Now Open in the Brady Arts District!

Located in Tulsa's Brady Arts District at the intersection of Archer and Main, Sisserou’s Restaurant concept is inspired by the colorful cuisine of the island of Dominica, the Nature Isle of the Caribbean. Although inspired by a specific little known island, our menu includes a broader spectrum stylized on authentic Caribbean cuisine with a touch of European and American influences. Come in and join us for lunch or dinner!


Our Location:

 

We're located on the northwest corner of Main and Archer in the Brady District.

 
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Mon - Thu: 11am-10pm 
Fri - Sat: 11am-11pm

For Reservations call:
(918) 576.6800 

This Week's Specials : 

KING FISH (8OZ) LIGHTLY COATED WITH A CASHEW AND PARMESAN CRUST SEARED TO PERFECTION, TOPPED WITH A CREAMY COCONUT AIOLI AND FRESH RADISH SPROUTS. SERVED WITH SAUTEED CURRY GREEN BEANS WITH SHRIMP AND RED PEPPERS AND OUR ROASTED GARLIC WHIPPED MASHED POTATOES.



Local Talk: 

Seriously delicious specials! I had this crab stuffed pork chop with bacon glaze. Ggaaaaashhhhhhh so good. One of the most perfect meals I have ever had. Perfect balance of flavors. I never do this but I told the waitress to give my compliments to the chef.
— Chrissy, 2014
This place is just amazing! Totally loved the decor- beautiful lamps, the colors,,just a very happy place. The service was great. The best part is the food! I went for lunch and ordered the Callaloo Soup and Curry Salad sandwich. They were both amazing! I have plans of going back for dinner and cocktails.
— Dia, 2014
I love this place! I travel a lot and have been coming to Tulsa the last 6 months. This place is worth the plane rides, angry flight attendants, & other angry air plane passengers. The jerk chicken - amazing! So delicious and tasty! They have a great selection of beers (hello, Palm! a great great great Belgian beer). And their wine selection is to die for. Give it a try. It’s a gem!
— Elizabeth, 2014

Fresh muddled rosemary and lime with angostura bitters and a house made ginger infused simple all shaken together with cointreau and Taylor Fladgate's 10 year Tawney Port. Double sift strained into a champagne flute and topped off with Sparkling Prosseco and garnished with a fresh lemon twist.