers healthier versions of comfort food classics, replacing red meat with lean proteins and abundant vegetarian options, but with so much flavor you wouldn’t consider anything missing. Featured on the menu are chef designed salads and sandwiches as well as sides, desserts, and house made teas. Endless reviewers recommend the Omega 3 burger with carrot fries, which is their term for sweet potato fries. There are also daily specials which aren’t listed on the menu, so make sure to ask about them.
The ambiance of Conscious Kitchen is definitely something of note. It’s chic, classy, and filled with beautiful art from African American artists. Conscious Kitchen puts on different live music and poetry events as well as regular fundraisers. You can order both delivery and pickup with them through Door Dash, Uber Eats, and Post Mates.
The Bella burger and carrot fries are one of the best meals you will ever eat! So tasty and really filling. They have great variety on their menu. Literally something for everyone. Vegetarian and vegan options!
Clean, chic and unique. The vibes and music are lovely. Not to mention the food. The salmon egg rolls are amazing and the variety of teas they have, I can’t just choose one and say it’s my favorite. A place of minority but ALL are welcome… Get here and eat consciously.
Guys, if you are looking for vegan or vegetarian options, or even not, this is a great place. We had the portabella burger and onion rings and were blown away. I am vegan and my husband not, but we both loved it so much! Great friendly service too. Highly recommended!
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