My wife and I woke up with little to eat in the house so decided that a breakfast out was in order. Initially, we were going to hit up Jimmy's Egg but decided to try something new. Out comes the OKC Gazette and their selection of Kitchen 324 as a great breakfast place set us on our way to North Robinson. Once we arrived there was a bit of a wait (~20 minutes) and were seated. We were offered a menu while we were waiting so we knew what we wanted as soon as we sat down.
For me was the cold smoked salmon (I'm not sure where they "locally" source this in OK), cream cheese, capers, and roe on a bagel and for my wife it was the pastrami and eggs. Both were excellent and for between $7-10 the prices weren't much more than Jimmy's Egg. The food was presented in a neat fashion. My wife had a coffee which she said was good. For "dessert" we had a cinnamon roll and it was fantastic. Overall our bill was $24+ tip which was a great deal considering the location, food, and atmosphere.
If there is one complaint I have is that North Robinson is under construction so it's not the easiest place to get to but once the construction is complete then it'll be a snap. Additionally, the parking garage is free to restaurant customers (at least on the weekend it was).
We will definitely be back to try some of the other menu options!
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