We don't have *everything* in Oklahoma, but we've got an awful lot. Case in point, some pretty great Laotian food down on SW 29th Street in OKC.
Vibrating tongues, rainbow effects on the eggplant and a whole fish staring right at you. This is Tsubaki Szechuan and I can't wait to go back.
It's prime pho weather pretty much always. It's now easier than ever to find great pho in the metro, even if you're nowhere near the Asian District.
Yakiniku comes to Oklahoma City at Wagyu Japanese BBQ. The food is so good you won't even care that you're cooking most of it yourself.
Blending Latin and Asian cuisines, El Toro Chino's fusion food walks a fine line between sweet and savory. Whatever you do, save room for dessert.
La Brasa has evolved from a Peruvian restaurant into an eatery/bar/club with fusion cuisine and atmosphere to spare. But don't worry: they still serve the chicken.
Did you forget about Thai food? Again?! Make this sweet and spicy cuisine part of your life again at Panang 2 in Oklahoma City.
I hoped brunch at Chae would be good. I had no idea it would be so vital. This is what truly excellent fusion cuisine looks like.
The Plaza District didn't need Goro Ramen, but it's a better place because of it.
The Asia Society of Oklahoma sent me a press release, which I have summarized below, but before we get to that, let me tell you a bit about the Taste of Asia, coming Sept. 16.
If you're trying to feed an anaconda, try hitting up UR/BUN, which is dedicated to the art of great Asian buns.