There is an old Chinese idiom (min yi shi wei tian) which translates loosely as "Food is the god of the people" or "Food is heaven." And for lovers Chinese cuisine - particularly Sichuanese - there's a substantial taste of paradise to be found at Sze Chuan in West Allis.
On Wednesday, Nov. 21 Interval will host its inaugural dinner service, offering diners affordably priced high end dishes in a casual environment.
At this time of the year, if you're looking for food on-a-stick, you normally have one choice: the Wisconsin State Fair. But all of that has changed thanks to Iron Grate's residency at Lost Whale, which is in full effect between now and October (and maybe longer, if all goes well).
Lori Fredrich spent the bulk of opening day at the Wisconsin State Fair working her way through a list of reader-suggested foods, tasting every single one. She's ranked 10 of them from worst to best (10 being the worst) and included her tasting notes for your reading enjoyment.
At Bumstead Provisions, menu selections are playful and sometimes unexpected, offering dishes that bring together both high- and low-brow cuisine in a deliciously seamless fashion. In our book, that adds up to an experience we'd repeat again and again.