3 menu items to try at The King’s Kitchen – and why

3 menu items to try at The King’s Kitchen – and why
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What if you could eat out and make a difference? Enjoy amazingly delicious food with family + friends all the while making a difference in the lives of others.

You can and the place to do so is The King’s Kitchen in Uptown off of West Trade Street.

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Founded in 2010 by Jim Noble, the mission is to help those in need in our community: 100% of profits from sales go to feed the poor in the Charlotte region.

The restaurant has a feeling of home with a splash of modern décor. The menu is described as “home cooking.” I wish I could cook at home like that.

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On the list of items you must-try:

The mac ‘n cheese. It’s baked, golden and cheesy. Great flavor and hard to stop eating, some of the best restaurant mac ‘n cheese I’ve had.

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Sweet Potato Fritters. This one was a win across the table of all six of us. Sweet potatoes made into bite size cakes, fried and served with local honey.

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Old State Shrimp and Grits. My boyfriend ordered these, but I ended up helping him eat them because they were that good. The flavor was incredible and served a good healthy portion. The next time I go back, I’m ordering these.

The food was incredible. The service was spot on. And you’re helping out a good cause. Win, win, win.

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