No matter how you feel about eating the delicious flesh of animals, The Press has something for everyone. Including an appetizer that is very clearly a dessert. It has ICING, dude.
Filipino food is salty and full of rich flavors of pork and sweet chicken and occasionally seafood. In other words, I love it. Find the Filipino Fusion truck. You'll love it, too.
#StylishEats is back! This month's upscale eatery is The Hutch on Avondale, where you can be assured of a very fashionable brunch. Sponsored by Steven Giles Clothing.
Grill on the Hill is only 10 years old? How is that possible? This southside diner has all the clientele and menu of a restaurant that opened during a land run.
It's cold. You're hungry. It's time to #PigOutOKC (sponsored by the Oklahoma Pork Council) and this month we're getting piggy with it at Mary Eddy's Kitchen x Lounge at 21c.
That picture is the KC Club from Chef Curry To Go, which is not an Indian or Thai restaurant, nor solely a place for takeout. It's a chef-driven gem on Western Ave you need to try.
Not every hole in the wall is worth exploring, but then there are places like Suphattra's, which are doing excellent food in unlikely places...like next to a lawnmower repair shop.
Peer into my deepest desires. No, not those desires, you creep. I'm talking about the ones where I eat breafast at En Croûte every day. Get your mind out of the gutter, perv!
Sushi is so good when you're alone, but it's even better with friends. At Cafe Icon in Edmond, the menu has something for every palate. Even those that want their fish cooked.
This month's #Escape2OKC review pairs Hors D'oeuvres & Obituaries with The Pritchard's delightful small plates and fine wines. Who killed this bottle of wine? IT WAS ME!
The final Friday of the month is reserved for #StylishEats, sponsored by Steven Giles Clothing. Enjoy an upscale evening of fine dining and exquisite service at The Metro.
Belly up to the bar at Sean Cummings' Irish Pub and #PigOutOK on excellent modern-traditional Irish fare. Thanks to Oklahoma Pork Council for sponsoring this review.
If you want a hassle-free brunch at Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails in the Paseo District, you'd better go before they start actually advertising to the world that they serve brunch.
#FoodTruckFridays return with tasty burgers and fries from BlueJ's Rollin' Grill. Find them (and many more) Oct. 20 at Heard on Hurd. Thanks to our sponsor Citizens Bank of Edmond!
As another month draws to a close, #StylishEats returns with a review of Rococo Restaurant & Fine Wine's new menu, sponsored by the style mavens at Steven Giles Clothing.
No one was happy to see Guernsey Park go, but the upside is OKC now has Okie Pokie and Noodee, a perfect pair of eateries for Oklahoma's unpredictable weather.
Looking for a regal evening out? #Escape2OKC for Ethiopian cuisine at Queen of Sheba and then test your wits against the Conquered Embassy at The Escape OKC.
#PigOutOK, sponsored by the Oklahoma Pork Council, brings you a review of the long-lived Florence's Restaurant, serving country cooking that's fancy without being fussy.
Shoutout to Indian food for always being delicious while rarely being photogenic. But I've included pictures in this review of Taj Cuisine of India for...actually, I'm not sure.
Sometimes I need help remembering that not everybody spends every day obsessed with local restaurants. So I'm sorry I haven't told you this yet, but Gogi Go! is worth your time.
#FoodTruckFriday is back with a deep dive into the menu at Klemm's Smoke Haus. Find Klemm's and dozens of other food trucks at Heard on Hurd Sept. 15 in downtown Edmond.
A small brick building on the eastside of OKC has been serving up exquisite Caribbean food for years. Experience Carican Flavors for yourself and you'll be a fan for life.
Mission In-Pasta-Bowl gets me every time with their clever name, but it's their tasty bowls of saucy noodles and quick, focused service that's going to make this truck a favorite.
Noodles and broth and braised pork belly are key to Tamashii Ramen House's success, but don't overlook the restaurant's excellent non-ramen options while you're there.
If your biggest problem with brunch is that there isn't enough of it, then let me introduce you to the Sunday brunch buffet at Ingrid's Kitchen, where quality and quantity meet.
Plenty of restaurants are catering to keto dieters, but The Miller Grill is cornering the market in Yukon with a full keto-friendly menu.
#StylishEats, sponsored by Steven Giles Clothing, returns with a relaxed-yet-elegant review of En Croûte. Cheese, wine and a menu full of surprises await in Nichols Hills.
Of course you're going to get pizza at Hideaway Pizza. But what if the impossible happened and you got something...not pizza? I know it sounds crazy, but it just might work.
In the first edition of #Escape2OKC (sponsored by The Escape OKC), we're pairing The Lost Antidote escape room with The R&J Lounge and Supper Club's strong drinks and tasty meals.
It's a brand new #FoodTruckFriday review of Big O's Pork and Dreams, brought to you by Citizens Bank of Edmond. Find this much-loved barbecue truck at Heard on Hurd Aug. 18.
Oh god, I guess we're really doing this. IT'S FINE IT'S FINE IT'S FINE, here's a review of Leaf + Bean, the nice quiet coffee shop that won't be as quiet once you all discover it.
We're back with more #FoodTruckFriday fun with a review of Phill Me Up Cheesesteaks. Try them out at the next Heard on Hurd, Aug. 18 in downtown Edmond.
It's not that you're required to love shrimp to dine at Los Arados, but it's highly recommended. This Mexican seafood spot is yet another southside OKC gem.
It turns out you don't need to know anythng about Filipino food to enjoy Filipino food at Chibugan Filipino Cuisine. In fact, not knowing what's in the brown sauce might be better.
For the final #PieJunkiesCheatDay of 2018, we went after the biggest, baddest, best-est burger in OKC at Nic's Grill. Does the legend live up to the hype? (Yes. Of course it does.)
If you're hungry for a new experience (and cuts of very thinly sliced meats), check out Edmond's Japanese hot pot restaurant Muu Shabu. Delicious and different in the best ways.
Ready to #PigOutOKC? Because the pork options at Packard's New American Kitchen will have you up and ready come Sunday morning. Don't sleep on this Midtown stand out.
Don't let road construction scare you away from Taste of Korea. If Chae whet your appetite for Korean food, Taste of Korea will have you in the throes of foodie ecstacy.
When it's been too long since you've visited Nunu's Mediterranean, you're liable to order way too much food. Simple solution: take me with you. I will happily eat all leftovers.
Choctaw isn't *that* far away. And the trip is well worth it when you grab a seat in The Black Raven, an Irish pub serving deeply decadent dishes from across the pond.
Stylish Eats is back with a look at one of Oklahoma City's most intimate spots for delicious food: Paseo Grill. Grab a booth behind a curtain and indulge in the decadence.
Pie Junkie's Cheat Day returns with a deep dive into the massive menu at Golden Phoenix. This venerable Asian District stalwart has too many great dishes to stick with just one.
Get fresh with some delicious donuts at Metro Minis. The truck, which recently expanded into a brick-and-mortar location, fries them when you order for ultimate meltiness.
Mexican cuisine isn't the first thing I think of when it comes to brunch, but Iguana has changed my mind with a hollandaise-less menu of savory and sweet breakfast delights.
Vegans, carnivores, tea lovers of the world: Unite! Beth Lyon's Black Cat is making great food, no matter your diet. (Even better if you're not on a diet.)
Hot wings are proof, not only of a higher power, but that said higher power really hates chickens. Which makes Wing Supreme an instrument of divine retribution.
There's a new hash slinger 'round these parts — McClintock Saloon & Chop House is bringing a touch of class to Stockyard City's brunch scene with French-cowboy fusion cuisine.
What could get this Cowboy down to Sooner country? Turns out great Thai food is worth several trips into the lions' den.
Southside mainstay Cafe Bella makes an impact with deep flavors, attention to details and real cooking.
There are no shortcuts at Lip Smackers Restaurant. Everything is made in-house and fresh, including big half-pound burgers and some of the best fried okra you'll ever eat.
It's Food Truck Friday, sponsored by Citizens Bank of Edmond, so we've got a review of some must-have barbecue from The Flying Pig BBQ. Find them at Heard on Hurd!
Stylish Eats, sponsored by Steven Giles Clothing, brings you Oklahoma City's oyster headquarters: The Drake. But even if you don't love seafood, you'll have plenty to eat here.
This Food Truck Friday knocks one out of the park with Fat Sosa's, a truck with food so tasty, we had to invent the word "enormalicious" to adequately explain it.
New feature: Pie Junkie's Cheat Day explores the best in big portions and indulgent flavors, starting with the magical Cajun King buffet. No one can stop at a single plate. No one.
When is a pizza not a pizza? When Jo's Famous Pizza creates an amazing taste-alike pie covered in chicken caesar salad or pulled pork and spicy green De Fuego sauce.
Let the koi in the lobby be your ambassadors of Kwan. That movie's got to be at least 20 years old now, right? Whatever. Kwan's Kitchen is great and...who's coming with me?!
Who knew the Great Depression could give us such happiness? El Reno Original Onion Fried Burgers is bringing this Oklahoma staple to the food truck world and doing it right.
Get the turkey club at Esca Vitae. If you don't read any of this review, that's the takeaway. The whole menu is great, but this is probably the best turkey sandwich I've ever had.
It's Snow S'more's turn on Food Truck Friday, brought to you by Citizens Bank of Edmond and Heard on Hurd. Experience summer all year long with this tasty dessert truck.
Rocky Mountain Grill finally made me face up to my crippling breakfast addiction. It's a disease I'll fight for the rest of my li--ooh, is that a green chili breakfast burrito?
#StylishEats is back, sponsored by Steven Giles Clothing. This week we explored the menu at St. Mark's Chop Room, one of Oklahoma City's most-exclusive eateries.
Not every Mexican restaurant is worth trying, but when you go to 3 Tequilas Mexican Grill & Cantina, listen to your server and hold on for one heck of a meal.
Heard on Hurd returns May 19, which means the return of Food Truck Fridays (on a Sunday this time) featuring delightful drinks from A Latte Love Coffeehouse.
There's nothing sexier than snacks. Okay, I'm probably not a good judge of what is sexy. But I am a pretty good judge of snacks and Crave Nuts are all kinds of good.
If going to Iran makes you a little nervous, you can travel by taste at the aptly named Travel By Taste. Get past gyros and hummus to discover the magic of real Persian cuisine.
It's a bird! It's a plane! Okay, now stop staring at the sky and get a look at Mighty Corn Dog. The loaded corn dogs you get from this truck are more than your usual fair fare.
Served Saturday and Sunday, The Pump's brunch is decadent, indulgent and vitally necessary to the people who were at The Pump until 2 a.m. the night before.
Get past the intimidating front doors of A Family Affair Restaurant and you'll find some of the best fried catfish and chicken in Oklahoma City.
In the inaugural edition of Stylish Eats, we review Stella Modern Italian Cuisine. With a deft use of flavor and seasonal ingredients, Stella is food for the discerning palate.
Much like its namesake, Cafe Oasis is a hidden gem worth seeking out. Upstairs in the building next to Super Cao Nguyen you'll find great pan-Asian cuisine and refreshing drinks.
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.
Call the police! It is absolutely criminal that Esca Vitae isn't packed to overflowing with customers every morning. Okay, maybe don't get the cops involved. That's my bad. Sorry.
This week's Food Truck Friday, sponsored by Citizens Bank of Edmond, is focused on Sizzle n Spice. Despite the name, this food truck has a great spice level for all palates.
It's the (semi-) long-awaited return of Food Truck Friday, sponsored by Citizens Bank of Edmond. This week, we go Mediterranean with Let's Do Greek.
Can anyone accurately judge the food they loved growing up? Maybe. Maybe not. Well, here goes nothing!
Every time I think I'm about to introduce someone to the greatness that is Rocky Mountain Grill, they tell me they've been going there for years. Wait...not you, too!
The buzz around Kitchen No. 324 has died down, but the food is as tempting as ever. Only difference: you don't have to wait so long for a seat.
Food Truck Friday, sponsored by Citizens Bank of Edmond, is back with a review of sweet offerings from The Brown's Kitchen. Find them at Heard on Hurd!
Real deli comes to Oklahoma City at Scottie's Deli. Open up your heart, because it's time to fall in love/to help remove the cholesterol.
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.
Citizens Bank of Edmond presents Food Truck Fridays begin with Wicked Hangry! Find this delicious burger joint on wheels at the March 17 Heard on Hurd.
I love it when you call me big Baba...G. Okay, I just like when you suggest we go eat there for dinner. Speaking of which...
A pizza place where brunch doesn't include a breakfast pizza was a shock. But Pizzeria Gusto does a lot of things differently and it always works out.
Over the river and through the woods to La Casa De La Abuela we go! Well, more like May and Britton. But for fans of rustic Mexican fare, it's worth the trip.
There's only one The One Cafe in Edmond, which serves up cafe favorites like soups and sandwiches alongside poke bowls and stuffed crepes.
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.
Bar food that's even better when you're sober? Welcome to The Pump Bar, the 21+ bar and restaurant turning out thoughtful, satisfying versions of foods we take for granted.
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.
Are you willing to drive for great barbecue? Good. Because Texlahoma BBQ is inconveniently located and completely and utterly worth the drive.
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.
Del City and Midwest City favorite C'est Si Bon is opening a new location in Edmond. But you shouldn't wait to go taste this cocky Cajun eatery's delicious food.
Blue Donkey Cafe challenges the idea of "authentic" food with delicious Guatemalan-style tacos made by two people who are not from Guatemala.
Picasso Cafe's brunch isn't a secret, as evidenced by the crowd on Sunday mornings. The reason? Chef Ryan Parrott and crew are making one of the best brunches in the metro.
Pie Junkie isn't "Oklahoma good." It's pick-a-fight-with-another-state good.
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.
Taqueria Rafitas isn't hiding. It's been in the Ten Penn neighborhood for years. But this neighborhood taco shop needs to be a lot more famous than it is.
A Mexican restaurant review that starts off with pho? We must be talking about Birrieria Diaz and the spicy, beefy, winter cold-fighting wonder that is birria.
Hot wings are very nearly the perfect food. But with a Korean flair added in by chef Paul Langer, they make Chick N Beer one of the best new bars in Oklahoma.
WARNING: The best time to read this review of Cous Cous Cafe is between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Eating outside this time frame could cause a serious Mediterranean jones.