This weekend, I went to Tulsa to spend some time with my son, Ryan. One of his favorite places to eat is Cafe Ole, which is located in the Brookside area of Tulsa. Brookside is a great neighborhood that is full of some interesting non-chain restaurants and shops. We had a wonderful dinner here once before and decided to go Saturday for brunch.
It's a small place with a few indoor tables,with the main dining area being a large covered patio. It's truly a great spot to sit and enjoy some unique Southwest inspired dishes. They also serve beer and some tasty Margarita's, which we did not take partake of this visit.
I ordered the Breakfast Burrito, which was a large flour tortilla filled with scrambled eggs, chorizo, Monterey jack cheese and green chiles and topped with their Ranchero sauce. I chose Ole Browns as my side, which were nice chucks of potatoes that were roasted in some great seasonings. Ryan ordered a cheese quesadilla for his meal and we both cleaned our plates.
They start you off with chips and salsa. The salsa is good, but the chips are just so-so in my book. They taste store bought to me, but their website says that they are home made. The last time we ate there we started with their Ole Chile Con Queso, a nice blend of Monterey Jack cheese, cream cheese, onion and spices. The dip is really different and good.
They are located at 3509 S. Peoria Tulsa, OK 74105 918-745-6699. It's a nice place to eat and the food is great.