Thao Nuon hopes to open Angkor Wat, Khmer and Thai Cuisine, at 602 S Park St., by Oct. 8. "I'm nervous and excited about that day," he said.
Restaurant & Dining News and Reviews
Have you eaten at DiSalvo's or the Pig's Ear? What about the Continental? Here's the latest installment of the State Journal's popular series on iconic restaurants that many of us still miss. Our readers suggested more eateries to include, so we dug into our archives again.
A deal worth over $100 billion to combine the world's two biggest beer companies cleared its last major hurdle Wednesday when the shareholders of SABMiller approved the takeover by Budweiser maker Anheuser-Busch Inbev.
Heritage Bakery & Cafe on Cottage Road has closed, the victim of road construction and a big grocery store that went in nearby.
Here's Part 3 of the State Journal's popular series on iconic restaurants that many of us still miss. Our readers suggested more eateries to include, so we plunged deeper into our archives.
A fun new lunch special at Sol's makes it possible to sample several classic Korean dishes on a divided tray. The low price helps spread the Korean love.
Madison is the sixth stop on what Test Kitchen founder Kimball calls the Culinary Mystery Tour, a live show with video clips and audience interaction.
In November, Restaurant Muramoto will move from the 200 block to 108 King St., into the former 43 North, also owned by Shinji Muramoto.
As Morris Ramen goes into a remodel and rebuild of the space recently vacated by RED Sushi, Restaurant Muramoto is planning a move across the street.
The State Journal published a gallery of historic Madison restaurants and got a tremendous response. Many readers loved the project and also suggested more restaurants that should be on the list. In that spirit, here is our attempt at Round 2.