Roasted Bone Marrow
grain mustard, local condiments, toast
Salad of New Zealand Spinach and Pea Shoots
grape tomatoes, fennel fronds, pickled onions, garlic croutons, roasted garlic dressing
Oklahoma Wagyu Chuck Steak
cauliflower puree, shaved brussel sprouts with pine nuts, spicy mustard compound butter
Andy and the entire staff did an outstanding job. Wonderful dinner, presentation, and wine selection, made for an enjoyable evening. Ludivine is a jewel in Midtown.
Went on a Tuesday, few people so the service and noise level was wonderful. The food and cocktails were exceptional; we had bone marrow appetizer, and braised beef rib for dinner (we shared).
It was rather pricey for the evening, but very good food.
Absolutely loved the cocktail the man who had everything.
Great selection of cocktails
Amazing establishment in OKC. Being a smaller local restaurant, the modernly decorated dining room has an intimate kitchen to table feel. I sampled their weekend lunch menu. The food was top notch and the price was beyond reasonable. Being from the coast, I had the salmon and it was one the best I’ve ever had. Ludivine is no doubt one of the best restaurants in Oklahoma.
Ludivine is our favorite restaurant, last Saturday we chose the Chef Menu and substituted the halibut for the steak for our Main Course. The wine pairings were excellent, the salad course was a stunner, excellent flavor, spot on. The scallops were also delicious, perfectly prepared.
We always enjoy our evenings at Ludivine.
Thank you so much Deb! Your thoughts and notes are always welcome and constructive. I had the gnocchi yesterday and wondered if the problem might have been with my pairing. Certainly, it is a salty dish, but I don't think the St. Emillion did it any favors. I know the papillote is one of your favorites. I'm really sorry we missed the mark on that. That's a shame. Please let me know the next time you guys make a reservation, and I'll try to have it available for you. Thanks again so much!
the atmosphere was cozy and quaint, made for an enjoyable dining experience in addition to the food being excellent
The good was absolutely amazing and perfectly prepared.
Valentine's Dinner was great!! The set menu was nice and the options varied.
It's tough to do a restaurant during a pandemic. But Ludivine did it well before COVID and they still are. Splendid Valentine's eve out.
My wife and I really enjoyed the service of the staff and chefs at the restaurant. The only problem we had was the limited menu for Valentine’s Day. I understand that the restaurant is busier than usual on that day but for the price, we would have loved to choose more than three items. I believe in the value quality of service over quantity.
The food, service, atmosphere, and ambiance are the best in town!
Lids was awesome!
Delicious food, friendly helpful hostess/server. Quiet. New building not quite as nice as the old one, but we still consider Ludivine a big (anniversary) treat!
Other then the fact they gave my table to someone else it was good.
Out with a group of friends for a nice dinner. Our server Amaia was amazing, very helpful with dinner choices and drink selections. By far the best service and bone marrow in OKC!
Great food, eclectic design with mixture of 20s - modern age interior design. Great service. Going back!
This is our favorite restaurant anywhere. It was our first night back out in almost a year and, as always, they were outstanding. I can’t recommend them highly enough.
Food came out late. Food was a little cold. We asked for water to go and we were told that they didn’t have to go cups. P
The food and atmosphere was simply amazing. I would highly recommend this restaurant!
The tasting menu was fun and excellent. Highly recommend the bone marrow appetizer! Ambiance is not too casual, not too serious. Great service. Perfect for a celebration dinner!
Starting with the good parts of the experience, we started with a charcuterie board as an appetizer, and that was quite pleasant. The board included venison, cheese, pickled vegetables, dill mustard, and various other pieces, all of which were excellent, and that's coming from someone who dislikes mustard. Additionally, the pork chop and grits (a surprisingly agreeable combo) were quite good, though I may have been rather hungry still, having not been able to stomach much of the previous courses of the tasting menu. Finally, the 3rd course was a pear sorbet in white wine, which was nice, albeit a tad unremarkable, especially for the price.
As for the bad, the first two courses were nearly inedible. The 1st course was a lobster bisque, and while I understand delicious foods can sometimes have offensive smells, not only was the smell of it beyond gross, the taste was no better (Understand that this is coming from someone who lives on lobster bisques amd chowders, and all kinds of smelly seafoods). The lobster was rubbery and hard to eat, and still the only edible part of the bisque.
The second course was scallops on a bed of vegetables, and I really couldn't tell you which was worse. Both were bitter and required effort to swallow, not to mention the scallops were chewy and in some places burned. I really can't say i enjoyed eating (or trying to eat) crunchy scallops. While I understand food can sometimes be less flavorful/more bland than desired, I don't feel as though I should have to pay nearly 100$ a person for food that's not just flavorless, but downright gross.
Finally, the dessert course, while not expressly bad, was bizarre. A strange ensemble of dark chocolate, pine nut brittle, roasted grapes, and blue cheese. It really wasn't the kind of dessert I would hope to end an already disheartening meal with.
With respect to the service, there was again nothing outright bad, though a little more presence would have been nice seeing as we were left alone a lot.
The online menu was different from the in restaurant menu. I had been waiting for a few weeks to have a decent menu option from their rotations. It was quite disappointing to show up and be told they don’t have any lamb and that they had forgotten to update the online menu for the week. I tried what the server suggested instead. The beef borguignon was one of the worst dishes I’ve had in a while. I could’ve made better in crock pot at my house. That’s a rough review, but hey it’s the truth. What a huge let down for a place that is so expensive. My dates Ora king salmon was good. Our salad and dessert was good. But I personally was upset and not satisfied. I will not be going back unless they make it up to me. And they overcharged $8 on their salad and told me I was the first person to catch the mistake that day... I should give one star for a wrong menu, bad entree, and overcharging, but at least my date had a good time, which is the only reason I didn’t speak up.
The best meal I have had in this town. Period. Was such a pleasure.
Every single dish that we ordered was well executed and perfectly cooked. Definitely excited our taste buds.
Will certainly come again in the near future.
So impressed with the hostess/waitress/server all in one - she made it seem effortless. Intimate atmosphere. Creative food for those seeking to get outside of their comfort zone. Only critique was we were first offered seating by the door on a cold windy night, but did get very good seating when asked to be elsewhere.
I celebrated my birthday dinner here on a quiet Tuesday evening. The food was amazing, and well priced even though we didn't stick to the happy hour menu option. My friend and I split everything and were very full for just under $60 per person (drinks included!) I had warned the restaurant we were celebrating but no complimentary items were offered, which was disappointing. While I may not prioritize coming back for a special occasion, I will be back the next time I am down for splurging a little on a nice night out.
We LOVE Ludivine and I would normally give 5 stars. We just had a bad server that I had never seen before. Didn’t know the menu well, was rushing us, she refused to put in our initial drink or appetizer orders until we ordered everything. I told her we were not in a hurry and we wanted to take our time and enjoy the meal and company, but we continued to feel rushed. Another waiter heard us ask a question about a menu item and she just made up an answer... he then came over and corrected her after she left. We asked if she was new and he said no.
I hate leaving reviews like this but for the first time ever our service felt more like Applebee’s than fine dining. We’ll go back and I highly recommend Ludivine. My guess is that she won’t last.
Our server, Lizzy was awesome. The ambience is urban bland. The food was presented nicely but was disappointedly mediocre.
We always are given great service and are will to offer more than expected. I have eaten at the restaurant before it moved and have enjoyed watching it develop.
Fantastic Service, and the food was incredible!! I really loved the atmosphere I will definitely return!
As always put favorite in OKC. Amazing service. Small intentional menu. Creative local dishes. Service was impeccable as always.
I'm in OKC, I have no idea what to expect, and I found Ludivine.
It's in a neat Mid-20th-Century building that's been laid out as a concept kitchen and more from what I could see. It was a Monday so they had a limited menu which is smart. I couldn't resist trying "Oklahoma Wagyu" - it was delicious. With kimchi and tomatoes as part of the mix it was over the top goodness. Good wine options too. I also tried a white cheese flatbread which was also very good, but I was blown away by the burger.
The host was super friendly and interactive which is a nice change.
If you live in OKC you've probably been, if not go. If visiting find it, easy location with parking.
Great service, Great Atmosphere, Good food. My wagyu tri-tip was okay, it was not medium rare and it was so chewy I couldn't even finish it nor could my husband. But overall if was amazing.
Food and drinks were great although service was extraordinarily slow. Maybe they were understaffed for brunch.
Did the tasting menu with wine tasting. We totally enjoyed it!
We were celebrating a sweet friends birthday. And they placed us in a private room which was sweet and made the night much more intimate. The service and hospitality was outstanding!!
We normally have a very positive experience, but this time was different. We at appetizers at the bar (which were very good) and got entrees to go. The entrees were very underwhelming. My beef was extremely fatty and difficult to cut with a steak knife. It had been so charred on the outside that it actually was painful at times to chew without it hurting my gums. My wife's Duck was over cooked. This was an outlier experience, but it was our experience nonetheless.
Love the food, the service, the ambiance. Just miss the aura, vibe and decor of the old venue...
Ludivine offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (405) 778-6800.
Ludivine is rated 4.7 stars by 943 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.