[Northkeep] Two food-related questions
Hugh & Belinda Niewoehner
BurgBorrendohl at valornet.com
Tue Dec 6 04:16:04 PST 2011
Downtown go to McNealies Public house. Blue dome district. Best
cottage pie in Tulsa.
Kilkennys - Irish bar. 15th and Peoria (Cherry street district). Might
as well be downtown. Try a boxty. Think Calzone but instead of bread
dough its made with a potato pancake.
Indian... Kolam. West side of Memorial just North of 51st. Decent
Thai Siam, east end of the strip mall, south side of 31st. just west of
Sheridan. Mom and Pop place.
Japanese: Unfortunately the shabu shabu place closed. Sake (Woodland
hills area) has good Bento boxes. But you /really/ don't want to go
near the area until the madness subsides sometime in Jan. Fuji used
to be really good. Still decent but not what it used to be. Extended menu.
Out Broken Arrow way Memories of Japan, 71st. and 145th in the Walmart
plaza. Industrial strength wasabi.
Thai Garden, just east of Rhema on 71st. Small place, good food.
There's a Korean place at 41st. and 129th. Told it's good though I
haven't been there in a while.
On 12/5/2011 12:47 PM, Ld.blackmoon wrote:
> and welcome again to northkeep ; )
> since I'm mostly broke ( but love Asian food ) I can give you the 2
> best Chinese buffets I've found ( as well as a list of the ones to
> avoid , and why )
> as well as 3 very good restraints ; ) in the Tulsa area.
> for buffets,
> 1st, very good , but never remember the name, sits in a strip mall in
> front of home depot in Owasso. ( good sushi )
> 2nd ,very good , china king , 71st just east of riverside dr, only
> place to get seafood eggdrop soup. usually very good service ,(
> really good lemon chicken )
> 3rd,bad, oriental pearl across from lowes in Owasso ( 3 trips, never
> good service, food so-so )
> 4th, bad , oriental something , 71st bout 3 blocks east of riverside
> dr, ( 3 trips ,small variety, so-so food, so-so service )
> 5th, bad , china star, 71st and 145th , broken arrow, ( many trips,
> has dropped badly in recent past, last trip, had dried out food or
> empty food pans between lunch rush and dinner rush ( got there at 4:15
> pm ) didn't replace food until almost 5:00 pm for dinner rush, mostly
> ignored by waitress.
> 6th, so-so ,another I cant remember the name for, across from rhema
> bible school, good food, but getting more and more items loaded with
> jalapenos.service is so-so ( but friendly ), never enough employees on
> duty .
> 7th, so-so, next to nham hai , just north / west of 21st and garnet,
> some good items, but growing number of dishes include jalapenos, and
> squid is always over cooked, no sushi, but good friendly service .
> 8th, don't know the name, but it is a totally forgettable buffet on
> admiral between Sheridan and memorial.( 1 trip )
> 9th, the Thai place on Harvard didn't impress me the one time I went
> there, even with all the warning tags about how hot the dishes were ,
> they were all so tame I hardly noticed any heat at all .
> ok, will move on to restaurants.
> all very good.
> 1st , golden gate,Harvard just south of b.a. exp. in strip mall on
> west side ,( aprox 26th st) small, family owned and operated, best egg
> drop soup I have ever tasted
> ( I have tried egg drop soup in every state and in Canada, used to
> drive a truck ) I have literally never had anything at this restaurant
> that I didn't like : )
> 2nd, ( not sure on spelling ) gung zhou dim sum restaurant , they have
> 2 locations, I haven't eaten at the 21st and garnet location yet,(
> it's the larger location ) but have had multiple meals at the 11th
> between Harvard and Yale ( old McDonalds location )
> really good food, and I have never gone away less than stuffed , while
> not really hot,( spicy ) the items marked hot will leave a pleasant
> burn in your mouth, but you can still enjoy the multitude of flavors
> that comes with each dish.
> if I recall they serve dim sum on Saturdays , and I believe you may be
> able to order it straight from the menu the rest of the week, but you
> would have to check .
> 3rd, Mongolian grill , 15th and I believe Utica, 1 trip, but was
> impressed by the variety, of ingredients / flavors, and the friendly
> staff, only complaint I had was tiny tables, was crowded trying to
> seat 4 to eat and talk business.
> hope that helps
> Be Safe , Be Happy, Have Fun .
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Linda Moore"
> <gwyneth1362 at hotmail.com>
> To: <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Monday, December 05, 2011 11:50 AM
> Subject: [Northkeep] Two food-related questions
>> I have two questions, both related to food - a subject near and dear
>> to my heart (and other parts, sadly. . .)
>> First, I had a very pleasant dinner with a group of folks on
>> Saturday. Being new to Northkeep, I asked for recommendations for
>> restaurants - any asian (Thai, Chinese, Korean, etc) or Indian. And
>> they gave me a really good list - that I promptly forgot, because I
>> had nothing to write it down on. So I warned them I might ask again
>> here, which is what I am doing. I know there was a great list of
>> recommendations on this list not that long ago, and I thought I had
>> saved it, but alas, it was not so. So, I repeat the request - and
>> will include Italian (both Pasta and Pizza) and seafood.
>> Second, I work in Downtown Tulsa at the BOK Tower. I know there is
>> at least one other person here (Hi Karl!) but was wondering if there
>> are more people who work downtown, or nearish, who might be
>> interested in a semi-frequent (once a month or so-ish) lunch? It
>> would be a good chance for me to expand both my food choices and my
>> circle of friends.
>> Thanks for your consideration,
>> Gwyneth (the new one, formerly of Northshield)
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