What We're Eating
The Reuben at ND Foods.
Photo by Brent Fuchs
One of the best things about restaurants serving Asian cuisine is that it is very easy to find something that is veggie-friendly. This is so true at KEO, a casual-upscale restaurant located along Brookside that serves dishes from several East Asian countries. The Spring Rolls, a staple at any Asian restaurant and a favorite at KEO, are stuffed with flavorful vegetables and spices and lightly fried, resulting in a bite that is together warm, crispy, soft and unctuous. Served with a dipping sauce, these spring rolls can also stand alone. 3524 S. Peoria, Tulsa. www.keorestaurant.com
Quality products and generous portions are the hallmark of ND Foods, a deli and bakery skirting the north side of Nichols Hills. Sandwiches, soups and salads are staples, with items like homemade pimento cheese and lobster bisque being big hits among loyal customers. The Reuben, the king of the hot sandwiches, is given proper tribute at ND Foods, with fresh rye slathered with dressing and topped with mounds of Boar’s Head corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut. Grilled to perfection, crusty and creamy at the same time, it’s a great sandwich. 2632 NW Britton Rd., Oklahoma City. 405.840.9364