Savoy Restaurant has been known around Tulsa since the early 20th century for their home-style, family cooking for breakfast and lunch. Originally opened in 1918 by Greek immigrant Nick Kelamis as Kelamis Café, Savoy moved to its current location in 1975. Still family-owned and operated, Nick’s grandson, Bill Kelamis, and great-grandson, Evan Kelamis, operate the restaurant today.
Customers continually return to Savoy for its famous homemade bread and giant cinnamon rolls. Have a Farmer's Breakfast with Italian sausage, onion, bell pepper and tomatoes on a bed of hashbrowns and served with two eggs. For something sweeter, feast on a stack of blueberry wheat hotcakes or french toast.
Be sure to check out Savoy's lunch specials, with delicious comfort food options like fried chicken and meatloaf. Their chicken fried steak sandwich on a homemade bun or a cheeseburger and an order of fresh cut fries is the perfect lunch to leave you feeling satisfied. Top off your meal with a slice of coconut cream, chocolate, peach or banana cream pie from Savoy's bakery.