Jul 6, 2008

Nunu's Mediterranean Cafe & Market




Nunu's Mediterranean Cafe & Market
3131 B West Memorial Road OKC, OK
phone: 405.751.7000

Last week when my family and I were driving home I noticed a sign from the road that said "Nunu's Mediterranean Cafe". I was eager to try it next time we went out well, tonight was that night. I always have my husband go in to restaurants first to check things out before I drag my son and myself out of the car, he knows my taste very well. He came back and told me 'yea, lets go'. He told me it was Lebanese and I was excited to eat Arabic food (some that I do not have to cook). See, this is the first time we have been able to eat Arabic food since leaving DC and we miss it so very bad.

As soon as I walked in the door I was amazed at the beautiful decor. Marble tables, a small Arabic/French market in the back, the cleanliness, just everything about it I loved. My husband and I ordered the sampler plate which consisted of a little bit of everything. Ya Allah, it was amazing! Each bite was better then the last. And I even got to get some baklava for dessert (to bad they do not serve Turkish coffee though).

And what was really nice was the owner's, they were amazing women. I enjoyed speaking with them. I could not even dare to believe their store was only four months old. I highly recommend anyone who is in the Oklahoma City area to go to Nunu's asap. I just wish they stayed open later (they close at 8 pm on Saturday). That's not good for night owls like my family.

I took a few pictures of the food and spice racks with my cell. Sorry the quality does not look that good but my cell does not even have a flash and it was rather dim.

Grade: A (good luck and keep up the good work)!

3 fabulous comments:

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Anonymous said...

What a wonderful restaurant. The food was so original, home made and tasty. I love Lebanese food and I think I found the jack-pot. The various foods offered are extraordinary. I suggest you try it.

Anonymous said...

Try 'Camillya's' at Hefner and N. May in Oklahoma City... so good! The best I've had in Oklahoma!