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03/07/09Provided by Citysearch
We explore each season by dining out at The Palace Cafe, because they always serve fresh ingredients, with subtle flavors and nouveau cuisine for healthy eating. The grilled salmon bacon, lettuce & tomato sandwich (BLT) was better than gourmet because it tasted like a pleasure concocted by artisans. By the way, our friend had the grilled chicken Caesar salad - romaine drizzled with anchovy aioli then topped off with focaccia crisps and it was phenomenal! If you like your food fresh and originally presented, give it a go at the Palace. Nearby attractions, since this Cherry Street neighborhood is our favorite in Tulsa, include three of the best fine arts studios - Joseph Guerick, Pearson Gallery and Chris Claussen Photography. And if you take a stroll, there are interior decorators and antique shops.
My dining experience at The Palace Cafe was fabulous. The amazing food was unique, fresh, and most importantly delicious! The atmosphere truly felt warm and friendly, and was coupled with warm and professional service. The high point, for me, was perhaps the beautiful presentation which was not only eye catching but fun. The Palce Cafe is an eloquent as well as intimate example of what a fine dining experience should consist of. I will continue to choose it as my go-to restaurant for entertaining, celebrating, or simply if I'm craving an amazing meal.
My dining adventure at the palace cafe rang true to the restaurants name, and I was the princess. Endless cascading overwhelming jolting emotions undoubtedly emitted and sent shivers up my spinal cord from the base of my rump to the beginning of my noggin at the very thought of the lamb chops (meat on bone from animal called lamb or ""sheep"") slowly glided toward my very being, carrying what I could only imagine was the most intimidatingly delicious meal of bodacious talent in the form of edible beauty. Dangerously delicious, the lamb chops I ordered made me ponder the possible theory that time is not eternal, and has paused to accommodate the precious time I had with my lamb chops in the palace. SWINGING FROM THE CHANDALEARS my heart sang hymnals of praise to the palace cafe. I return to the palace almost every eve of a beautiful day, each time timeless, priceless, and delicate. ?This is my home. I am the princess. Feed me, fill me, find fluttering fortresses of fluffy fascination forging onward.?- Me
07/18/08Provided by Citysearch
What a great find. I love Cherry Street for dining but the Palace Cafe is definitely the classiest establishment in the area. Attentive service, unique menu, cozy atmosphere. I ordered the tenderloin and it was one of the best steaks I've ever had. My wife LOVED her salmon. Great wine selection and desserts, too. For such a little, bumpkin town, Tulsa is lucky to have such a restaurant. We will definitely be going back!
01/12/07Provided by Citysearch
The menu changes with every season and never disappoints. It is what keeps me coming back again and again.
There are many items on the menu for vegetarians and vegans. If you are a very adventurous vegetarian check out the 4 course chef's table option on the dinner menu. Most of the items on the menu come from local farmers so they base the menu on what is in season..
Not worry meat eaters there is an aray of meat options as well as a 6 course chef table for you as well. The Winter menu features a tenderloin, local farm raised chicken, and confit of pig. But the not to be missed item is the Lobster corn dog.
Another great thing about Palace Cafe is the Wine list. The list does not feature your average wines, alothough you will find some of your well known names you will also find some tasty new choices. If you are a true wine snob they also have a kings and queens list for you to choose from.
Palace Cafe is business casual/ casual during lunch and brunch and a little more dressy for dinner.
Don't be afraid to try something new; You will not be disappointed!
11/09/06Provided by Citysearch
The service was good, but the food was unimpressive. The over-all flavors of the dishes were tasty, but the presentation and some of the ingredients ( canned, sliced olives and store-bought croutons ) left a lot to be desired, and the food pricing and portion sizes were confusing. The day we went, the kitchen was incredibly slow. The dessert was a little strange; the Goat Cheese Panna Cotta would have been much better paired w/a fig-compote, rather than the sugary, strawberry topping that resembled something you might find at a cafeteria. ( we were impressed w/the wine list, though ) The ambiance is decent, but noisy. This restaurant is suffering from an identity crises. It hasn't decided what it wants to be ... are you an artsy, swanky place you can take your clients to for a cocktail and a meal that reflects the newest culinary trends, or are you a casual, elegant place where you could meet your parents for lunch and at night take your sweetie to for an intimate dinner?
10/30/06Provided by Citysearch
Chef James Shrader's sand-box always surprises! Varied menu, very high quality food. Four of us sampled across the menu from adventurous to solid classics with Chef's twist. Knowledgable (pretty) staff and good winelist rounded things out. Small plate menu was excellent and daring, desserts great. This was my favorite 'foodie' experience in Tulsa.
10/14/06Provided by Citysearch
Have eaten at the Palace several times and have always had very good meals. The menu is very diverse and have never had anything bad. The Gnoucci is the best entreee I have had, a there appetizers are great. Nice wine list. I would recommend it highly.
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Primary Phone: 918-895-8725
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- Maple Ridge Historic District, North Maple Ridge, Broadmoor Heights
- Other Information
Cuisines: Southern, Burgers, Caterers, American, Hot Dogs, Healthy, Seafood, Vegetarian, Vegan, Cajun & Creole
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No