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Not too dang bad! Live music was ok, the lady was buzzing....Dustin prinze or jade castle would be a hit there! The train was unnerving but added to the shtick! The food was outstanding, drinks were eclectic and on point, I've never had moonshine or a spicy margarita before and the white stout??!!?? What! Service was good, seemed like they were always around ( not hovering and always in eye sight/earshot due to size of establishment! ) But overall.......NOT TOO DANG BAD!, only issue was size and storage was limited! Heard a funny waiter/cook conversation about a drunken night! LOL! With a better venue this place would catch the fire and melt the hearts of OKC! Oh yeah, do some more Cajun/creole foods like a real gumbo, boudain, fried catfish, crawfish boil, some greens, cornbread, gator, shrimp......nice big shrimp! Chef has skill for sure, management knows what they are doing, staff was well trained. Good job guys!
We have been to the Quail location many times. However, we're done!! Nearly every time we've gone the service is horrible. They never remember to bring the oysters we order. They either never show up or they show up after our entree has arrived. They also just forget our order in general...they either bring out the wrong food or it never comes out at all! The servers are incompetent. The management has been apologetic each and every time but they aren't doing anything to fix the issues. We have continued to go because we do love their food and honestly, they're the only game in town (in nw okc) for Cajun seafood and oysters. If they would improve their service and keep it consistent this place would be the bomb!
I ordered Mongolian BBQ to go and they let me pick my choice of meats and veggies and then cooked it to my preference (medium well, and hot and spicy). The choices looked and smelled perfectly fresh, as much as I wanted for one price! But when they began cooking it on that large hot flat wok thing, the aroma was irresistible! My husband and I LOVED IT!!! The place looked perfectly clean and the workers were friendly and helpful. We can't wait to go back! Their BBQ pork fried rice was also outstanding! Yum!!! We are going to take my parents their tomorrow for Dad's birthday. I'm already drooling!!!
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We have been to a few BBQ places and I thought I had a grasp of what BBQ was supposed to taste like around here.. Then we seen the rib shack on yellow pages. This is the best BBQ place we have been to! The ribs have so much flavor without the BBQ sauce and the wings also have the best taste. The fries are perfect and taste amazing and the hot links are mind blowing. This place has one thing thatothers don't. Flavor! The BBQ sauce is not as good as head countries BBQ sauce but that is the only reason why I gave this place 4 out of 5 stars.
Crabtown in Bricktown has very good food and lots of atmosphere. The waiters and waitresses go out of their way to make sure you are enjoying your food and keep your drinks filled. I have never gone when the manager hasn't stopped by my table at least once to ask if we were enjoying ourselves. The restaurant decor is reminiscent of a southern Louisiana swamp-type diner, with creaky floors, tin awnings, fishing nets, and other old south memorabilia. The food can be a little pricey, but it is very good.
It's the only Chinese take-out everyone at our office will eat. The shrimp are really big too. Everything is nice and fresh. The fried rice could be better, but I get steamed rice anyway. The egg rolls are ready made and fried to order. They are okay. As good as you will get at any take-out place. Sometimes they say 15 mins., but it can be really busy and take more time. The longest I've waited is 30 mins., but that is unusual as I call ahead now.
Wonderful place to dine! Always the best service and food. My friends and I can't get away from the Chicken Vermouth. Try it! Everything else I have tried has been amazing also. Very cozy little restaurant and always a very pleasant crowd of people to dine around. We come here quite often...sometimes 1-2 times per week. Never waited over 30 seconds to be seated. They are showing us our table before we get in the door.
My family has been going to this restaurant for 10 years now and we absolutely LOVE it! The food is always fresh and if there is something you want that is not on the buffet or if they are running low on a dish, just ask and they will make it. The atmosphere is very good and the staff is very friendly. My 10 year old daughter says "IT IS AWESOME!" - a direct quote. Do not pass up this restaurant!
Best dim sum in the metro, IMHO.(We tired of Grand House's long lines, and found that Fung's dim sum selection -- while a tad more limited, granted -- was better overall compared to Grand House's.)The snow pea tips here are also VERY good. (Be sure to ask for the Chinese menu if you, like me, want to avoid all the pseudo-Chinese Cantonese-American crap.)