Welcome to Pure Kitchen

 

With a diverse menu that offers up delectable small plates, a cocktail list as long as my arm, a late-night menu and weekend brunch and Bloody Mary bar, Pure Kitchen is a catch-all for downtown drinking and dining.- The Source

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Global Small Plates

Global Small Plates

With a diverse menu that offers up delectable small plates, a cocktail list as long as my arm, a late-night menu and weekend brunch and Bloody Mary bar, Pure Kitchen is a catch-all for downtown drinking and dining.

Tasty Large Plates

Tasty Large Plates

Dishes are innovative, like a ravioli coconut soup topped with Indian fry bread; what looks like a pot pie ends up tasting like a creamy cheese-filled Thai-style soup. The grilled pork salad is rich, filled with asparagus, black beans, corn and tomato topped with pork strips, and the mini-empanadas are stuffed with vegetables and are tart and tasty when dipped in their accompanying vinegary sauce. The best part? The prices: $6 for any specialty mojito, plates from $3-$15, and $2.50 for a good sized taco are approachable for most anyone.-The Source.

Delicious Cocktails and Local Beer

Delicious Cocktails and Local Beer

Enjoy one of Pure Kitchen's signature cocktails including: mojitos (lychee, coconut, pineapple, mango and more) a cold pint of local beer, or a glass of wine from some of the top wineries.

Our Team

Krit & Bua

Krit & Bua Owners

Owners Krit Dangruenrat and wife Bua Karoon, come to Bend via New York City, where they own the successful Thailand Café in the East Village with their family. The big-city vibe of Pure comes through in the black-on-black table décor and fancy cocktail menu, but the eclectic small-plate menu featuring everything from bruschetta to tacos is a perfect fit for Bend’s downtown.-The Source

Global Small Plates
Delicious Large Plates
Cocktails and Local Beer

What Are People Saying

  • The Source Weekly

    Dishes are innovative, like a ravioli coconut soup topped with Indian fry bread; what looks like a pot pie ends up tasting like a creamy cheese-filled Thai-style soup. The grilled pork salad is rich, filled with asparagus, black beans, corn and tomato topped with pork strips, and the mini-empanadas are stuffed with vegetables and are tart and tasty when dipped in their accompanying vinegary sauce. The best part? The prices: $6 for any specialty mojito, plates from $3-$15, and $2.50 for a good sized taco are approachable for most anyone.-The Source Weekly

    BRIANNA BREY – The Source Weekly

  • The Bend Bulletin

    Today the menu ranges from grilled salmon to glazed wings, from Latin empanadas to a warm rice-and-bean salad. But many of the dishes display a distinct Asian sensibility: Pan-seared mahi-mahi is prepared with a spicy curry sauce. Crying tiger is reminiscent of French bistro-style steak frites with a spicy tamarind marinade. The unique creamy ravioli soup is not so different from Thai tom kah soup.-Bend Bulletin

    John Gottberg Anderson – The Bend Bulletin

  • Cascade A&E

    We kicked off round one with The Crying Tiger, slices of grilled hanger steak cooked medium rare and served with spicy tamarind atop two grilled asparagus. The meat was so tender and flavorful that happy grunts replaced the usual commentary. The ultra crispy house-cut fries were even more memorable.

    “I feel like I’m in a chip shop,” said my Canadian friend.

    “These are happiness,” said my friend who usually doesn’t indulge in carbs. Cascade A&E

  • Trip Advisor

    I love this place. Conveniently located in downtown Bend, this place rocks. It features mostly small plates and has a great variety of dishes to choose from. The prices are terrific and I have yet to eat anything I didn’t like here. Trip Advisor

     

    Deanne H – Trip Advisor

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