The four of us ate at the Skyline Restaurant yesterday evening for dinner, since it was conveniently located in central OKC.
We got there about 1700, and left about 1810. The restaurant was nearly empty the entire time.
We sort of regressed in time eating here, the place reminded me greatly of the restaurants that I had eaten in with my family during summer trips back in the 70s. The architecture, the food, the service, and the servers were all right out of those restaurants. Both Raegan and I were marveling at that.
Raegan got fried cod fish. She said it was OK. It came with really good peaches; they had a bit of nutmeg in them. There were two other sides.
Ian got a cheeseburger and tater tots. The burger was decent, the tots very good.
I a chicken fried steak. The steak I do not think was breaded there; it was too consistent. It wasn’t too bad, mostly tender and good flavor. The gravy was very good. It came with three sides. I got mashers, made from former baked potatoes, green beans, and cottage cheese, all good.
I can’t remember what Erin got; I’ll ask her later.
The tea was good, as was the DP Ian got.
The check was something like $33, which I think was a pretty good value.
Notes: Skyline is cash only. There is an ATM in the restaurant.
They have a smoking section; it’s in the back of the place, so we didn’t have to walk through it. We sat in the front of the building, and didn’t smell any smoke, which is good.