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Best Mediterranean restaurant


6014 N. May

This marks the fourth consecutive win for Zorba’s, and it’s easy to understand why with its hummus, gyros and grilled skewers. Everything is packed with authentic flavors, and the service is always exceptional. On the weekends, enjoy watching traditional belly and Flamenco dancers while you eat. 2. Mediterranean imports & deli, 5620 N. May 3. Nunu’s Mediterranean Cafe, 3131 W. Memorial Worth mentioning: Couscous Cafe, Camilya’s Mediterranean Cafe

Best Indian restaurant


4559 N.W. 23rd

With its great service and seemingly unending buffet options, it’s no surprise this is the third time Gopuram has topped this category. Open since 1994, the restaurant prides itself on serving up authentic, ethnic eats. Try the buffet to get a nice sample of Northern and Southern cuisine. 2. Taj Cuisine of india, 1500 N.W. 23rd 3. Misal of india, 580 Ed Noble Parkway, Norman Worth mentioning: Khazana Indian Grill and Buffet, Ajanta Cuisine of India

Best Japanese restaurant


4315 N. Western

Even as you watch the chef prepare your fried rice on the hibachi, you’ll still wonder what they put in it to make it taste so delicious. Whether you’re in for the hibachi grill fun or ordering sushi, you’re sure to enjoy the stellar service and patio dining. 2. sushi Neko, 4318 N. Western 3. shogun steakhouse of Japan, 11900 N. May Worth mentioning: Tokyo Japanese Restaurant, Saii Asian Bistro, Shiki Japanese Restaurant, Yamato Japanese Steakhouse

Best Chinese restaurant 


2701 N. Classen Blvd.

Both elegant and casual at once, the Grand House boasts delectable Cantonese-style cooking that does magnificent things with meats and veggies. On weekends, enjoy the traditional dim sum, when carts loaded with plates of single portions visit tables throughout the meal. 2. golden palace, 1500 S. Meridian 3. dot Wo, 10600 S. Penn and 3101 N. Portland Worth mentioning: Lido, China House

Best Thai restaurant


211 W. Main, Norman

Tucked away in lovable Norman lives the best little Thai house in the metro. Well, according to Gazette readers it does. From traditional decor to traditional dishes, this restaurant has those exotic flavors you’ve been craving. Try the po-pia tod (Thai spring rolls) or its pra ram, chicken or tofu sauteed in garlic with its homemade peanut-curry sauce. 2. Thai House, 500 N.W. 23rd 3. sala Thai, 1614 N.W. 23rd Worth mentioning: Thai Kitchen, Thai Palace

Best Vietnamese restaurant 


2518 N. Military

Get there early so you’ll have time to review the extensive menu. If you’re in the mood to try a sampling, make sure to check out the dinner special. You’ll get started with soup and some fresh-made egg rolls, then you’ll have your choice of one of the most popular entrees. Trust us: At Lido, you’ll leave full, happy and with leftovers. 2. pho lien Hoa, 901 N.W. 23rd 3. pho’Nomenal, 7504 N. May Worth mentioning: Pho Cuong, Coriander Cafe


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