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Pepperoni Grill, Edmond, OK

4 July 2016

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Raegan and Erin and I had dinner here last evening. We have been to the location in Penn Square Mall several times, and had expectations for this location. They were met.

We started with a very good Caesar salad. I had chicken parmesan (with a side of fettuccine al fredo), Raegan chicken fettuccine al fredo, and Erin tortellini florentine. All of this was excellent. The chicken parm was plump and perfectly cooked, and the al fredo was excellent. The only real complaint I would have is that the chicken with Raegans al fredo was sliced and grilled, instead of being diced, sauteed, and tossed with the pasta. It was also a bit overgrilled.

The place wasn’t very crowded. The iced tea was pretty good, and service was quite attentive. Our check was $71.21; a bit on the expensive side for three, but OTOH, we all went home with a lunch for today (very unusual, if you know my appetite! 🙂 ).

Pepperoni Grill, Penn Square Mall, Oklahoma City, OK

27 March 2010

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We had dinner here Thursday with some friends. There used to be a couple of the Pepperoni Grills around the metro area, but this is the last one left. We had not eaten at this restaurant for a couple years at least.

We ordered Bruscetta to start. The bread was wonderful! Toasted and crunchy, with just the right amount of garlic. The tomatoes were fresh and excellent.

R2 and I got chicken marsala. We both thought it was pretty good. Jackie got chicken risotto, and Trace got the soup and salad. The Ceasar salad looked really good; none was left. Olivia and Ian got fettuccine alfredo; Ian had chicken in his. He said it was very good. Erin got cheese ravioli and liked it, although she didn’t finish it since she was in near-constant chatter mode.

The iced tea was good and kept refilled. Our check for seven (four adults, one cranky teenager, and two terribly cute girls) was $86.58. The service was pretty good as well. You get some really nice crusty bread, and Balsalmic vinegar and oil to dip it in, reallly good.

I think the meal was decent value – when I first saw the check, it took me a second to realize that there were seven of us instead of the usual four. We might want to eat here again, in less than five more years.