The Klingon restaurant was a restaurant on Deep Space 9's Promenade that opened in 2370. Run by a Klingon master chef named Kaga, the restaurant offered authentic Klingon food. Some of the restaurant's servings include racht, krada legs, rokeg blood pie and zilm'kach.
Shortly after it opened, Doctor Julian Bashir and Ensign Melora Pazlar visited the establishment. When Kaga attempted to serve them half dead racht, Pazlar yelled at him, and he laughed - stating that he liked a customer that knew what she wanted. (DS9 episode: "Melora")
Several months later, Elim Garak told Bashir he was not in the mood for the noisy, crowded, and vulgar Quark's, to which Bashir joked the Klingon restaurant was probably out of the question as well. (DS9 episode: "The Wire")
In 2372, the Klingon restaurant closed due to the Ferengi blockade of Bajor. Kaga was unable to get fresh food and his customers noticed the drop in quality due to the replicated food. (DS9 novel: The 34th Rule)
- In Legends of the Ferengi, the Klingon restaurant is given the name "Kalaw's Klingon Kitchen," and its proprietor named Kalaw.
|Deep Space 9 sections, facilities and establishments (original station)|
|sections||central core (upper core • mid-core • lower core - fusion core) • habitat ring • docking ring • docking pylon • crossover bridge • defense sail|
|facilities||amphitheatre • assay office • Bajoran temple • infirmary • Medical D • mineral assay office • operations center • promenade • runabout pad • school • security office • station commander's office • wardroom|
|establishments||Bal Cabarin • Celestial Café • Galactic Adventures • Galactic Pets • Games Bazaar • Garak's Clothiers • Greengrocers • Kalaw's Klingon Kitchen • Klingon restaurant • Quark's • Replimat • Spican Jewelers • Starlight Lounge • Tourism Office • T'Pril's • Waverly's Wonderful World of Duotronics|
|Deep Space 9 facilities and establishments (second station)|
|Facilities||Hub • Memorial Deck • Nanietta Bacco Park • Plaza • Sector General|
|establishments||Bella's Confections • Café Parisienne • Quark's • Replimat|