SoChey Jazz Cafe

★★★☆☆
  • Third Street and S. Cheyenne Avenue

    Tulsa, OK 74103

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  • 918-295-0177

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First visit to SoChey Jazz was memorable. We all had different lunch selections and all were pleased (8 of us!) Service was excellent and the food was fresh and appetizing. I'm taking clients there again today.

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First visit to SoChey Jazz was memorable. We all had different lunch selections and all were pleased (8 of us!) Service was excellent and the food was fresh and appetizing. I'm taking clients there again today.

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What unique dishes cooked to perfection. A hip jazzy cozy atmosphere. Wonderful! Elegant ingredient choices that are new in this area. A great addition to Tulsa's revamp of downtown. This is the best new restaurant in Tulsa.

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What unique dishes cooked to perfection. A hip jazzy cozy atmosphere. Wonderful! Elegant ingredient choices that are new in this area. A great addition to Tulsa's revamp of downtown. This is the best new restaurant in Tulsa.

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I came upon the review of SoChey Jazz Caf by Rhonda M. quite by accident. As I read it, I could only wonder if Rhonda really existed, or if she does, where was she when she experienced what she wrote about in her review. I can only conclude that the experience of the ice storm had affected her so much that nobody would have been able to please her that day??and, further, I have empathy for her husband and the toddler she brought to the restaurant. Personally, I have dined at the SoChey Caf three times and have had only good experiences. My wife and I have taken guests with us on each of our three visits, and they also reported great satisfaction with the service, food, and atmosphere. As to her remark about the coffee, being charitable, I can only say she must have let her own bitterness about her life also work on her taste buds. She obviously has no appreciation whatsoever for good coffee. SoChey serves Topka coffee, the finest; and via French Press at the table. Rhonda said ??Do not waste your money!? I say, do not waste your time listening to Rhonda. Again, being as charitable as I can, I must assume she was just having a bad day, or maybe even a bad life, and wanted to project her state upon whomever she encountered wherever she happened to be. She was very unfair. I suggest that you ignore Rhonda and enjoy the SoChey Caf.

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I came upon the review of SoChey Jazz Caf by Rhonda M. quite by accident. As I read it, I could only wonder if Rhonda really existed, or if she does, where was she when she experienced what she wrote about in her review. I can only conclude that the experience of the ice storm had affected her so much that nobody would have been able to please her that day??and, further, I have empathy for her husband and the toddler she brought to the restaurant. Personally, I have dined at the SoChey Caf three times and have had only good experiences. My wife and I have taken guests with us on each of our three visits, and they also reported great satisfaction with the service, food, and atmosphere. As to her remark about the coffee, being charitable, I can only say she must have let her own bitterness about her life also work on her taste buds. She obviously has no appreciation whatsoever for good coffee. SoChey serves Topka coffee, the finest; and via French Press at the table. Rhonda said ??Do not waste your money!? I say, do not waste your time listening to Rhonda. Again, being as charitable as I can, I must assume she was just having a bad day, or maybe even a bad life, and wanted to project her state upon whomever she encountered wherever she happened to be. She was very unfair. I suggest that you ignore Rhonda and enjoy the SoChey Caf.

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We visited SoChey in mid-February 2008 when severe storms in the Dallas area grounded our flight in Tulsa. The decor was comfortable and attractive (although the bathroom doors opened into the dining room).The wait staff was friendly, but slow.My husband had a steak, which was good, but a bit undercooked. He loves rare steak, but this steak was beyond rare.I had the roasted chicken. It bled on my plate. (Perhaps the kitchen needs to recalibrate its meat thermometers?) I sent it back to the kitchen, they poured more sauce over it and sent it back out. (I'm not convinced that they cooked it more.) The chicken continued to bleed. The sides were salty and unremarkable. The chef came out to explain that the chicken was perfectly safe, but I was unwilling to feed raw meat to myself and my toddler, so they took away the chicken. After a long wait, they brought out a boneless chicken breast that was very well done. It was chewy. I've had better chicken at a 24-hour roadside diner. When the bill came, they charged us for the chicken and sides that I sent back to the kitchen, but did not charge us for the boneless chicken. At the very least, they should have offered to throw in a complimentary dessert or free coffee. (That reminds me...the coffee is awful. Don't order it.) I would not recommend this restaurant. The food is mediocre and overpriced, the wait staff is friendly, but incompetent, and the chef will argue with you if you don't find the food satisfactory.

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We visited SoChey in mid-February 2008 when severe storms in the Dallas area grounded our flight in Tulsa. The decor was comfortable and attractive (although the bathroom doors opened into the dining room).The wait staff was friendly, but slow.My husband had a steak, which was good, but a bit undercooked. He loves rare steak, but this steak was beyond rare.I had the roasted chicken. It bled on my plate. (Perhaps the kitchen needs to recalibrate its meat thermometers?) I sent it back to the kitchen, they poured more sauce over it and sent it back out. (I'm not convinced that they cooked it more.) The chicken continued to bleed. The sides were salty and unremarkable. The chef came out to explain that the chicken was perfectly safe, but I was unwilling to feed raw meat to myself and my toddler, so they took away the chicken. After a long wait, they brought out a boneless chicken breast that was very well done. It was chewy. I've had better chicken at a 24-hour roadside diner. When the bill came, they charged us for the chicken and sides that I sent back to the kitchen, but did not charge us for the boneless chicken. At the very least, they should have offered to throw in a complimentary dessert or free coffee. (That reminds me...the coffee is awful. Don't order it.) I would not recommend this restaurant. The food is mediocre and overpriced, the wait staff is friendly, but incompetent, and the chef will argue with you if you don't find the food satisfactory.

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