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5820 N. Classen Blvd., Ste. 1 Send to Phone
This restaurant creates raw and “living” cuisine that is both intellectually fascinating and completely tasty.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES 105degrees Cafe Restaurant Review

: 105degrees Café features vegan cuisine that is either raw or has not been heated above 105 degrees. Diners must remind themselves of this fact often however, since the kitchen seems to work magic concocting delectable dishes within these constraints. Start off your meal with a tasty drink option like the creamy Emerald Bali made with almond milk, mango and Thai chilies or the Southern Belle, a twist on a mint julep made with saké and Prosecco. We suggest the tasty bell pepper and mushroom ceviche served atop cool avocado purée as an appetizer. The portobello burger is a great choice for those who are new to the raw cuisine concept; it's both satisfying and wholly different from any other burger in town. Served open-face on a nut-based “bun,” it's paired with apple cider vinegar coleslaw and addictive crunchy cheddar kale “chips.” Be sure to save room for the decadently rich mud pie dessert. Guided by notable chef Matthew Kenney, 105degrees Café has truly expanded the range of Oklahoma City’s culinary offerings. Try this modern---yet welcoming---restaurant when you're searching for a refreshing break from standard gastronomic fare.


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