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Around the world in OKC


Like Jules Verne, but edible.

Jenny Coon Peterson February 2nd, 2011

Looking for some tasty travels? Head to these metro spots for a globe-trotting foodie trip.




Queen of Sheba

2308 N. MacArthur

WHERE YOU GO: Ethiopia

TRY THIS: Start with the sambusa (fried pockets of bread stuffed with goodies) and then split the Queen of Sheba platter for a sample of all things Ethiopian.

Camilya’s Cafe

10942 N. May WHERE YOU GO: Syria, Jordan and Lebanon (combo trip!)

TRY THIS: You can’t skip the hummus with warm pita or the to-die-for kefta sandwich.

Sushi Neko

4318 N. Western

WHERE YOU GO: Japan

TRY THIS: We know we’ve already talked fried food (see page 19), but the cone of fries doused in eel sauce? Heaven.

La Baguette

7408 N. May WHERE YOU GO: France

TRY THIS: Brunch at La Baguette is a thing of beauty. Try the crepes, quiche or pick a selection from the “Hollandaise Series.”

Gopuram

4559 N.W. 23rd WHERE YOU GO: INDIA

TRY THIS: Hit the buffet for everything from chicken tikka masala to addictive spinach pakora.

Sean Cummings’ Irish Pub

7523 N. May WHERE YOU GO: Ireland

TRY THIS: Fish and chips FTW. Pair it with a Guinness and settle in for a fun night.

Cafe do Brasil

440 N.W. 11TH WHERE YOU GO: Brazil

TRY THIS: It’s not really a food, but the caipirinhas shouldn’t be missed. If you really need some food in the tummy, check out the cheese biscuits.

Cafe Antigua

1903 N. Classen WHERE YOU GO: Guatemala

TRY THIS: Head here for breakfast and order the huevos motuleños for a hearty dish of tortillas, beans, eggs and more.


 
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