Dining | Montereau Senior Living in Tulsa, OK

Hospitality and wonderful meals served daily.

There’s something special about dining at Montereau. The chefs and serving teams at each of our four restaurants strive to exceed your expectations at every meal. New upgrades keep us au courant in culinary trends. Each restaurant offers daily specials and diverse choices, with 26 entrées offered every day. Resident input and fresh ingredients from our on-site gardens ensure you’ll find something tasty every day.

To expand your dining options ever further, we partner with the Hal Smith Restaurant Group. Residents may use their community meal plan to dine at nine additional venues in Tulsa.


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Dining Venues

  • Café Mondial and Grande Riviera Lounge

    Our continental dining concept is featured in two beautiful dining rooms. Our chefs prepare world cuisines from fresh ingredients. With the attached bar, you’ll find everything from pub fare to European and Asian delicacies with a modern twist. 

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  • Le Marché

    Enjoy quick and delicious dishes at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Le Marché features flatbread pizzas, seasonal salads, gourmet sandwiches and a choice of three entrées each day. 

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  • Rue 6800

    Prepare for an exquisite culinary experience at our elegant fine dining room with an attached bar. An ever-changing menu offers delectable creations featuring locally sourced ingredients.
    Coming summer 2019!

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  • The Wine Cellar & The Board Room

    Our two private dining venues offer intimate settings for private events. 

  • Catering

    For birthdays, anniversaries, holiday gatherings or other special occasions, our team is ready to make it a stress-free and memorable affair for your group.

“There’s something about sitting down over a good meal and good conversation. Sure enough before the meal is over, you’ve made a good friend. I wish everybody could know the kindness and consideration shown by all who live and work here at Montereau.”