Rococo on Penn
The Clam Chowder (say “Chowda” when ordering) is always a crowd pleaser along with exotic dishes such as Hawaiian Poke, Escargot and Rococo Cookies which are savory (not sweet) bites of various flavors.
There’s a lot of chophouse fare are Rococo as well. Steaks, Pork and Duck are always on the menu. Because Rococo is chef-driven, the menu changes seasonally and multiple daily features are the norm. Rococo also has Vegan and Gluten-Free options.
Served with a brie cookie
Made with Pernod and fennel
Our New England clam fry, old bay aioli, lettuce & tomatoes
We finally ventured out to a restaurant, everyone working was wearing a mask and tables are socially distanced. The drinks and food were amazing as always. Best crab cake in town, mussels were delish and we shared the chicken piccata which was also very good. It was good to see one of our favorite bartenders as well.
I took my family to Sunday brunch on 8/2/20 to celebrate my mom's birthday. Rococo never disappoints. The whole table ordered from the brunch menu. Everyone raved about the Crepes, Eggs Benedict, and French Toast. We'll be back soon.
Crab Cakes are amazing!!! Love salad amazing!!! Clam chowder amazing!!! Meatballs so so good!! We love Rococo and would recommend going!!! Very nice experience!
My husband and I wanted to try a restaurant we had never been too. After searching Google, we found Rococo on Penn and chose to give them a try due to proximity to our hotel. The location has an industrial chic feel and the staff is beyond courteous. We were seated and immediately given water and TIME to peruse the menu (that rarely happens). Our server returned with the specials and took our drink order and appetizer order. After approximately 10 minutes, she returned and asked about our dinner order. To my delight, my "filthy" martini was made to perfection, which rarely occurs. My husband had Oysters on the half shell for an appetizer and mussels in fettuccini (entree) and I had a Caprese Filet... we were beyond impressed. The shellfish was succulent and the pasta was perfectly al dente. We will definitely return when in Oklahoma City. This hidden gem was a delightfully rare find!
My wife and I met on our first date at Rococo on Penn and last night we had a dinner date there to celebrate our third anniversary and our first dinner out together since our first baby was born. Everyone from the bartender to the waitstaff and hostess were incredible, even surprising us with a card congratulating us (which we sadly forgot on the table) and picked up our dessert. The food was as always just as incredible as ever.
Very disappointing. We've always enjoyed the excellent service and food. We have not been out to dinner since March (covid 19) and decided to take our family of 6. We were seated directly behind hostess stand. Hostess could hear our conversations. I'm not sure why we were seated in that spot because restaurant was empty.
Appetizers took 30 minutes. Server waited for 15 minutes after we finished apps to take our order. Food took an hour. There were probably 4 other tables in entire restaurant. $38 scallop/mushroom risotto. There were 3 small scallops. No one was impressed with their food and my side of brussel sprouts were very under cooked. None of us wanted to send anything back because of the delay. I don't know what was up the night we were there (Saturday), but I was very disappointed. We got there at 6:30 and didn't leave until 9:00. Terrible! Bruce Rhinehardt should be informed. He would not stand for this type of service or meal preparation from his kitchen.
First time out since quarantine started-it was great!
Place needs updating in dining room. Dark carpet and the red booths have been there FOREVER! Some updated flooring would be GREAT! Dark carpet Looked dirty. Waitress disappeared for at least 15 min and my husband wanted another drink.
Our favorite place!
Very good as usual. Love the cookies. Like eating with family.
This is the best of fine dining!!!
Set in a business casual atmosphere. You can count on a varied menu of the world's best cuisines, with prices quite modest, considering the quality and quantity of your order. I have never ordered anything that wasn't first class-top rated cuisine.
If you come to Rococo, expect the best, and I mean the best service. If it isn't on your table, it's because you didn't let the waitstaff know. Regular and irregular menu options make Rococo a perfect gathering place for a group with varying dinner needs.
Take my word, you will not regret having a lovely meal outing at Rococos!!!!
My husband and I had brunch with my mother and her dear friend. We all selected something different and everything was absolutely delicious! Our server was delightful and attentive. We had a wonderful brunch and we will definitely enjoy coming back to Rococo.
We had brunch with wonderful live music, excellent beef tip omelette, delicious bloody mary's ... an overall splendid experience.
Best Italian food in OKC, by far! Everything from the appetizers to the main course was fantastic!
It was fantastic. I like getting out for brunch once in awhile. I have been here before for brunch,and as always it was lovely. I just wish they would make a salsa (the pico was good, not the same) everything was beautiful and perfect though. Will definitely come again. Our server was fantastic and informative. Overall pretty good!
One of the best dinner spots in the mid-west! The passion of the head chef and staff is exuded in the quality and experience.
I found this place on Open Table. It was a quiet place. The crab cakes were fantastic !!!!!!
I had the chicken Parmesan and it was good. My only complaint was the smell of smoke when were arrived. We were seated in the bar area and that was the reason. They had a time limit on the tables, but I don't know if this is something they do just for Valentines Day wknd or all the time.
The crab cake is all it’s made out to be. Duck I wouldn’t order again but it was fine. Risotto was good not incredible. Go somewhere else for desert, chocolate cake thing was trash. It’s quiet, romantic, and service was great.
Had a great time will be back
Made dinner reservations for 9:45 on Valentine’s Day and instead of them giving me a call to notify me that they ran out of food, they let me drive my girlfriend we no longer had due to running out of food
Mediocre, overpriced food. Terrible service.
Food was great however it took us 2 hrs to get our food. We were seated 15 minutes later than our reservation time. The couple next to us received their meal at no charge in a carry out bag due to the length of time they had waited for their food.
It took almost 2 hours to get our food. It was busy, but we did not leave until 10:00.
Our waitress did not help with the situation, making jokes about the wait.
We ordered steaks, and they were just not good. No seasoning, and not cooked to the correct temperature requested.
The ambiance and wine is great, but everything else was not.
I highly doubt I come back.
Best part of dinner was the salad. My wife’s filet was bland. First bite of the crab cake was breading. Osso Bucco was flavorful on the outside. Mushrooms and Sweet Onions were very good.
I expect a restaurant to be slow on Valentine's Day. I also expect the wait staff to be busy. Unfortunately, that was just the beginning of our experience at Rococo. The waiter was rarely seen, and when he did emerge from the kitchen, he did, at most, one thing - maybe take an order, or fill some glasses, before he quickly retreated back to the kitchen. We saw other tables filled after we arrived, but served sooner. Our waiter never offered additional drinks after we finished our initial cocktails. He never checked back up on us. In fact, I had to flag him down just to get the ticket at the end of the night.
All of this would have been forgivable if the food had been fantastic. It wasn't. I had the grilled yellowfin tuna, and although it looked beautiful, it was terribly overcooked. The inside was dry and the fish was almost flavorless. The saffron rice was very nice, and thankfully provided the moisture that was robbed from the fish. Had our waiter been more diligent at our table, especially in filling our glasses, I might have not had as much time to ruminate on the poor quality and high prices of the food.
The restaurant itself is beautiful and intimate. With good service and properly cooked food, it would be a frequent date spot. Unfortunately, we were there for two hours, were only offered cocktails after we'd been there 15 minutes, and still hadn't seen a dessert menu. Not wanting to waste the remainder of our night waiting for dessert, we flagged down the waiter to get our check and make a quick escape.
I don't see us coming back. Sorry guys, you had your shot. If I'm going to spend over $100 on a date meal, I'll go to Vast.
Nice quiet restaurant with a good atmosphere. The service was good and we were able to sit and enjoy a meal without being hovered over. The fish and chips were great. Grilled salmon with as small for the price and the Parmesan was fine.
Appetizers were wonderful. Entrees were bad. I ordered a medium steak and got a medium well steak that was lukewarm. Wife ordered scallops and pasta and the pasta was overcooked. Not worth the$200 bill.
Dinner was good, the service friendly, and our reservations were promptly acknowledged. We were seated in short order. The restaurant is a little dated, which is either charming or off-putting depending on whether you think that era of styling is your cup of tea. Dinner was a bit slow to arrive, which was either surprising (because I ordered from the day’s specials) or not surprising (because it was Valentines Day). We had a glass of house Malbec, which was quite tasty. It was a busy night, but the patrons were respectful and the noise level remained fairly low. I felt the price of dinner was commensurate with the quality of food. The only thing that left us disappointed was the quality of the bread. For the quality and presentation of our meals, the bread struck both of us as chintzy. That said, we would definitely go to Rococo on Penn again.
Great place for a date night. Food is always great.
We went for Valentine's Day, it was our first time here; they seemed a little overwhelmed from a service standpoint; it appeared managers were helping to clear tables and bring out food. A wait staff person took our water bottle and never brought it back. Food (once it arrived)was very good except for my wife's broccolini being cold, crab cake and mushroom risotto were excellent. Probably best for a quiet occasion like an anniversary, wouldn't recommend it on days when likely to be busier.
We had a 4:30 V Day reservation. We didn't want to fight the crowds so we went early. Steak was as amazing! Crab cake was good! Shrimp scampi was good but the shrimp had the peel on it. Why butterfly the shrimp and steam it if it you don't peel it? Linguine & marina sauce that came with the shrimp was cold. Service was incredible slow. Disappointing.
I had the duck. I’ve had it many times, usually delicious. The skin on the pan seared breast was undercooked and rubbery. The confit leg was so over-cooked that it literally crumbled under my fork. The lobster bisque tasted like gumbo and the lobster pieces were noticeably undercooked. My husband hated the $22 crab cake appetizer...it tasted of nutmeg. I can’t imagine that it actually contained nutmeg, but every bite smelled like pie. My husband loved the filet, the mashed potatoes were delicious. The cheesecake dessert special was an obvious no-bake recipe, but it was tasty nevertheless. I hope it was an off night...a 4:30 reso on Valentines Day should have meant getting the A team...and before the rush hits even...but maybe. I’d recommend trying it out, but with s warning. The food is too expensive to be this inconsistent. I used to adore this place...
Great food service and care!
Short on wait staff, pricing doesn’t match menu, chicken parm had an extra up charge not identified on menu...
The only thing positive was the bartender. I feel a little bad for her. Eating there was like going to Ramsay's kitchen nightmares before he flips them. So if you must go there sit at the bar. Recommend going to metro or vast instead. Food quality abysmal....especially for price. Our waiter was MIA, pajama pant guy in kitchen was yelling and sarcastic. Yes we could hear him from our seats and saw pajama pant guy. The food...horrible. fish overcooked. They forgot our drink orders, soup, and the entree was did not have saffron like menu had written. My husband asked about why there was no saffron MIA waiter said that it's not on menu that way. My husband said yes it was that's why I ordered it. He said oh they must have substituted it with regular rice then. It is hard to list everything wrong with the place, but it isn't fine dining nor is it worth their prices. we will never go back. found out later the that pjs guy was the chef. Why can he come to work in his pjs?
Great experience, as usual. Love this place!
Had a great experience with delicious food and a great waitress!
We love this place so much! Had a lovely evening feasting on a variety of appetizers and delicious wine. Best place in town to sit at the bar and have a leisurely visit with friends.
Excellent, as usual.
Wonderful place to eat. Higher end price wise but plenty of items with a good price range. Crab cakes are amazing!!
Rococo on Penn does offer delivery in partnership with Postmates. Rococo on Penn also offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at (405) 528-2824.
Rococo on Penn is rated 4.5 stars by 791 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.