Travel around the world without leaving Milwaukee
In the April edition of Milwaukee Magazine, Ann put together an “itinerary” of how to travel the world by fork through Milwaukee. Here are the three restaurants she picked:
We love Sze Chuan because it is one of the only places you can get authentic hot pot in Milwaukee. This soup cooked at the table is hot in temperature and in spice. The rest of the menu features foods from the Sichuan province in southwest China, but also has a wide range of other Chinese cuisine. This is a restaurant where it is easy to get creative and build your own meal too.
Holyland is well, the holy land of Middle Eastern cuisine in Milwaukee. It’s a store that sells all the spices, meats and dry goods you need to make a meal at home and its small counter service restaurant has some of the best shawarma, falafel and baklava around.
Head to Indian Delight in Oak Creek for some delightful, fresh, affordable and meatless Indian food near Milwaukee. Try the thali, deep-fried samosas, chaats, pan-fried paratha and baked naan.
Other Milwaukee food news and culinary events
New foods at Miller Park
Move over hot dogs, peanuts and Cracker Jacks…There are some new foods that you can get at a Brewers game in 2019. They include tamales, fried BBQ corn, Pete’s Pops, waffles and more. See the full list here.
Teens Grow Greens
Teens Grow Greens’ annual chef dinner is coming up on May 30, 2019 at the Ivy House. This is always a creative dinner with fresh, local foods, top chefs and it benefits an organization that makes a difference for youth in Milwaukee. So save the date! We’ll have more information soon.
Going out to try new global restaurants and foods is a great way to experience new things and travel the world without leaving the city. It’s much cheaper too.
Each week on Radio Milwaukee, Milwaukee Magazine’s dining critic, Ann Christenson, and 88Nine’s foodie, Tarik Moody, discuss Milwaukee’s culinary and restaurant culture on This Bites. This Bites is supported by Society Insurance.
Read more and listen to the podcast episode below to hear more on three of our favorite restaurants for global cuisine, some new food options at Miller Park and the 2019 Teens Grow Greens chef dinner.