Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Attractions

Cincinnati is not known for their ethnic food, in fact I have found it quite difficult to get the ethnic diversity in food that I am accustomed to. There are a lot of average places that most locals think are great but are in my opinion average at best. I’ve tried Thai, Korean, Mexican, Chinese and others in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Area; most are over priced and less than authentic. I think living in this area has inspired me to learn how to cook the food that frankly; I can do better myself for less money. Over the years here I have found a few places worth going to. I have found some wonderful markets in the area to procure the ingredients I need to make my ethnic dishes. Here they are!

CAM “Cincinnati Asian Market” 

(513) 733-1828

10400 Reading Road

Cincinnati, OH 45241



Findlay Market

(513) 665-4839

1801 Race Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202


Jungle Jim’s International Market

(513) 874-8267

6600 Dixie Highway

Fairfield, OH 45014


Jungle Jim’s Eastgate Mall

4450 Eastgate S Dr

Cincinnati, OH 45245


King Wok (Chinese & Seafood)

King Wok Review

(513) 723-1999

Clifton UC neighborhood

203 West McMillan Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Parking in rear


Ottugi Korean Market

(513) 241-3926

Over the Rhine

1684 Central Parkway Cincinnati, OH 45202

Looks like an abandoned gas station with no windows! Don’t let this fool you.


Sabor Peruano (Peruvian)

Sabor Peruano Review

(513) 860-0349

7105 Dixie Hwy Fairfield, OH 45014

Plenty of parking


Skyline Chilli (Cincinnati Chili)




The Party Source

(859) 291-4007)

The best of Cincinnati and NKY!

95 Riviera Drive

Bellevue, KY 41073

Plenty of parking



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3 thoughts on “Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

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  2. John November 30, 2012 at 6:20 am Reply

    What is amazing to me is that there are not a lot (i.e., none AFAIK) good German restaurants in a town with a HUGH German heritage! The only one I used to know was Black Forest in Mason, and that’s a veterinarian hospital now (and I don’t even want to THINK about whether there’s a connection there).

  3. Eric Brown January 2, 2013 at 5:05 pm Reply

    Yes, it boggles the mind! Where are all the good German Restaurants?

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