Eastern Kitchen, a new sushi concept, opens on 4th Street in St. Petersburg

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Easter Kitchen, a new Pan-Asian sushi restaurant, has replaced the former Capital Tacos spot at 5226 4th Street North in St. Petersburg. Eastern Kitchen & Sushi’s dining experience showcases a variety of Pan-Asian flavors including Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Thai.  Join the restaurant for some Asian inspired tapas, healthy bowls, fresh sushi and more!

Popular menu items include Szechuan beef noodle soup, cauliflower fried rice, ban ban shrimp, honey bourbon chicken bowl, crispy Brussel sprouts, and Yaki Soba.

Eastern Kitchen is currently available for pickup and delivery via UberEats, Bite Squad, DoorDash, and Seamless.

Pan Asian cuisine on 4th Street North

The concept quietly opened this fall — and it’s worth getting out and supporting a new local business.

There are ample vegan, and gluten-free options on the menu for those with dietary restrictions/preferences. They can also elevate the spice level for those seeking a bit of extra flavor.

Visit Eastern Kitchen’s website for a full overview of menu items.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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