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Tiffany's Restaurant ($) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
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101 S Main St
Noble, OK 73068 (Map & Directions)
(405) 872-7576

Cuisine:   American
Location: OklahomaCity > Noble
Delivery: No Attire: Casual Reservations:
Wifi: No Parking: Alcohol:
Good for Kids: Outdoor Seats: Payment: Accepts Credit Cards
 

User Reviews for Tiffany's Restaurant
james and dawn posted on 09/19/2013
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Some people are just not easy to please. I think this place is amazing. my husband of nine years took me to this place when we first started dating and I've been in love ever since. With the food of coirse and my husband. the food is awesome the proportions are even better than awesome for the price and the people there are home town friendly and we go back every chance we get.
James posted on 07/09/2013
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The heavy waiter with the earring was very rude and tried to start a confrontation with me because I tried to ask a question regarding the menu. He had a very poor attitude with me and my wife.
ds posted on 09/07/2012
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Disgusting food and the staff had attitude issue.
hazel posted on 06/12/2010
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Yes, this place is awesome. I was originally born in Purcell just south of Noble - but raised in California since 1956. So when I go back to visit my sister and family. I've never ate lunch/dinner here, but their breakfast is to die for and the gravy "without" sausage is exactly what I like. I was raised up with gravy using the bacon grease. Yum! In California, ya can't find "okie" food too often. We do have a local place, called Flo's. Yes, Flo was originally from Oklahoma. <br /> Keep up with the great food!
Rick posted on 04/02/2009
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If you order a Double Cheese burger or a Chicken Fried Steak you better have two stomachs. Delicious. That is what my wife and I had the first time we wnet. We are going back tomorrow and have their breakfast. I can hardly wait.
posted on 12/05/2008
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Heartily second the opinion that this place is the end-all of greasy spoons (and I mean that in the nicest way; the decor, tables, and tableware are low-buck but neat and spotlessly clean) on the south side of the OKC metro.<br /> This is traditional Okie cooking done very well, and served in generous (actually "insane" would be a better term) portions. If having a little bit of bacon, a ham bone, or some butter seasoning your vegetables is a problem for you, this is not your place.<br /> The Friday lunch special is a strip steak of about 8oz cut in-house ; it is truly a fine steak, even at the giveaway price of about $7.50 for a complete meal. The grilled pork loin special doesn't seem to have a consistent time to appear, but it is also killer. The bacon, cheese, and tomato omelette is excellent, and is two meals even for me (6'1", 230lbs).<br /> The only reason I give the food a 9 versus a 10 is that the biscuits (very light and fluffy, huge, but apparently with a lower-shortening recipe that doesn't crust, brown, and crumble like I expect) and gravy (cream gravy without benefit of sausage) aren't perfect.<br /> The staff at this family owned joint are a lot of fun, and there is back and forth with the regulars. The lady who has racked up substantial life experience and who generally isn't outwardly jovial whom another review presumes to be The Tiffany is the owner (or at least grand-matriarch). Her name is Phyllis, although nobody is supposed to know that.<br /> Noble is a cool little town that has retained its identity, vitality, and pride despite being 4 miles down U.S. 77 from Norman (a cosmopolitan city [for Oklahoma] of now over 100,000) and within easy commute range of OKC. Main Street (U.S. 77) is still a functioning Main Street with real businesses. See Wolf Office Supply across Main Street from Tiffany's for printers (including repair and pre-purchase advice regarding total cost of ownership), toner, and consumables you can't get in a big box store such as fuser modules. Let Garland cut your hair (especially for flattops) in the Noble Barber Shop one door north of Tiffany's on Main, across the cross street. The Noble branch of the Pioneer Multi-County Library System (off Main a couple of blocks east and about three blocks north of Tiffany's) is the best-run and friendliest in the system. Noble Hardware (on the east side of U.S. 77 north of the Etowah Road light; sometimes an Ace franchise and sometimes not) is a true old-fashioned hardware store.
posted on 10/26/2008
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Greasy spoon with the best food in sevral neighboring towns, wait staf is humorous and entertaining, all except one lady and I presume she is The Tiffany. You really should try it the food will not disappoint.


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