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.
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.
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.
Order badly? It’s not likely here, not with huevos rancheros, avocado smash-up and enchiladas verdes as options.
The call came last spring. Francisco “Frank” Sanchez, whose family ran the old Taqueria Azteca on Oklahoma and Chase, was back – returning to the industry after several years out of the dining limelight. Only not at a straight-up Mexican place as he was known for before. Read more…
How do we love chorizo? Let us count the ways. First and foremost, not too sweet, like we’re eating a spicebread. The crumbled, deep-red chorizo gets a quick griddlefry, activating the smoky flavor and giving it a nicely charred/mashed texture that makes a firm pocket inside the warm, griddle-fried corn tortillas at charming little El Tsunami Taqueria Y Mariscos.
This little Bayview bakery serves donuts in one size: large. Good luck eating a whole sweet treat in one sitting. The biggest ones include the white frosted Persian sprinkled with chopped nuts, and the lightly frosted cheese pockets. And don’t even think about asking for a recommendation. Despite their size, you’ll have to try them all to decide upon your favorite for yourself.Related Story: A guide to Milwaukee’s Donuts