About Kitchen No. 324
Kitchen No. 324 is a seasonally inspired Café, Craft Bakery and Coffee Curator serving American Rustic Cuisine.
No. 324 is the downtown address for fresh. Everything we serve is hand crafted each day starting at 4am. We proudly use local, organic and sustainably farmed products when possible. Inspired by kitchens from all across America, we hope to bring warm and inviting food, using classic preparation techniques and exciting new flavors and ingredients.
Hours of Operation:
7am to 9pm, 7 days a week.
N Robinson Ave. and Dean A. McGee Ave.
$30 and under
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Kitchen No. 324 Ratings and Reviews
We have been to Kitchen 324 on multiple ...
We have been to Kitchen 324 on multiple occasions and have always found the food to be very good. One thing that we love about the restaurant is the atmosphere and style. It is clean, modern and creates an expectation that you are going to have a great experience. Service has always been very solid. Would definitely recommend to anyone.
We are a group of "seniors" celebrating ...
We are a group of "seniors" celebrating an 80th birthday. We think every restaurant is "a little loud" but we thoroughly enjoyed the food and the décor. The service was excellent (Stacy). We were able to park across the street so even that was easy. I will go again. The wine list isn't extensive but we enjoyed our Malbec.
I had the dinner special (mahi-mahi) and ...
I had the dinner special (mahi-mahi) and it was excellent. I was going to have the sauvignon blanc, but Lara (my friendly, attentive server) recommended the Spanish white--a very good choice. Be aware that the tables are very close together, so if you want to have a private conversation with your dining companion, this is not the place to do so. I was dining solo, so the closeness of the tables was not a problem for me. In fact, such seating encourages conversation among diners--as evidenced by the fact that the couple sitting next to me and I started talking and had an interesting conversation. Finally, although Open Table does send out email reminders of one's reservation twice (once when the reservation is made and again on the day of the reservation), be aware that Kitchen 324 also calls to confirm the reservation. I think that more than one reminder is overkill and a bit annoying. However, perhaps restaurants in Oklahoma City have a problem with no-shows.
This might have been one of the best exp ...
This might have been one of the best experiences I've had in a while. The food was incredible. We did not have reservations so they offered us to sit at the bar. We kind of hesitated but took the seats anyway. It turned out to be fantastic! Our bartender (I wish i would have gotten her name) was really great! She was attentive but not overbearing, and made us the best drinks I think I've ever had. We talked about flying to Boulder just to go back to The Kitchen!
We showed up at 7 and were seated prompt ...
We showed up at 7 and were seated promptly the service was great and the waiter helped with the wine list. They made several recommendations and changes to the order that we placed and enjoyed the salads and appetizers . We have enjoyed it each time we go downtown. It is very ez to park for dinner just right outside the door.
The food and service was very good. The ...
The food and service was very good. The only small issue was how the waiter reacted when we asked for another roll. He acted like we had asked for another whole meal. All we asked for was one more piece of bread. He came back with bread and said "the manager said we went all out for you". We were a little surprised at that remark, not sure it was necessary or appropriate. We will go back when we want to eat before going to something downtown.
I went here with a party of 4 for a get- ...
I went here with a party of 4 for a get-together. The decor of the restaurant is very light and modern; overall, everything was very pleasing to look at. From our starters to our desserts, the food was imaginative and delicious (get the beet salad!). Everything was priced reasonably considering the pleasant ambience and more upscale type of restaurant Kitchen No. 324 represents. I would definitely recommend coming here.
I love this place. love, love, LOVE!!! ...
I love this place. love, love, LOVE!!! I've been for brunch, which was excellent, but my most recent visit was for dinner. The four of us each ordered something different, and all meals were exceptional. I predict this restaurant will be a staple for OKC for decades to come.
I was having breakfast with friends. We ...
I was having breakfast with friends. We all ordered something different and we all loved it. I had the Pastrami and Eggs and it was so filling and delicious. I also ordered the Vanilla Latte and it was perfect as always. We all split the vanilla Berry Joe-nut and the fruit was delicious. I always look forward to my next time going.
This places was eh. The tables were too ...
This places was eh. The tables were too close to each other. The food was fine, but nothing special or interesting. Our waiter wasn't particularly friendly. The inside was beautiful though and the music was great, but too quiet. We wouldn't go back.
Doug and Nancy
We were delayed for dinner due to contractor at parents house we are getting ready to sell and sat down at 9:00 to enjoy dinner. We were treated well despite being last people served in the restaurant. We were under a lot of stress and come up from Dallas to work on weekends and were happy with a wonderful meal and friendly service.
I am going back to Kitchen 324 as soon as I can
This was our first visit, and we hope to have many more.
Kitchen 324 is in the heart of the business district. It's dining room is beautiful, light, and airy, with architectural interest. The service is attentive, warm, but not intrusive. Our dinner was delicious with fresh ingredients prepared well and served attractively. The front of house and kitchen staff graciously accommodated a dietary restriction. The prices were very reasonable. Oddly, bread for the table is a la carte, but also delicious.
We were celebrating an anniversary and the wait staff were very aware and helped make the occasion festive.
One important factor to consider in deciding whether to visit Kitchen 324 is that seating is very New-Yorkish with banquets facing chairs. This means that the distance between your table and the next is very small. For this reason, if I were planning a first date or another very intimate dinner and wanted privacy and low lights, I would not choose Kitchen 324. For any other occasion, Kitchen 324 is now one of our two favorite places to eat in OKC.
This was my third visit and unfortunatel ...
This was my third visit and unfortunately was the first time I had a slightly disappointing meal. I had the roasted chicken lunch entree (aka airline chicken) with root vegetables and the bean, kale and bacon soup. It was a 50th birthday occasion for a friend of mine, so I didn't want to complain (and take away from a happy occasion), but while everything else was as tasty as usual, the chicken was BEYOND dry / overcooked. I assume that the chicken was prepared very early in the day (if not the night before) and simply reheated, but in this case I think it stayed in the re-heating apparatus, about 30 minutes longer than necessary. I'll definitely go back to this place, but I'll order something I'm sure will be freshly prepared.
Kitchen 324 is "listed" as the 3rd best ...
Kitchen 324 is "listed" as the 3rd best restaurant in OKC on a variety of sources and the food was most pleasant. The wine list is only by the glass, or multiply by 4 and you can purchase a bottle. the wines by the glass were pleasant enough. It was fine, and it was what we had as a choice.
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