The Top 7 Restaurants In Midwest City, Oklahoma

Marcelina Morfin

Founded in 1942, Midwest City is a small, vibrant city located outside of Oklahoma City. A popular family-friendly destination, the area hosts several events throughout the year, has many outdoor spaces and several tasty restaurants. We’ve put together a list of some of the best restaurants in Midwest City and nearby towns, including Del City, Nicoma Park and Choctaw.

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Bistro, Restaurant, Chinese, Thai, Asian

Chong Wah Asian Bistro serves Asian cuisine with an emphasis on Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes. Whether guests are craving fish, meat or vegetarian dishes, they will find it all at this bistro. Recommended dishes include the Chong Wah sushi roll with tempura shrimp, crab, cream cheese, cucumber and avocado, topped with eel sauce.

2.

Cafe, Creperie, French, European

The Creperie and European Cafe delights customers with its French and European edibles. The cafe features a selection of sweet and savory crêpes alongside soups and sandwiches. Tasty options include the crêpe filled with Spanish chorizo, egg, bell peppers, onions and jack cheese; the broccoli and cheese crêpe; and potato pirogi, potato-stuffed dumplings served with bacon, onions and sour cream.

3.

Restaurant, American

GRUB serves classic American food. Located in Del City, their motto – ‘simple food, prepared well’ – is befitting, as their menu is small but packed full of delicious flavor. Seeking out the freshest, often organic ingredients, this casual restaurant’s highlights include the half-seasoned chicken with a honey-barbecue glaze, and the crispy chicken sandwich topped with bacon, provolone, honey and mustard on an onion bun.

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Restaurant, Vegetarian, Seafood, American

A locally owned venue, Pelican’s is a nautical-themed restaurant catering to guests who enjoy succulent steaks and seafood. This inviting restaurant makes everything from scratch and hand-cuts all the steaks served. Hungry diners can start off their meals with a cup of New England clam chowder followed by the 10 oz. ribeye steak, seasoned with house-made garlic steak butter or the blackened catfish. While the menu leans heavily towards steaks and seafood, there are a couple of pasta dishes for those seeking something vegetarian.

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Tea Room, Restaurant, Tea , American

Located in Nicoma Park, Red Raspberry Tea Room is a charming venue offering lunch and desserts. The tea room’s menu has a selection of sandwiches and salads, along with a daily soup and sweet treats. Try their excellent chicken salad, a combination of chicken, celery, walnuts and mandarin oranges served on a bed of greens. For those guests wanting something sweet, enjoy a croissant or piece of chocolate cake with a pot of tea.

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Restaurant, Thai, Tea , Ice Cream, Asian, Vegetarian

Siam Noodles is a warm and inviting Thai restaurant. Diners can savor everything from traditional soups to a large selection of noodle dishes. Notable highlights include Siam pork noodles, a clear or spicy sour soup made with ground pork, BBQ pork, pork meatballs and fish cake; or sauteed noodles topped with Chinese broccoli, cabbage and carrots in gravy. There is also a variety of sweet treats, including green tea ice cream.

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Cafe, Coffee

The Underground is a relaxing coffee house. In addition to espresso drinks – try the caramel underground, a rich caramel mocha – the cafe also offers smoothies, hot chocolate and various teas, alongside sweet and savory items for breakfast and lunch. Baked goods are available from local bakeries while the lunch crowd can warm up with some soup during the colder months or build their own sandwich. The coffee shop also hosts various events throughout the year, including monthly art shows showcasing local talent and live entertainment.
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