With your kitchen's pots and pans inhabited by the evil spirits of dead pots and pans, cooking at home has become both time consuming and spooky. Get quality cuisine without interference from crazed kitchenware with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of homestyle fare and drinks at Shiloh’s Restaurant. This Groupon is valid for the 52nd Street and Broken Arrow locations.
The Shiloh’s Restaurant menu is the product of delicious homemade recipes passed down for generations. Fast breakers can enjoy their favorite morning foods all day long, starting with two whole-grain pancakes ($4.99), a pair of chocolate-chip pancakes ($5.99), or one of Grandma Ethel’s famous blue ribbon cinnamon rolls ($2) coupled with a bottomless cup of coffee ($1.79), which, in response to customer suggestions, is now only figuratively bottomless. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., escaped livestock from the cubicle farm can bond over lunch specials, such as a cold ham and cheese sandwich ($5.99) on wheat-berry, sourdough, or homemade bread, or a fresh spinach salad ($7.99) with strawberries, walnuts, and Blue Moon cheese. Otherwise, bury your head inside the warm pillow of the restaurant's famous homemade rolls, which accompany hearty country entrees such as hand-breaded, pan-fried country steak ($8.99) and fresh-water catfish ($9.99). A slice of pecan pie ($3.99), fresh-fruit cobbler ($3.99), or chocolate Kahlua cake ($1.99) ensures that dinner ends on a sweet note, no matter how often one's blind date shares his or her bleak, existential philosophy.
Since 1959, Grandma Ethel and family have met with great success in the restaurant business, but only moderate success in building a bridge to the moon. Since the culinary clan opened Shiloh's Restaurant in 2000, its red-roofed establishment has housed a welcoming interior of traditional diner-style booth seating that gives patrons a comfort zone to match their comfort food. Treat your family or Starfleet away team to a meal of good old-fashioned favorites with today's Groupon to Shiloh's Restaurant.
Not valid on Sundays.
- Once seated, the very helpful waitress brought us a basket of two of the biggest, most phenomenal looking rolls I have ever seen. We topped these with fluffy butter and their signature, homemade, Strawberry rhubarb, which made these rolls completely out of this world. – lbanks, The Tulsa Food Blog
- You can't get better down-home cooking than this. According to thier [sic] take-away menu, the recipies [sic] are handed down through 5 generations! – Jennifer H., Yelp
- Reminds me going to Granny's house for Sunday Dinner. – MooneyMan, Urbanspoon
Shiloh's Restaurant's homestyle fare is born of the love and dedication of several generations of restaurateurs. The Hermann and Rodgers families have more than 50 years' experience in the kitchen, and although they're retired, entrepreneurial pros Grandma Ethel and Great-Grandma Gladys still oversee the recipe book to ensure quality.
Following these thoroughly scrutinized instructions, chefs cook up a well-rounded menu of all-day country breakfasts, meaty sandwiches, and pan-fried country steak. At tables, Shiloh's signature housemade rolls are always on hand to sop up leftover homestyle gravy and goulash. And to ensure that no mouth is left unfed, chefs also serve up their piping-hot comfort food to offices, parties, and the hungry families of vacationing grandmothers.