Japanese If it’s a “yaki” or a “maki,” chances are good it’s served here. The Southridge Mall-area resto is a good standby for quality sushi without the Downtown prices. The strip mall joint also offers hibachi – always an optic crowd-pleaser.
Caterina’s Ristorante has been serving family-made Italian recipes since 1982. The dining experience begins with a complimentary antipasto appetizer and then it’s up to you to choose a delicious entree. Options range from pasta to seafood to veal and steak and lots in between.
An institution that’s served fish fries since the 1960s. Order the Serbian-style cod or all-you-can-eat fried haddock with mashed potatoes and coleslaw. Food served Fridays only.
Whatever kind of Italian mood you’re in, Ann’s will have you covered. Choose from their wide variety of offerings, including some of the best pizza Milwaukee has to offer. The Sicilian style steak, stuffed shrimp and chicken cacciatore are some of their specialties.
The sizable Japanese menu is at once kind to lovers of raw fish and the theatrical hibachi. Spring for tempura (veggie and/or shrimp), sushi and sashimi, special maki rolls and any appetizer from the sushi bar. Wash them down with a cold Sapporo.
Chilango Express started in a space adjacent to a gas station. It’s since moved to a much larger location. Chilango’s creations start with homemade tortillas, which make all the difference. The freshness of that base ingredient (which yields a fluffy, light tortilla) combined with big meaty chunks of pastor is taco ecstasy. Come early on weekends for the lamb, a dynamite taco filling. Mentioned in:
Although a humble interior and exterior, Pho Viet offers a wide range of delicious Vietnamese classics. Some specialty items include mussels, Vietnamese beef stew and bun rieu.
Past Indian Bazaar’s rows of rice and spices is a modest dining room: utilitarian tables, plastic cutlery and a water cooler. But in that dining room – and through a tiny window – come Indian delicacies of the vegetarian persuasion… (Read More).