About Kitchen No. 324
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
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
Excellent food and outstanding service. Ate here for dinner, the fried chicken pot pie was awesome. The service was outstanding. Returned for breakfast the very next morning and got equally excellent service and food after a horrible experience at Mary Eddy's.
What a great find! Had one night in Bricktown and wanted something healthy, different, and inventive. Ran across this place on Trip Advisor and so glad I went. The menu runs from sandwiches to salmon. Hand crafted cocktails (Hemingway Lemonade was refreshing). My waitress, who was so helpful and attentive, helped me with my selection. I ended up with the special - salmon with quinoa with applewood bacon, topped with a curry cauliflower sauce. Best meal I've had in months!! I want to go back to OKC just to eat here again.
This was my third or fourth visit to Kitchen 324, and it proved a good choice to meet my "foodie" friend who is also a chef. The brunch options are great and our group enjoyed everything we ordered. There is something for everyone, whether you have a sweet tooth or not. Kitchen 324 is a great option any time of day!
The overall experience was good. The food was the best part other than my chicken did not look cooked completely as it was still red in the middle. Other than that the food was great. The service from being greeted to getting my check was pretty terrible. I had a reservation for just one person and they still made me wait even though there were multiple tables and seats open and clean. It took roughly 15 minutes for me to get my drink that I ordered and a refill on water. I felt like I was forgotten.
First timers! Dinner food was moderate to OK, fairly bland tasting for wife and I both. Bread and bakery products are excellent! Service is good. Tables are very, very uncomfortably close together (10 in at most) and have to move one to side to let others in next to you, difficult to have private conversation. We will not return nor recommend to others.
My wife and I went out to eat at Kitchen 324 for Valentines. It is part of the Good Egg family of restaurants, and we have many favs among them. The cocktails were outstanding, try the Hemingway. The food was very good, though the seating arrangement can be a little snug. All in all, had a wonderful evening.
Second time visiting this place, but first time for dinner. The Crab Toast is a homerun, it was my favorite part of the meal. The Hand Carved Petite Filet lacks of flavor and just a little bit undercooked. The Chicken Pot Pie it was good and the dessert and coffees were on point. Tables are too close to each other but the ambience is cool. Brunch is better than dinner.
Food was below par. My wife and I are once or twice a month customers, usually for brunch on Saturday mornings, but occasionally come for dinner. Last Friday (Jan. 27th), we came into the city for dinner; unfortunately we both had the steak, and both were completely unseasoned and a bit overdone. Side dishes were fine. However we ordered a slice of the chocolate cake, and we can only assume it was sitting out for some time, as one side of the slice was rock hard.
To be fair, our server offered our dessert to us at no charge, which we accepted. We are still fans of Kitchen 324, but going from previously having one of the best steaks I've ever had (months ago), to one of the plainest this time was a disappointment.
We recommend the brunch- always good.
Our first time there for Breakfast and we weren't disappointed at all. I highly recommend visiting the pastry bar and sharing it with someone in your group. Also, please ask the servers nicely, if they will heat it up before they bring it to your table. Oh and I won't ever forget Eddie, our server . He was absolutely polite, kind and smiled a lot. Thank you very much for a wonderful visit, hope to come back soon!
Was Looking for a restaurant close-in to downtown OKC for dinner and happened upon 324. Waiter was friendly and attentive (admittedly was a Tuesday) and food was really good. Had the chicken strudel to start and the beef dip, while my colleague, a pretty selective eater, had the salmon and enjoyed it. Would go back again and again when in town to try many more of what appeared to be great menu items. Highly recommend 324.
Where to park??
Hostess staff immediately answered and helped us w confusion of parking meter. Mngr? even offered and did take our parking validation to car and applied to windshield.
Website said we could park in Sandridge, which was not open.
Service and food great. Salmon a bit dry but good taste.
Will definitely return.
I hear Brunch is a treat!
From a cup of strong joe to fancy espresso drinks to wine and cocktails, pretty much any thirst can be slaked here. Breakfast dishes are fresh and clever while being so satisfying there's rarely any tummy room left for one of the highly tempting pastry offerings. Luckily the staff is more than happy to wrap up a croissant or two for take out.
This place has been on my list for a while. I've had a number of friends recommend it for both brunch and dinner. Everything on the menu sounds so delicious and the space itself is GORGEOUS, but I was wildly underwhelmed.
My husband and I met two friends there who had been before and loved it. We were so excited to try it! Our table tried the chocolate croissant, cinnamon roll, chai latte, black coffee, green eggs and ham (2 orders), open faced toast and a traditional breakfast.
The standouts were definitely the lattes and pastries. The entrees were all SO BLAND. My friends who'd been before didn't seem to think anything about the food being bland but as my husband had the same dish as one of them, I know for myself that it had no flavor. Same as mine. I don't know how you can have avocado, Gruyere and bechamel on something and it be bland, but they accomplished it.
There are so many great places in OKC to brunch - avoid this one!
This is our favorite spot in town for brunch. The open face toast is hard to beat. We had not, however, had an occasion to eat dinner here. It was lovely to be here when it wasn't crammed full of people. We enjoyed the ambiance and some one on one time with our server. My husband and I both had the crepe lasagna and it was delicious! We'll head back for dinner, soon.
This neighborhood gem stands out as the perfect Restaurant for foodies who like fresh ingredients and an innovative menu with a nod toward comfort food. The cusine is authentically delicious, even though it is unique and inspiring. It is so rare to find a modern dining experience that does so many things right!
I went to Kitchen 324 on Saturday morning with all of my best friends for my birthday and everything went perfectly. We all really enjoyed our food and our waiter was super nice and got us everything we needed. He also gave me a birthday donut with a candle and everything. Really great place, no doubt it's my favorite breakfast-lunch place in Oklahoma City.
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