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Passport to Flavor

The Heart of the Country is a foodie city, boasting flavors from around the world to classic dishes from the Heartland. Dive in with our guide to dining in Wichita.

A pretzel and meats are served on a board at Prost

Find authentic German fare in contemporary urban biergarten at Prost, located in Revolutsia – a shipping container shopping and dining center.

Angelo's Italian Foods serves their family’s signature pasta dishes, pizzas and salads.

Known nationally for its prime rib, Scotch & Sirloin has been serving Wichita for more than 40 years.

In the heart of Downtown Wichita is Café Bel Ami. Executive chef and owner Nabil Bacha has created a unique experience with his distinct brand of French Mediterranean cuisine.

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Georges French Bistro specializes in modern, sophisticated French cuisine including steak frites, scallops, crepes and homemade desserts. Plus, the interior design of this popular spot will transport you to a Parisian French bistro.

Tucked inside the historic Delano District, Yokohama Ramen Joint bridges the culture between the Midwestern U.S. and coastal Japan.

In the mood for authentic Mexican cuisine? Wichita is home to a variety of Latin eateries, including La Chinita, Playa Azul and many more. For an insider’s look at where to find Mexican flavors, peruse the suggestions of local travel journalist Vanessa Whiteside or find even more ideas in this guide.

Arrive early to get your hands on the smoked goodness at Station 8 BBQ. Their meats are smoked daily in their historic 1920s firehouse eatery.

With five locations throughout the city, it’s easy to find Meddys (