Stonehorse Cafe

(918) 712-7470 | View Website

1748 Utica Sq, Tulsa, OK | Directions   74114

36.131965 -95.964806

Open Hours

Tuesday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 11:00 PM

 
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Tags: Carry Out

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Reviews for Stonehorse Cafe

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Stonehorse Market!!! – Everything is made in-house with REAL ingredients; you can actually pronounce everything on the labels : ) ....And everything is YUMMY! Great selection of quality cheeses, jams, take-home entrees, etc. Cute packaging as well, so their goodies make wonderful gifts.

Did I mention the Ice Cream? And Sorbet??? Well, it's fabulous. All of it. Nothing better than homemade ice cream!

Last but certainly not least...The Granola. Yes, I meant to capitalize those letters. Stonehorse perfected "The Granola". My mother-in-law is now hooked on it & I am to blame : )

Check out Stonehorse Market in Utica Square today! It's right next to Stonehorse Cafe...Enjoy!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

I got burned, along with my food. – We ordered $70 ribeye steak "medium rare", and 1 hour later received a "well done" piece of meat (not even the slightest bit pink in any part). They admitted their error and returned 45 minutes later with a "medium-well" done ribeye (very slightly pink at the very center, but the rest was "well done").

This time they would not accept that they had overcooked it AGAIN. Instead they stood there and literally served the meat to me, from the platter to my plate, dropping the vegetables that topped the steak onto the table along the way, remarking how good it looked this time.

Despite me telling the waitress the second steak was overdone, AGAIN, she insisted it had been cooked to temperature - as she stared at a charred, grey, $70 piece of meat.

To be fair, they "comped" bread pudding dessert. But it wasn't $70 worth of bread pudding right?

2 and 1/2 hours for that. Would you ever go back?

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Can't find anything better- and I've tried ten different countries! – Clearly, from the ratings below, you can see Stonehorse Cafe has excelled on all levels... except for whoever gave it 1 star- because I have eaten there at least 3 times a week for 5 years and have never been disappointed. Every walk of life will find something fresh, made from scratch, and just for their liking. The menu changes daily... don't like anything on the menu?? Just ask! Stonehorse aims to please and has the talent to accomodate special orders even at their busiest rush. Tim Inman made this place unique from the very beginning, hand selecting local produce companies, choosing organic beef, and promising the most exclusive wine list anywhere in Oklahoma. Some personal favorites: the Stonehorse Blue Salad, the house cured salmon lox, the "truckstop meatloaf" and the beef tenderloin. Stonehorse even found a way to make beets taste good!! A++

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Run Like Hell – Don't come here. They told us to come back in 15 minutes when they would have a table for us. The place was packed so we weren't going to stand in the doorway. We went next door to shop, and when we came back exactly 15 minutes later, we were given the run around. They had no clue what had happened to our table, then admitted that they had just given it away. However, we could see open tables that they were supposedly reserving for other people (people that, while the tables were open for, they were not present to occupy) that hadn't arrived yet - they would not give us one of these tables.



The two hostesses were snotty and the long and the short of it is that while they would gladly give away our table to someone else, they wouldn't give away some other table that someone was not there for. We had a table dialed in for 15 minutes later, they knew we were coming back for it, and they still didn't give a cr@p whether we got seated. It was going to be an unholy wait after this if we wanted to stand around waiting for someone to leave, so we left and plan never to return.



Their food consists mostly of salty pizzas with arcane Mediterranean toppings. If you want a big, sweaty pizza caked in goat cheese, sea salt, and squishy peppers, on a timetable that is up to the airheaded hosts, this is your place. So stick to Hideaway, at least they are not pretentious and are impartial in how they serve you.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best hamburger in Tulsa and London. – I just returned from staying at The Stafford Hotel in London. The Stafford is touted as having the best hamburger in London and I love great hamburgers (actually, I am somewhat of a hamburger expert). The whole truth and nothing but the truth is that The Stafford's hamburger (#19) is not as good as the hamburger served daily at Stonehorse. So save a long trip and have yourself a Tim Inman hamburger (about $8 bucks) the next time you are at Utica Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Never fails! – Oh my! We had another great meal at Stonehorse Cafe this weekend -- Chef Inman never disappoints. My mother and I shared the steak tartar for starters; my husband had the "Blue" salad (did you know you can get a 1/2 order of a salad?); both were wonderful. The pate is also tasty -- definitely an appetizer to share.

Our server, Haeberley, was wonderful -- attentive but not smothering, she knew the menu and provided guidance (more on that later). The Manhattan made with Maker's Mark is the best I've ever had; the wine list is well composed and the staff knowledgeable about food and wine pairing.

My husband had the halibut -- pretty much the signature dish on the menu; it was perfect (as it always is). My parents had huge grilled pork chops -- beautifully cooked to medium, served with panzanella salad on top. They were very impressed. I was going to have the duck breast until Haeberley steered my towards an item that wasn't on the menu -- duck meatballs with gnocchi in a truffle butter sauce with shaved truffle on top. OH MY GOODNESS! What a little bowl of heaven. The gnocchi are house made -- and whoever makes the pasta knows how to do it to perfection. Light and fluffy, pan fried at the end for a little crunch. I'll continue to thrown myself at the mercy of our server when we return -- if there are other surprises as good as these, I can't wait to find them!

We love Stonehorse for the atmosphere -- I love that we can get great food in a restaurant where we feel comfortable; it's not stuffy or pretentious in the least -- but it's the fabulous food that will keep us coming back again and again.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Food in T-Town! – Having eaten at Stonehorse since they first opened, the food just gets better and better. Having worked at this restaurant yrs. ago, I know they use high quality ingredients & Chef Inman always creates delicious dishes! Having moved away from the Tulsa area a few yrs. ago, I always make sure to visit Stonehorse to get my fix! I love taking Tulsa newbies to Stonehorse to promote the city's wonderful restaurant fare, making sure to add that I think it's the best "nice" restaurant in town. It's a nice atmosphere w/o trying too hard. People complain that the service can be slow, but I know that means they're making my meal for me right then instead of earlier in the day & reheating it. Yes, there is prep early in the day, but for the most part, everything is cooked fresh to be served fresh. The wine list is great & I've never had anything from the menu that I didn't love. The Thai chicken salad w/ pnut sauce & pistachio-crusted halibut w/ rock shrimp, leeks, white wine & a touch of cream stay favorites every time! The Vietnamese noodle bowl is also fabulous. Chef Inman even turned me into a mussel lover after his staff forced me to try his after I protested that mussels were icky. If you're craving comfort food, try the truckstop meatloaf. & Yes, you will have leftovers!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Honest food with the BEST ingredients – Eating here is so much fun. Very earthy menu, and the best ingredients you can find in the area. Chef Tim has a retail outlet around back where they sell the very same wonderful seafood, meats, poultry, cheese and in-house made treats (try the goat cheese terrine!!) which he uses in the dining room.

Search out this place while in Tulsa, it's more than worth it. Stone Horse is up there on a National level, and is a welcome oasis in such a "gravy over fried stuff" town (or state for that matter).

Living in Houston, I actually miss this superb restaurant.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Tulsa Restaurant – Never had anything that wasn't incredible. As a local I have eaten at every place in town. If you want to go somewhere special and know you will have something spectaular, this is the place.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Always a great meal – I've been to Stonehorse several times and always love the food. The bacon and goat cheese salad is fantastic. I've never been disappointed with the entrees. The service can be slow but overall - definitely worth the trip. I think it's one of the better places in Tulsa.

 

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