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OKG Newsletter


Topic: dishes

OMG

Expertly prepared sushi and dishes representing most of the Asian continent are served in a warmly attractive dining room.


Food and Drink Features

Doug Hill

O Asian Fusion
105 12th Ave. S.E., Norman
701-8899, www.oasianfusion.com

 
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Summer sides


OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski
Throwing something on the grill? Here are some can’t-miss dishes from seven area restaurants that will help round out the meal. In this hectic, ever-changing world, keep it simple, and your family and friends will eat well.
 
Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Smag 7

With each week comes seven new restaurants in the OKC metro!


OKG7 Dining

Carol Smaglinski

New ones again, my friends. Whether the food-savvy community is deep into the vegetarian movement or are true meatheads, culinary experiences give us happiness. At the very least, food deserves praise for the ultimate pleasures it gives us, in bad times or good. With seven new restaurants on board, there’s plenty of chow to go around.

 
Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Seoul kitchen

Authentic Korean cuisine is served alongside traditional Japanese dishes.


Restaurant Reviews

Doug Hill
“Our food isn’t the same as what you’d get in Seoul,” the Rev. John Chong said. “It’s better.”
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Viva Vaqueros!

A family-run restaurant in Norman is based on the principle of doing one’s best.


Restaurant Reviews

Doug Hill
Los Vaqueros Mexican Restaurant
1316 N. Interstate Drive, Norman
310-3910

What worked:
jovial staff serving generous meals
What needs work:
Please refrain from spraying cleanser on the dining room tables during hours of operation.    
The Tip:
Above-average Tex-Mex food, generally with some superior dishes.       
 
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

OKG7 Eat: Fish dishes


OKG7 Dining

Louis Fowler
It’s easy to assume that when it comes to seafood, Oklahoma is not the place to satiate that constant craving for fish dishes. However, with over 50,000 miles of shoreline along lakes and ponds that are stocked with edible species like bass, walleye and catfish in this great state, many metro eateries offer a wide variety of aquatic delicacies — from Southern-fried to elegantly served — that will surprise even the pickiest pescatarian.
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
 
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