The documentary screens 7 p.m. Saturday and 12:30 Sunday at Harkins Theatres Bricktown 16.
In the Raw is now Dekora! and focuses on Japanese street food.
The Sushi Bar delights diners no matter their palate.
Shabu-shabu cooking finally makes its way to the Oklahoma City metro.
Sake House makes me a very hungry customer, especially with rolls like the Tuna Amazing ($10.95). Do you like tuna?
Look, few people engender quite so much food goodwill in OKC as Chef Kurt Fleischfresser, so when he’s attached to a restaurant of any kind, you know it’s something special.
Asian-style noodles have captured our hearts since time immemorial.
Donburi is a meal all in one dish, Japanese comfort food popular with the busy lunch crowd.
The Oklahoma City area is home to a rich variety of ethnicities and cuisines, as well as a fair number of international grocery stores. Try some of these international breakfasts at home; incorporate them into your regular weekly menus; and escape the monotony of eggs, sausage and toast! Bon appétit, n ngon mi ng, guten…
Max Ogan — or Maximus, as he likes to be called — is surrounded by giant monsters and giant robots in his Plaza District studio, Bomb Shelter, but he’s not running for cover or summoning twin fairies for help. It’s all part of his latest exhibition, Machines vs. Monsters: Final Wars, his tribute to kaiju,…