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Food for Thought – Food for the Soul

Posted by cmh gourmand on March 1, 2008

Food for Thought, Food for the Soul

4400 N. High Street

(Fifth/Third Building, Corner of High and Henderson)

Basement – take the elevator and follow the signs
614.784.1600

Monday to Friday – 8 AM to 3 PM


I met Pam Miller at the Clintonville Chili Bowl in January. She mentioned her restaurant had been open for about a year in Clintonville….I was shocked, I had never heard of it. Well, being in a basement – does make it a bit off the beaten path. The location is not something that would phase Pam – she is often a one woman show at her place. If you cook it….they will come.


She serves up breakfast and lunch during the week. Breakfast includes all of the usual suspects. Lunch features a homemade soup of the day, a daily special – (usually soul food inspired) as well as a mix of sandwiches and salads.


The items to hold out for are the homemade desserts from Pam’s mom – sweet potato pie, lemon poundcake with lemon icing and pineapple upside down cake. So get yourself to the basement and stock up on some great treats – and support a new business owner in the process.
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2 Responses to “Food for Thought – Food for the Soul”

  1. miriam said

    She has perch?

    definitely on my to-do list for this month! Thanks for the preview

  2. Susannah said

    We visited based entirely on your review and had a great time. We went on Tuesday (Cajun Pasta day), and it was delicious. A little slow, despite the emptiness of the restaurant, but everything seemed to be cooked to order. We started with a great southern greens soup and cornbread, then the pasta with chicken, a side salad of tomato and cucumber, and some garlic cheese bread. It was really good, and we will definitely go back. Strangely quiet, a little odd, but extremely friendly and good value. Thanks!

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