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Smag 7: Up and running


Carol Smaglinski January 11th, 2012

And, they’re off! Metro cuisine is up, up and away. From fusion to comfort foods, your palate is covered with the city’s new hot spots.

Tokyo Moon
1600 Garth Brooks, Yukon 494-7111



Open since November, this unique stop is doing Japanese sushi and hibachi cooking. Enjoy the Yukon sushi roll made with lobster tempura, cucumber and avocado, or try the filet mignon roll. Don’t worry, you’ll still find all the classics, like California, cucumber and asparagus rolls. For dessert, try the classic green tea ice cream, banana ice cream or deep-fried ice cream.

$$$ Asian

Mi Casa Su Casa
3207 N.W. 23rd 208-4059



Owners Sylvia and Alejandro Martinez present a fusion of Bolivian and Italian dishes. Since its opening on Nov. 11, 2011, Mi Casa Su Casa varies its menu every day with all food done from scratch. Chef Sylvia uses recipes from her mother, Maura Martinez, a famous cookbook author. Specials range from a traditional spicy soup with hominy, potatoes in a spicy peanut sauce or a spicy macaroni.

$$ Bolivian and Italian

Great American Pizza
6303 N. Meridian 722-6700


Now that Great American Pizza has settled into its new location just down the street from its old site, don’t miss out on The Works, which boasts everything but the kitchen sink piled on top. Crusts are made to order, so don’t be afraid to request it a little more crispy. While you’re there, why not try the calzones and house-made baklava?

$$ Pizza

Foodies Express
1220 N. Hudson 235-1111


All the way from Vietnam, owners Bang Bui and Quyen Le are making an effort to share their culinary heritage with fellow Oklahomans. Among the many items are teriyaki-style chicken on a stick and a delectable version of pad Thai, egg rolls and French beignets. The pint-sized hot spot is located in Midtown.

$$ Asian fusion

Dhaba OKC
4600 N.E. 120th 478-2151


Looking for aromatic curried goat, malai kofta (a vegetarian alternative with spices and onions), other vegetarian dishes or a whole raft of tasty Indian cuisine? Then you don’t want to miss this gem, open for lunch and dinner daily.

$$ Indian

The Fair
76 E. 33rd, Edmond 818-8801


Fair-food blues? Well, you don’t have to wait until September anymore. Enjoy the works: corn dogs, Indian tacos, chicken on a stick, fried Oreos or fresh-cut curly fries. Have a go at the fried cheesecake, too.

$$ Fair food


Stars & Stripes Pizza
2805 N.W. 122nd 242-2000


Stars & Stripes is in the business of serving pizza, and they do a bang-up job. Customers line up for its well-liked barbecue chicken pizza, but you can also enjoy the calzones, salads, cheese sticks and bread sticks. For dessert, try the cinnamon sticks.

$$ Pizza


—Carol Smaglinski, photos by Mark Hancock and Shannon Cornman

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01.17.2012 at 02:49 Reply
Mel

We tried tokyo moon a few weeks ago, of the 8 of us 4 got the shits. the sushi is the worst i have ever tasted. our server spoke very very little english which made it terrible to order food. the spicy tuna, wasn't spicy at all! never going back. ps their floors are very very slick i almost fell 3 time just trying to walk to the restroom, heels and flip-flops be advised.

 

01.17.2012 at 03:46

You couldn't say "intestinal problems" instead of "the shits?" TMI

 

 
 
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