I had really high hopes for this place.
I walked in and appreciated the decorator's efforts: the place felt cozy and very warm. I saw the reading glasses on the table and kind of wondered what they were for and then realized the some of the clientele was a bit aged... Guess the glasses were for them.
Anyway, my friend and I sat down and took a glance at the menu. For Oklahoma, the restaurant's menu was pretty good. There was variety and even vegetarian entrees.
I ordered a pear salad with chicken and tomato caprice. Both we excellent. However, the salad was originally 8 dollars. There was an option to add chicken for 12. Not really a big deal, however, if you check out the picture, you will see that that is not 4 dollars worth of chicken! It was thin too, about only a half an inch thick. Not worth the price. The salad tasted good, but I could have made it at home, nothing special. Actually, a couple of days later, my mom made a very similar salad, just without pears. The tomato caprice was actually very good. It had a lot of salt and crushed pepper and onions, which you don't normally see on a caprice, but it was nice.
The biggest problem was the service. We were there almost 2 hours... for lunch! Usually, I'm not in a rush, but I'm not wanting to spend all day here, the atmosphere wasn't that exciting! The server, while polite, was just too slow. He left us at the table with nothing but bread which was torture for my friend that was with me who has gluten intolerance. Even the wine took a long time.
Overall, I'd still recommend it since the food was pretty good, especially for OKC.
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