Calamari

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    Calamari

    Who has the best calamari in OKC? Rococo's is great, who else?
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    Calamari

    Interesting food you are craving. As for recommendations sorry we rarely eat it.

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    Shouldn't matter where you go since it tastes like shit.
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    Not sure about OKC, but Benvenuti's down in Norman was some pretty tasty tentacles.

    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Shouldn't matter where you go since it tastes like shit.
    I've never tasted shit before, but if what you say is true I'm about to be a certifiable shit-eater.

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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Shouldn't matter where you go since it tastes like shit.
    Not as helpful as maybe you thought it'd be.

    Originally Posted by Gary Manilow View Post
    Not sure about OKC, but Benvenuti's down in Norman was some pretty tasty tentacles.
    Oooh nice, thank you!!

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    Their calamari is great, but the mussels are ****ing amazing if you're into that as well. I used to get them every single week when I lived in Norman. EVERY WEEK.

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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    Shouldn't matter where you go since it tastes like shit.
    I knew you had no taste.. now you prove it.

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    Originally Posted by Gary Manilow View Post
    Their calamari is great, but the mussels are ****ing amazing if you're into that as well. I used to get them every single week when I lived in Norman. EVERY WEEK.
    Awesome, I'll try both, thank you!!

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    Originally Posted by Sieve View Post
    I knew you had no taste.. now you prove it.
    I'd rather deep fry a turd. I don't eat seafood. And gee....I'm crushed you feel that way. I hope I can carry on...
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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    I'd rather deep fry a turd. I don't eat seafood. And gee....I'm crushed you feel that way. I hope I can carry on...
    You're a liar. You would not rather deep fry a turd. That's a stupid thing to say. GOSH.

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    Yum, I love Calamari...!!!
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    I take all of the tentacles.

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    I'm not near OKC, so I can't comment on that, but my favorite way to eat it is Yaki Ika (grilled squid) at a Japanese restaurant - with a squeeze of lemon. It's so light and fresh, with a bit of char flavor.


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    Upper Crust pizza has some pretty tasty calamari too.

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    Ever in Chickasha Calamari is amazing. Whole menu is amazing

    http://www.napolisok.com/

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    I can tell you where not to get it. Hensley's Top Shelf Steakhouse in Yukon. Ordered calamari and got this. Looked like something from Long John's Silver.


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    Originally Posted by usaosooner View Post
    Ever in Chickasha Calamari is amazing. Whole menu is amazing

    http://www.napolisok.com/
    Chickasha used to be God awful with everything. It's improving. Napoli's isn't bad, and there's a new place called Bistro Lorene that's pretty solid. Everything is fresh at Lorene--I guess the Festival of Lights is helping.