Melbourne's humble Taco Truck has been outdone it seems (sorry guys, we still love you). Pittsburgh-based Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant which only serves food from countries the United States has been in conflict with. Yes, really.
Every six months the menu is shifted to a different country (right now it's delicious Cuban food with the next cuisine set to be North Korean), using the cooperation of the local community to develop the authentic, homemade dishes.
Apart from giving people an awareness of other countries, like the knowledge that Aghani food is damn good, the food is also wrapped in custom made stickers and paper explaining the country's relationship to the U.S and the rest of the world.
Who knew politics could taste so good?
More at conflictkitchen.org