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About La Baguette Bistro
Serving the metro for twenty eight years, La Baguette Bistro is the go-to place for Sunday brunch, cakes beyond compare, pastries and fine wine.
The Euro-casual ambiance with its ever-changing art gallery is comfortable yet elegant, and the dark, cozy bar area invites leisurely drinks after work. Regulars flock to La Baguette Bistro for the Croque Madam & Monsieur sandwiches, Chicken Crepes and toothpick-thin French fries ("frites"). Daily specials keep them interested.
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
French, Contemporary European, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 8:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday: 9:30am - 2:30pm
May Ave & Grand Blvd
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Whether a celebratory gathering with family and friends or business meeting among colleagues, La Baguette Bistro can accommodate your needs.
Private Party Contact:
Event Coordinator: (877) 918-1675
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
La Baguette Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Excellent dinner! Our guest said the salmon was the best fish he had ever eaten! Both the tomato gazpacho and the watermelon gazpacho were delicious also. A bit crowded and noisy on a Friday night--because it was full--but normally pretty quiet and pleasant for conversation.
We have been coming to La Baguette for years, however, we were not pleased this past Saturday evening. I ordered the Bistro salad which was very tired. It evidently was prepared way in advance and placed in the refrigerator and was all wilted. The teeny tiny bits of vegetable that now come with the entrée are embarrassing. Evidently they really want you to buy the sides. And some of these young servers need TRAINING. La Baguette has always had a fabulous wait staff, but the ones we had recently acted as though they were new hires from Applebee's or Ihop. It's all about presence, knowledge and presentation. They don't have it.
We were disappointed.
Great menu and wide selection . It's hard to decide, because they all are good. The food is fresh and well-prepared . The fresh Buckley oysters were very puny for the price. We got 6 fresh oysters for $14. It was a rip- off( not worth it.)
We dine at LaBaguette fairly often and pretty much order the same things from one time to the next. We even commented yesterday as we were being seated that we had never been disappointed in the food. However, we spoke too soon! The steak
tartare was not good at all. It had lots of gristle in it and was too coarsely ground.
As you can imagine tartare is either really fantastic when made with high quality ingredients or it is really bad when poorly made. This was definitely one of those
bad times. Even the frites weren't browned as they should have been. Maybe it was just an off day but those days shouldn't exist at a place like LaBaguette.
never disappointed with La Baguette - has been a long time favorite restaurant of mine; the ambiance and décor is perfect; pastry shop next door filled with delicious cakes and French treats; sunday brunch is also to die for.
Great reception and we were seated promptly at reservation time. Service was excellent, professional but friendly. It was New Years Eve so there were some pre fixe dinners that looked inviting. Food was good but slightly below desired temperature. Nice desert selections, and we selected Italian Crème Cake that was superb.
I registered through OpenTable a few hours before dinner.
When I arrived, it was closed and had been all day.
I will give the restaurant good marks because it is a good restaurant and this is the only way I can communicate with you.
Everything was fantastic. I had the French onion soup, petite filet portofino with sauteed mushrooms, and shared the chocolate mousse cake. The French onion soup was one of the best I've ever had. Filet was cooked perfectly and the portofino preparation had excellent flavor. I could have gotten away with my own piece of cake rather than sharing. Our server was great, very knowledgeable about the menu. Pricing was good for the quality of food. We will definitely be going back!
I had a really nice chicken & mushroom crepe, and my husband the trout. Both items are available in a petit portion (half the regular), which is perfect. For an appetizer we ordered the hearts of palm with burrata and walnuts which was good, but the burrata seemed more just mozzarella than burrata, although the salad was good, the cheese was not burrata.
We ended with a bread pudding and caramel sauce; very good.
Ben did a wonderful job managing the bistro. It was a very nice evening.
My recent experience at La Baguette was lovely! Our waiter was delightful - a young Frenchman who has been in the States about a year and a half; the food was delicious!!
The noise was painful, however. I guess that's what happens in a popular restaurant.
Most of our friends like the place a lot more than we do. We've been several times because our friends want to go there and we feel like there must be something we are missing. After several attempts, perhaps we are correct. It's just okay. It's not bad, but it's not outstanding either.
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