The spice of the kufta leaches into the sauce, countering the mild bitterness. It’s a symphony of textures and flavors. Like many great dishes, it’s easy to eat and fun to ponder.
Some dishes have momentum, something that drives you to take another bite. Gin rama is a perfect example.
The most popular nikuman is the deep-fried pork belly bun ($8), which comes with pickled cucumbers, green onions and a mildly sweet plum sauce that helps balance the pork’s savory, fatty flavor.
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Off the Hook Seafood & More is in the process of opening a new location near the airport.
Hatch’s hollandaise lineup is a murderer’s row of great sauces.
Its offerings include macarons, doughnuts and sandwiches.
If it had nothing else going for it, Cultivar Mexican Kitchen would be a hit for the patio alone. Even in the depth of Oklahoma City’s winter, which 2016 taught us can be anywhere from snowy with temps below freezing to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, the patio gives diners a look at an always-busy Automobile Alley.…
Attention to detail makes all the difference in the dishes at Sunnyside Diner.
Jasmine rice, spiced chicken, falafel and lentils take the stage at this Egyptian eatery.