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A Vision Comes to Fruition

Lao cuisine may not be very well-known outside its native country, but that’s starting to change thanks to chefs like Jeff Chanchaleune, who’s bringing traditional Laotian recipes to OKC. Ma Der Lao Kitchen opened September 2021 and was named one of the best new restaurants in the country this year by The New York Times and Bon Appétit.  Chanchaleune, who...

A Warm & Welcoming Place to Be

Alluring dining experiences continue to pop up in Oklahoma, now with a unique addition – Freya: Nordic Kitchen. Nestled in the Center 1 section of Tulsa’s Brookside, Freya offers classic and re-invented dishes and libations from Scandinavia. The project is helmed by Justin Thompson Restaurant Group, which also offers Juniper, Prhyme Steakhouse and Farrell Bread and Bakery.  “Chef Justin and...

Caring Through Cuisine

One afternoon in early June 2019, Wyatt Rogers’ plane landed in Tulsa. He didn’t go to his newly rented apartment, nor did he stop anywhere to drop off his bags. Instead, he drove straight to Brookside, walked into Oren Restaurant, found Chef Matt Amberg and talked himself into a job.  “I want to be around people better than me,” explains...

Bistro 22

Experience contemporary French cuisine at Edmond’s Bistro 22. Libation choices include the Bistro 22 Hurricane, with a base of secret house mix of juices and three rums - silver, aged and coconut. Another cocktail choice, Elderflower French, is a heady mélange of Aviation gin, St. Germaine, simple syrup, Prosecco and fresh lemon juice. Appetizers include shrimp escargot baked with...

Filling a Niche, Paris Style

The origin story for the off-shoot of Amelia’s Wood Fired Cuisine is varied … but there is a common denominator: Paris. Find owner Amelia Eesley – perhaps sitting on one of those curved Art Nouveau barstools or a leather banquette or a vaguely Art Deco rattan chair in the dining area – and she says the need for a market...