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.
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: 8779181675
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
We were there for a birthday and were gr ...
We were there for a birthday and were greeted and promptly seated. Service was very attentive and fun. They took time to go over several questions on the specials. Cake was a great event and food was delicious. Overall great experience.
Most of our friends like the place a lot ...
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.
We recently went there for my daughter's ...
We recently went there for my daughter's birthday. The service was excellent. I ordered the chicken and mushroom crepes and my daughter ordered the beef bourgingnon so we could try each others. We both agreed that the crepes were excellent! The beef was ok, but I probably wouldn't order it again. My son had some sort of a burger that had eggs and peppers and he said it was very good!
I picked LaBaguette because of their des ...
I picked LaBaguette because of their desserts, which are the best in town. The hardest decision was which one to pick! Their food is excellent as well, I got crepes and my husband got the trout - all excellent. Our server was wonderful also. Outstanding!
An exceptional dining experience. Servi ...
An exceptional dining experience. Service was super and the food was spectacular. It is, most definitely, the best French Bistro in the OKC metro area, and in our view among the top 3 places to eat in the area. Love the place! Great steaks, amazing desserts.
My sisters, nieces and grand nieces try ...
My sisters, nieces and grand nieces try to meet for breakfast once a month to bond. La Baguette was the location for this month and everyone loved it . They raved about the decor and our server was excellent and especially patience with our 2 year old . We were a loud and I apologize for that. But overall a wonderful time was had by all .
Great if you aren't in a hurry
We love this place, but must always remember they get busy and service can be slow. (Not bad service, mind you, just a little slow)
The crepes are a great choice and that's something we tend to order. We took our two vegetarian friends and they had no trouble finding awesome choices.
Solid choice. Doesn't look like much from the outside, but inside is adorable and charming. Feels like a restaurant that would be in a much larger city.
Service was verrrrry slow. Thought of it ...
Service was verrrrry slow. Thought of it as a good thing when we first got there...since we wanted a nice long & romantic evening out, but then became annoyed. Our drinks were empty for lonnng periods of time, we didn't get a steak knife delivered with our steak, & my food was cold (I got the veggie sandwich). Things like that make the long check backs to our table a disappointment. I just had them box up my food to-go since my date was finished with his meal before they checked back to see how we were doing. They gave us a free ($3.50) dessert and I never ended up getting my last ordered glass of wine.
Atmosphere was okay. Some booth and table placements are awkward & the music is so soft that it's hard not to overhear other tables' conversations over yours. Probably won't be going back anytime soon..which is a bummer because LaBaguette was once one of our favorite special occasion spots :(
Enjoying a Leisurely Lunch
A dear friend and colleague and I, enjoyed a leisurely lunch at La Baguette, recently. Our waitstaff, a gentleman, took our orders in a timely way and was solicitous but not cloying. We enjoyed our entrees. My friend had a lunch salad and I enjoyed one of their burgers. Both entrees were satisfying and both were very filling. There were other tables and booths in proximity, but the conversation levels were low and everyone seemed to be having an intimate and enjoyable meal, as were we. We chatted for almost two hours without intrusions. This was a satisfying excursion with good, fresh, properly seasoned food, a lovely ambiance that was not stuffy, but pleasantly attentive to our needs without being intrusive. La Baguette continues to be one of my favorite neighborhood restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Viva la Baguette!
A Recent Lunch at La Baquette
Recently, I enjoyed a leisurely lunch with a dear friend. It was lovely in every respect. One of my long-time server/friends accommodated us with a lovely, private booth, with a view of the
street, but not near the front door. Our server was spot on, attentive but not cloying, nor overly present. My guest and I started by sharing a salmon plate...fresh, light and yummy with a glass of white wine for (my guest). I thoroughly enjoyed the chicken crepes as my main course and my guest enjoyed the house burger immensely. Because I was full, but didn't want to "miss dessert", I took a sponge cake with pineapple and filled with lots of cream in the layers, home, and devoured it later in the evening...absolutely delicious!
La Baguette hit a "luncheon home run" and I will look forward to other opportunities to dine during a future breakfast, lunch, or dinner. "Viva La France!"
A wine-dinner pairing at La Baguette is delightful
While we enjoy casual dinners at LaBaguette, their speicial wine dinners are really great. The one we had this evening was wonderful with a superior selection of courses matched with a nice combination of red and white wines. Dessert and port were exceptional. Michel and Alain do it right!
We have always loved La Baguette for Sunday brunch. It is now a favorite lunch spot. Our service was a little slow for a work-day lunch; the food more than makes up for it, however. A fabulous dining experience! You have to try the chocolate mousse cake; worth every bite!
A Quiet Night for a Delicious Meal
My friend and I enjoyed a delicious, early dinner prior to going to a concert. Our server "Jeb", I believe, was, attentive and steered us towards excellent choices. I started with the delicious crab salad, followed by the "small plate" trout. My friend enjoyed a pasta dish. I enjoyed the sauvignon blanc that complimented my seafood choices. Service was attentive but not cloying or intrusive.
There was only one mishap by another server. (When I made the reservation, I asked for a quiet booth for me and my guest, for talking.) There was only one other couple in the dining room, in a spacious booth, when I arrived. The young server tried to seat us at a tiny table with chairs (in between two booths). I told him that was not acceptable and reiterated my original request, pointing to one of many empty booths that could accommodate us. He made the change. But that should not have happened.
Nonetheless, we will return. Jeb was great, and our food was delicious and served in a timely, nonintrusive manner. Viva La France!
Bistro at its best
Classic bistro food to perfection; we both had filets, cooked perfectly to order, with an original and delicious side of "pommes a tròis". Only negative was too-close seating along the wall, especially since an adjoining able of 10 or 12 was too close and loud for any intimate conversation.
French cuisine and more
My wife and I ate here for the first time on a Saturday night in December. We wanted to eat a place close to the wedding we needed to attend in the Village at 7:00 pm. I made a reservation at 5:30 pm. Our service was slow enough that we did not leave the restaurant until 6:45 pm. That was after we turned down an offer of dessert at 6:35 pm. Next time, we will allow more time to dine.
The food was excellently cooked and arranged on the plate. We started with the roasted beets appetizer. Chopped roasted beets mixed with onions in an oil-based dressing were formed into a small cylinder. The chef wrapped two thin strips of cucumber around the beet mixture. It was served with a sprinkle of cheese and sunflower seeds on top and some small toasts.
Our entrees came with soup or salad. She got the Caesar salad, while I got the bistro salad. She loves Caesar salad, and this one met her standards. I got the house vinaigrette dressing on the bistro salad. There was enough dressing to make it tasty but not so much that it overwhelmed everything else. Having two grapes is a nice addition to the mix of flavors in the salad. There was also complimentary french bread. We did not think it was anything special, though. Even though they claim to bake it in their restaurant, it doesn't taste much better than what you would find at a local grocery store bakery. In particular, it was served at room temperature.
For our entrees, we had both of the specials. She got the veal chop with dijon gravy, polenta, and asparagus. I got the baked grouper with mussels over rice with tomato and fennel stew. It was decorated with two fried spinach leaves; they were fun to eat! I asked for a substitution of whipped turnip potatoes instead of rice and was not charged extra. The tomato and fennel stew was a nice complement for the grouper.
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