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Oui3, new upscale dining in Tulsa

tiomano | Jul 27, 201210:00 AM     3

I had the pleasure of having dinner the other night at a new restaurant here in Tulsa. Oui3 is owned by Chef Ouida Merrifield and is located on S Peoria.

I ordered the roasted endive wrapped in bacon salad and it was delicious. The roasting tamed the bitterness that endive can have. It had a very light vinagrette drizzle that was a nice balance for the dish. For an entree I ordered the Grilled jumbo shrimp with fat noodles and a preserved lemon cream sauce. This was also very good, the shrimp were maybe just a touch too done, but the pasta more than helped the dish. The noodles were a flat thin noodle (tagliatelle maybe) and tasted homemade. The sauce was a light coating of a lemon cream sauce, not too much, which on a hot night was perfect.

The menu is not that big but neither is the kitchen there and the Chef de Cuisine was keeping her eye on every dish going out.

If you go make sure to make a reservation.

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