Brunch restaurant shares plans to relocate to upgraded Milwaukee Street location after spring flooding.
Sake Tumi, the longtime Asian fusion restaurant at 714 N. Milwaukee St., has hung up its sushi-making apron and taken on a new identity as Red Buddha Lounge.
Changes are on the horizon at a Downtown sushi staple. Sake Tumi is gearing up to debut a new menu, as well as the beginnings of an interior refresh, on Monday, Nov. 14.
Feeling hungry? Maybe you're craving sushi from Sake Tumi. Tabouleh from Casablanca. Or a Barrie Burger from AJ Bombers. Well, thanks to digital technology, there's now yet another way to satiate your craving. UberEATS officially launches its Milwaukee delivery service today.
Sake Tumi, the Asian fusion sushi restaurant on Milwaukee Street, has announced that it will be closed for the next month to accommodate renovations. Changes include a new menu designed by new master sushi chef, James Oh.
We went to Sake Tumi last night to participate in Downtown Dining Week and because we never went there before.
The Sixth Annual Restaurants Under Glass will bring 17 of the Milwaukee area's finest restaurants together in the Mitchell Park Domes Friday, Jan. 27.
Izumi's, 2150 N. Prospect Ave., has earned a reputation in Milwaukee for friendly, accommodating service, as well as a tasty menu that doesn't break the bank. While it didn't win last year, OnMilwaukee.com readers have again chose Izumi's as their favorite Japanese restaurant. Sake Tumi and Fuyiyama almost tied for second and third places.
There was a time, not long ago, when eating sushi was considered an exotic and somewhat strange act. Now, it's a dining staple. There are grade school children who ask for California rolls as often as traditional fare like macaroni and cheese and pizza. We compiled a list of area restaurants that specialize in sushi.
Arriving for lunch at noon, the narrow Milwaukee Street restaurant was packed and we opted to sit at the sushi bar in lieu of waiting for a table. Between the two of us, co-worker Erin Ulicki and I, we ordered one of everything on the three course "Downtown Dining Menu."
"Where can I book a group gathering in Milwaukee?" We get that question a lot here at OnMilwaukee.com, and we started to compile some answers.
There’s really no better time to begin a healthy dining program than at the start of the new year when everyone is motivated and still committed to their New Years weight loss resolutions. Our first culinary adventure takes us to that stylish little Japanese restaurant at 714 N. Milwaukee St., Sake Tumi
In February 2002, Omar Shaikh set out to challenge and change dining in Milwaukee with the creation of Sake Tumi, 714 N. Milwaukee St. On Tuesday, Shaikh left the business to focus on his other restaurant, Carnevor.
Carnevore won't be your father's steakhouse when it opens in December. Say good-bye to your typical notion of what a steakhouse looks and feels like. The restaurant, for a start, will be owned by a group of businessmen with a lot already at stake on Milwaukee Street.