Pasta is at the heart of Khora’s menu, but this is not an Italian restaurant. It is, however, absolutely new and utterly satisfying.
Don’t let the shopping mall location fool you—Lotus Thai & Sushi in Crestview Hills Town Center is, at heart, a neighborhood restaurant.
Have your all-day breakfast while an electric train circles the dining room—and don’t sleep on the chicken noodle soup.
Chanaka De Lanerolle transplants his Mt. Adams Fish House concept to a new neighborhood and seems poised to hook plenty of diners.
Thearvy Long’s Kampuchea Kitchen delivers authentic Cambodian flavors in Northern Kentucky—Ft. Thomas, to be exact.
You don’t have to toe any particular party line to endorse the elevated diner food at The Governor.
The new Nada, which launched a fresh menu and a new online ordering system in September, is doing extraordinary work in difficult times.
Subito at the Lytle Park Hotel carves out its own worthwhile place in the dining landscape with a luxurious setting and impeccably executed Italian fare.
A new west side restaurant makes it their business to elevate the familiar and create a space where diners can come together and enjoy a good meal.
Enoteca Emilia is doing lovely things in uncertain times. The Italian restaurant is a reboot worthy of its original O’Bryonville iteration.