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None October 29th, 2013

This authentic Thai restaurant expanded its family-owned joint, which initially opened in 2007. The second location offers the same great service customers know and love as well as the exceptional menu that created a loyal base of Thai food junkies. Enjoy its lunch combo, ranging from selections of red curry chicken to basil pork or mixed veggies.

If your eating routine is getting stale, freshen it up with these seven new spots for a scrumptious meal.

—Jenn Scott, photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock



Panang 2

14101 n. may ave. panangthaifood.com 752-8400

This authentic Thai restaurant expanded its family-owned joint, which initially opened in 2007. The second location offers the same great service customers know and love as well as the exceptional menu that created a loyal base of Thai food junkies. Enjoy its lunch combo, ranging from selections of red curry chicken to basil pork or mixed veggies. For dinner, try the fried tofu and gravy noodles (rad nah).


Catfish cove

6201 northwest expressway catfishcoveok.com 722-2555

This is the third location for the locally owned seafood spot. It’s a quick, casual dining experience reminiscent of a day at sea, minus the seasickness and drunken sailors. Try its lunch and dinner specials, which include fried jumbo shrimp, freshcut fries and sides like macaroni and cheese or corn nuggets. It has a full salad bar, as well as house-made desserts.

La brasa Peruvian kitchen

1310 nW 25th St. labrasaokc.com 524-2251

It’s a fresh new take on fusion, blending Peruvian classics with South American flavors and modern-day dining tweaks. The star of the kitchen is its ceviche, which is served in an aji amarillo or rocoto sauce. The specialty — a world-famous dish and inspiration for the restaurant — is pollo a la brasa, a marinated and chargrilled whole organic chicken.

Hideaway Pizza

6616 n. Western ave. hideawaypizza.com 840-4777

A kitchen fire closed this local haunt for the better part of 2013, but now it’s open and ready to serve piping-hot pies and famous fried mushrooms. A lunch menu offers a selection of pizza and small salad or pasta with garlic bread, all under ten bucks. If fried pickles are your thing, order some — served with a side of special dipping sauce.

Taqueria rafita

1222 n. Pennsylvania ave. 604-5040

The air is chilly outside, but inside Taqueria Rafita, the mole verde is warm and savory. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a daily special — which might include a whole fish grilled — or delight in a classic barbacoa burrito, a chicken quesadilla meal with rice and refried beans or a carne asada quesadilla.


Waffle champion

1212 n. Walker ave. wafflechampion.com 525-9235

It is the champion of handcrafted waffles. From mobile to brick-andmortar, Waffle Champion serves delectable creations. Try its seasonal yums, like a buttermilk waffle featuring house-made pumpkin butter, cream cheese syrup, dried cranberries and cinnamon candied pecans. On the spicy side of things, it also offers a waffle filled with house-made turkey chorizo and queso.

Rocky mountain Grill

231 S. coltrane rd., edmond 562-4777

In search of a killer BLT? Search over. Get it here with hand-made fries. From the ultimate comfort food menu, try its chicken-fried chicken served with mashed potatoes and corn, all smothered in gravy. Give its burger or chicken fajita nachos a try, and for those early risers, Rocky Mountain serves up breakfast burritos with its own sausage gravy recipe.

 
 
 

 

 
 
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