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Kitty's Cafe- Kansas City

goroe Mar 27, 2008 07:37 PM

Ok I can't stand it any more- - why isn't everyone talking about this place? I tried to trick someone in to talking about it with my "pork-t" post and my "best liitle places" post some weeks ago, but no one said a word. I thought of keeping it a secret but decided against that and now I want to tell all. It's on the north side of 31st street east of Charolette- its small and funny looking from the outside but its a gem- with a pork tenderloin sandwich like no other place in town. Anyone like this place like I do?

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    zataar Mar 27, 2008 07:42 PM

    Is Kitty's still operating??? I loved that place years ago, but it closed for awhile, after Kitty died, we were told. Really good pork tenderloin with sriracha and mayonnaise. Please tell me they are really open!

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    1. re: zataar
      goroe Mar 27, 2008 07:44 PM

      I speak true words my friend- its really open

    2. stellamystar Mar 28, 2008 12:35 PM

      What else does Ms. Kitty serve that's tasty besides pork tenderloin? I love PT's, but DH is not a fan...(can you imagine???)

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      1. re: stellamystar
        goroe Mar 28, 2008 01:15 PM

        No I can't imagine that...you should dump him. Just kidding. Kitty's has other items burgers, sandwiches. So I took a picture of the pork-t while sitting in my car - I couldn't wait to eat.

        1. re: goroe
          pollymerase Mar 28, 2008 03:02 PM

          Is that a triple decker of pork tenderloins? Wowsers! Looks mighty fine!

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            goroe Mar 28, 2008 04:44 PM

            some call it a triple decker- here at the office we call it a 3 stack.

          2. re: goroe
            stellamystar Mar 30, 2008 08:41 PM

            Ha! You're right. The pic looks FABULOUS.

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          Aaron Deacon Apr 27, 2009 07:49 AM

          It took me a while, but I finally go around to Kitty's pork tenderloin, good as advertised. I don't usually like even highly praised pork tenderloins, too big and too dry, which is probably in part why I kept putting off Kitty's. I love the triple patty treatment. Nice guy behind the counter too.

          A little more and a pic: http://lthforum.com/kc/viewtopic.php?...

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