Jamil's Steakhouse-Oklahoma

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  • 4910 N Lincoln Blvd

    Oklahoma City, OK 73105

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  • 405-525-8352

About Jamil's Steakhouse-Oklahoma

Hours
mon 11:00 am-02:00 pm, tue 11:00 am-02:00 pm, wed 11:00 am-02:00 pm, thu 11:00 am-02:00 pm, fri 11:00 am-02:00 pm, sat 05:00 pm-11:00 pm, sun Closed-Closed

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Went to this place after reading other reviews thinking it was going to be good...boy was I wrong. I ordered a steak and it came out pretty quick but as far as taste is concerned, it had a funky taste to it and I could tell that the meat was old because it tasted like it was soaked in water for 2 days then dipped in salt. The menu was also very limited. I Ordered a coffee and desert after, hoping it would salvage the meal but it failed to do so. The coffee tasted burned and the desert tasted like it was sitting in the freezer for about a week. As far as the environment, the restaurant is confused. On the one hand it has a trendyish NY villiage type look mixed with a look you would find in a midtown manhatten Irish bar. The doors in the place look like ones you would see on a cruise ship giving you the impression that once you exit them you will be staring at the open sea. Pricewise the menu is overpriced compared to other steak houses. The staff are friendly and helpful. Overall I give it 3 out of 10.

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Went to this place after reading other reviews thinking it was going to be good...boy was I wrong. I ordered a steak and it came out pretty quick but as far as taste is concerned, it had a funky taste to it and I could tell that the meat was old because it tasted like it was soaked in water for 2 days then dipped in salt. The menu was also very limited. I Ordered a coffee and desert after, hoping it would salvage the meal but it failed to do so. The coffee tasted burned and the desert tasted like it was sitting in the freezer for about a week. As far as the environment, the restaurant is confused. On the one hand it has a trendyish NY villiage type look mixed with a look you would find in a midtown manhatten Irish bar. The doors in the place look like ones you would see on a cruise ship giving you the impression that once you exit them you will be staring at the open sea. Pricewise the menu is overpriced compared to other steak houses. The staff are friendly and helpful. Overall I give it 3 out of 10.

Pros: plenty of parking

Cons: poor food and ambience

Editorial from

Established in 1964 in what was once a house, Jamil's has creaky floor boards that contrast with the crisp white table linens, and the attentive service reminds us of the manners of yesteryear. Signature menu items include Lebanese…

 

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