It's a beautiful sunny day. And it's just a little bit brighter because Lucky Liu's has reopened its doors for takeout.
Jin's Sushi Seafood & Bar opened quietly last week in Greenfield, offering curious neighborhood diners a menu featuring "endless sushi and seafood" in an upscale environment.
For the third year in a row, Screaming Tuna won the OnMilwaukee title for best Japanese and Sushi.
Spicy Tuna might be best known for the artistic presentation of their sushi, which features the whimsical art of sushi chef Jeff "Jab" Phoochangthong. But co-owner Kheskanya Sangkratok says it's been a goal to introduce guests to the flavors of their Thai backgrounds as well.
Even if you've driven down National Avenue just south of the VA Hospital and passed Spicy Tuna, you may have missed it. But there are numerous reasons why you might want to make it a point to stop in, and one is the particularly artful presentation of the sushi.
It's been just about a month since Kin, the new restaurant from the owners of Rice n Roll, opened at State Street Station. In fact, it's a very good time to pay a visit to the restaurant, as there are numerous new and delicious items to try. Here are 12 that stand out.
Over the past week, Kin by Rice n Roll owners Tony Kora and siblings JJ and Tammy Lert have been busy introducing their new West Side customers to an impressive (but abbreviated) soft opening menu.
A modern Asian restaurant is on its way to State Street Station, the new mixed-use development in the Village of Wauwatosa. And it could open as soon as mid-April.
Maru Sushi is a new concept which takes the place of Kanpai 2, a restaurant that opened last May in the longtime Izumi's space.
Happy hour is a great excuse to try something new - and that's exactly what Screaming Tuna is doing with its new Hashi Hour, where you can try featured drinks as well as a new signature roll every week.
This casual Asian-fusion bistro offers a large amount of sushi, seafood and steak, for both vegetarians and non.
Thai-Namite is apparently a dynamite location for Thai, as the OnMilwaukee readers voted the restaurant the city's best Thai food.
The forthcoming Mequon Public Market at Spur 16, 6300 W. Mequon Rd., is upping the ante with yet another delicious vendor.
Later this week, Wauwatosa's first poke restaurant will make its debut in the Village. Here's a bit of what to expect.
Sushi Go, the food truck that's become known for its sushi burritos, has closed its brick-and-mortar location at 2110 E. Oklahoma Ave., effective immediately.