The steaks were fantastic! They made their own cheesecake, which was delicious! The service was always great.
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My wife and I read about Eddy's on the web while visiting Tulsa. I wanted steak, so we decided to give it a whirl. When we drove up to the place, the pink neon sign and the old windowless building almost turned us away. We...More
Eddy's looks a bit sketchy from the outside, and the inside probably hasn't been updated in 30 years, but the service is polite and attentive and the food is very good. All meals include tabouli, hummus and vegetables, a salad, a cabbage roll, a baked...More
Bull, the owner, manager, waiter is a trip. Worth going to Eddy's just to meet him. Fine steaks, great cabbage rolls, fantastic baked potatoes. Simple menu; house wine only, and a few cocktails. The humus and the tabouli are delicious! Lots of food for a...More
When we lived in Tulsa, pre-1975, this was our favorite place to eat steak and a favorite "date night" restaurant. It was always busy, there was delicious food, so plentiful I always brought steak home. (In those days we called "take home" a "doggy bag,"...More
I love steak and this is the best in Tulsa, hands down. I hope they never change the outside....as it is like a treasure box!
I am 72. Very generous portion of fine aged Rib Eye Steak. Supreme Cabbage rolls. Humus, with fresh cut carrots, green onions celery, Hot bread rolls. Cooked perfectly to your desire. Green salad is (only) OK, but you may ask to substitute it for a...More
Wonderful meat. Just don’t look at the outside, because want is on the inside that counts. You want leave hungry!
Remember that word: STEAK. Eddy's (Lebanese) Steakhouse is a Tulsa tradition. I am 70, and I went to Eddy's when I was a kid. Steaks are great! Ribeye Club is a monster! All meals come with Lebanese hor d'oeuvres (hummas, vegetables, taboli) and a cabbage...More
First off the steak in amazing and very large portions for the price. The staff is friendly and very helpful but the atmosphere was outdated in the 70's so you can only imagine how it looks now, the chairs are horribly uncomfortable and the place...More