Savor the Flavors with These 6 International Pittsburgh Eateries

A bevy of delicious Pittsburgh international eateries offers up many of the world’s culinary traditions. TABLE staff suggests a few.

African Eats Cuisine

2032 Murray Avenue
Come hungry and with friends to the first Nigerian restaurant to open in Pittsburgh: the food at African Eats Cuisine is meant to share.

Casa Brasil

5904 Bryant Street
Casa Brasil’s offerings leave you feeling full and comforted. From Pão de Queijo, cheese bread rolls made with tapioca flour, to Moqueca de Peixe, a codfish stew cooked in coconut milk, bell peppers, tomatoes, onions, and palm oil, this Highland Park restaurant is where you’ll find authentic Brazilian food in Pittsburgh. Vegan and gluten-free dishes are available and marked on the menu.

S&D Polish Deli

2204 Penn Avenue
Smoked kielbasy, kiszka, liver sausage, headcheeses, fresh sausage, hams, krakowska: discover Polish meets galore at S&D Polish Deli, along with cheeses, pierogies, and more.

Gaucho Parrilla Argentina

146 Sixth Street
Be sure to make a reservation before heading to this Downtown Argentinian spot. Gaucho Parrilla Argentina’s inviting atmosphere and menu of wood-fired meat and bread, sandwiches, and salads are extremely popular in Pittsburgh. Try any of the grilled meats, paired with a hearty red wine from the wine list.

Leon’s Caribbean

823 E. Warrington Avenue
Get a taste of Caribbean cuisine with Leon’s in Allentown. The simple menu is made entirely of traditional dishes, like jerk chicken, pepper steak, curry goat, and oxtail stew. HUSZÁR627 E. North Avenuehuszarpittsburgh.comAt North Side’s Huszár, you’ll encounter homemade Old-World Hungarian cuisine ranging from chicken paprikás to goulash.

Mediterranean Grill

5835 Forbes Avenue
Since 1992, Mediterranean Grill, run by husband-and-wife duo Eva and Said, has provided Pittsburgh with homemade Lebanese dishes. Here, you’ll find offerings like spinach pie, grape leaves, falafel, baked kibbee, and more.

Story by Jordan Snowden / Photography by Dave Bryce

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