1901 Cayuga St.
A small but stylish Korean restaurant, with a focused menu. Many spicy entrees (and five stars does mean "hot") and vegetarian options. Head for the rock cooker bibimbop or any of the several Korean-style barbecue dishes. Lunch specials focus on simpler fried rice and noodle options.
540 State St.
Terrific plates on the lunch menu, and good deals. Entrees are mostly chicken- or lamb-based, and are offered as curries, or over couscous or chalow (white rice seasoned with cardamom). Thereâ€™s also a nice selection of vegetarian dishes: fasuliya (green beans cooked with onions and ans split peas), bamya (okra with garlic in tandoori masala) and lubya (red beans with tomatoes, cumin, and coriander). Up a flight of stairs; handicap accessibility is still in process.
Indonesian food cart on Library Mall in front of St. Paul's. Nasi goreng (the Indonesian fried rice dish), tahu goreng with organic greens and tofu, ayem bakar (barbecue chicken w/ peanut sauce) and oseng tahu (veggie and tofu cury); daily specials.
3698 Kinsman Blvd.
A modest but fun food menu and some of the buzziest beers in town. Look for the summer sausage in a Reuben and the sausage board, plus other charcuterie from Underground Meats. Brunch on Sunday lasts until 4 pm and features mash-fed pulled pork and eggs.
1 Langdon St.
Changing seasonal full menu. Specialties include "Manor Kir," house-cured salmon, risotto, oven-roasted beef tenderloin, osso bucco, chocolate steamed pudding, French wines. Live jazz Thurs. & Fri. nights.
|King of Falafel and Grill food cart|
E. Mifflin and N. Pinckney
Falafel and hummus wraps, gyros, burgers and cheeseburgers. The "veggie sandwich" is a tahini-lover's comfort food dream, with melty fried eggplant, french fries, lettuce, tomato and onions.
|King of Falafel-Amstar Station|
1129 S. Park St.
Middle Eastern sandwiches and plates, as well as American classics like cheesesteak, fried chicken and fish. Standouts include the falafel, eggplant sandwich, chicken and lamb shawarma, and the hummus. No dine-in.
|KJ's Curry Bowl|
7005 Tree Ln.
A variety of global dishes, from quesadillas to potstickers, Cajun specialties, stir fries, and bowls. But head for the back of the menu, real Sri Lankan Sinhalese cuisine. composed of five curries: chicken and potato, chicken, potato, dahl and green bean. And every Saturday the kitchen runs a different classic Sri Lankan special and posts what the dish will be on the restaurant's website.
|Klubhouse Bar and Restaurant|
88 Hawk's Landing Cir.
At Hawk's Landing golf course. Lots of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and wraps, with a few dinner specials (ribs, steak, seafood and fajitas). The Friday fish fry features a choice of perch, walleye, cod, shrimp and red snapper.
529 N. Lake St.
Hearty breakfasts, lunches and dinners served to a mostly campus crowd.
148 High St.
Mineral Point, WI
Authentic Japanese noodle shop featuring handmade ramen noodles, plus Japanese classics like don-buri, fried rice, curry rice and gyoza.