Brits in Oklahoma

Going out - British Pubs and Restaurants in Oklahoma

There are a couple of British pub / restaurant type places to go to, and also some Irish ones. I've listed my personal favourites here.

Top of the list, The White Lion is the best British pub / restaurant in Oklahoma. With plenty of character and a very good atmosphere you could almost forget you're not in the UK. Don't get me wrong, the other places on this page are good but the White Lion is like a piece of the sceptred isle itself transported to Tulsa. If I'm homesick this is the only place that can fix it!

As one would expect there are plenty of British and Irish beers on tap, including Boddingtons, John Smiths, Old Speckled Hen, Beamish, Harp, and Guinness to name a few.

White Lion Menu

The menu is good and it all tastes authentic, not surprisingly as Betty the landlady and dab hand in the kitchen, is a native Liverpudlian. If you're craving a decent plate of sausage beans and chips, just like your mum made them, then you can't go wrong. There are plenty of other dishes on the menu, plenty of desserts and a good Christmas dinner complete with

  • The Ploughman's Lunch
    Assorted cheeses, roast ham, bread, picked onion, Branston pickle and tomato.
  • Lord Nelson
    Cheese & onion Pasty (cheese, potato, onion and spices in puff pastry), with veggies and chips.
  • Cockney Pride
    Bangers and mash with brown gravy.
  • Me Mum's
    Sausage, Heinz Beans and chips.
  • The Beefeater
    Burger with all the trimmings.
  • Chelsea Chicken Sandwich
    As it says.
  • The Yorkshire
    Steak and kidney pie, vegetables & chips.
  • Fish & Chips, of Course!
    with mushy peas.
  • Cornwall Special
    Cornish pasty, veggies and chips.
  • Lancashire Feast
    Steak and mushroom pie, veggies and chips.
  • Taste of the Midlands
    Cottage Pie and carrots topped with mash and cheese, veggies and chips.
  • The Devonshire
    Chicken and mushroom pie in white sauce, veggies and chips.
  • The Cheshire
    Grilled cheese sandwich with a bowl of the soup of the day.