Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 4021 NW 39th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Phone: (405) 609-6166
- turned_in_notHealth Score82 out of 100
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForBrunch, Lunch
- directions_bikeBike ParkingNo
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
- turned_in_notWaiter ServiceYes
My grandpa has been wanting to try this place since many in his coffee group has been saying great things about it! We decided to go today when my parents came into town.
The building is right off 39th and from the outside it doesn't look anything special. But I'm telling you, go in! The decor on the inside is a little old but the wait staff was attentive and extremely nice.
We ordered breakfast items. My family got a little bit of everything, from biscuits and gravy to the corn beef hash, to a regular eggs and bacon. Everything tasted delicious and their gravy is amazing!! My family really enjoyed breakfast and we are wanting to come back and give lunch/dinner a try!
Decent enough food, but shabby interior.
Relatively small portions, too -- at least in my opinion.
We like to get a vegetarian plate or two here -- coleslaw, grilled zucchini, fried okra, etc. (We make up our own sampler plates when we do this.)
I'd give it four stars if the owner would gussy it up a bit inside. (As things stand, it most closely resembles a Denny's way past its prime.)
The main demographic here seems to be older, somewhat rural, and (yuk) terribly conservative.
Good for a fast bite, though.
Nothing fancy, let alone schmancy.
I've drove past Woodbridge hundreds of times and had never thought to actually eat there. Well, that changed one Saturday morning. My wife and I were wanting diner food, but wanted to try somewhere we hadn't been before. Insert, Woodbridge Restaurant.
I decided to try their BLT. For whatever reason, I love BLTs but only seem to want them on the weekends. It arrived fairly quickly and was pretty dang tasty. The french fries were also good. Our server was very polite and pretty attentive given how packed the restaurant was. The crowd definitely leans to the 55+ demographic, but that didn't bother my wife or I in the least. Overall, Woodbridge is a solid diner choice if you're wanting to spend under $15 on breakfast or lunch for you and your significant other.
I have NEVER had a bad meal here. Always hot and tasty and very reasonably priced.
This restaurant has been a treasure find that we neighbors have known about for years.
I had enchiladas for breakfast one
time and was blown away. Their enchiladas come with a huge portion of rice and whole beans, the most delicate and divine chips and homemade salsa that appears to have been made in heaven. So much food, I had to take most of it home and have another 1 to 2 meals waiting.
I can not say enough about the flavor of this dish but compared to Ted Escondido, Chelino's and El Chico, there is NO competition. I love enchiladas and am picky and I don't have one negative thing to say about this meal. Excellent. If you are in the mood for enchiladas, you have to do yourself a favor and come here and try them. You can thank me later.
This morning I had corned beef hash, hash browns and two eggs over easy. A beautiful way to start a cold and icy day.
The server even taught me how to make strawberry rhubarb pie. Bonus!!!
The food is good and the servers are nice. We had the meatloaf dinner plate. This was a huge meal which tasted great.