Oklahoma City’s foodie scene is alive and well in the Asian District, where an influx of Vietnamese immigrants in the 1970s created a hub now known for its Asian fusion cuisine. Here you will find some of the best Asian restaurants in OKC, including authentic Vietnamese food that rivals any found this side of the Pacific.
The Asian District is best experienced through food, and it's hard to beat this traditional Vietnamese noodle soup. Favorites with the locals include Pho Cuong and Pho Lien Hoa.
The district's culinary influences travel far beyond Asian cuisine. Be sure to visit Cafe Kacao for a Guatemalan-style brunch. Or grab a cup of joe and a vegetarian meal from The Red Cup, another café that perfectly captures the bohemian and eclectic vibe of this district.
The Milk Bottle Building, located at 2426 N. Classen Blvd. along old Route 66, was built in 1930 and is an icon of the Mother Road in OKC. The 350-sqaure foot triangular building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
N.W. 23rd St. & Classen Blvd.
Of course, the guide above is just a sampling of what there is to taste, see and do in the district.