The metro has been around for a long time. While always great for dinner, I forget what a terrific lunch Place it can you be. I enjoyed the duck salad. Just a great place.
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One of the best deals going in the OKC restaurant scene is the Sunday evening fixed price menu at the Metro .For $28.00 per person , the meal consists of a salad, entrée and dessert. While there is only on choice of each, the individual...More
We had a party of 7 and were met upon arrival by Laveryl, Chris Lower's lovely wife. We were seated promptly and had a great waiter and everyone had a lovely meal as well as dessert so we could make our way downtown. Their liver...More
Great service and friendly staff. The ambiance is quiet and romantic. Our appetizers, entrees and dessert were all delicious. Definitely one of the nicer places to dine in OKC.
Located in a Nicholls Hills, the Metro is a very romantic restaurant with mainly a local clientele. We had dover sole and veal liver which was outstanding. Be sure and order the angel hair onion rings as a side. They were the best onion rings...More
We eat here two or three times a month. My wife usually orders salmon or steak. I always order the Dover sole. The beet salad and the vichyssoise are both delicious. We have never had a disappointment. Drinks are served quickly, they have an excellent...More
We met 2 other couples for dinner last night. We all enjoyed delicious entrees, wine and lovely atmosphere. Our server was very knowledgeable, made several great menu suggestions, was pleasant and professional. I hadn't been there in several years - it was just as good...More
We gathered with six friends to celebrate my husband's birthday. It was just a lovely evening in every way. The ambiance of the French Country, oaky decor with lights on dimmers is comfortably cozy and not stuffy. The food is first rate and the wine...More
My wife and I have been here on several occasions and recommend dining here! The design is older but very comfortable. Some of the newer "fine dining" restaurants are loud and feel rushed, the Metro remains eloquent and quite. The service is excellent and the...More