Perusing the menu at Graffiti OKC, you’ll find chef-driven excellence made in a Latin-Asian fusion style. Chef Jonas Favela’s creations are crafted from a curated selection of local vendors, including area farmers and specialty shops, with an emphasis on all things fresh. 

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A bright beginning to a meal can include the Thai-Latin salad, replete with cherry tomatoes, hearts of palm, avocado, red onion, baby spinach, carrots, jalapeño, peanuts and finished with Togorashi salt. For a meatier choice, go with the much beloved Graffiti Chicken Wings, done in a garlic brine, then pan-fried and tossed in a white balsamic caramel glaze and served with peanuts, carrots and cilantro. For the main course, a favorite is the grilled choice sirloin that is miso-spice rubbed, grilled and served over Graffiti Rice and topped with cilantro sour cream and corn salsa. 

If the water’s bounty appeals more, try the seared fresh salmon, spiced with red curry, seared and served with marinated grilled vegetables and Guajillo Sauce, finished with sweet chili vinaigrette and sesame seeds. Decadent and unique dessert options include the N.B.K. (Never Been Kaught) Sundae – a creamy concoction of vanilla ice cream, marshmallow cream, strawberry jam and salted caramel and cinnamon-vanilla cookies. 11 NW Sixth St., Oklahoma City;