Spanish cuisine came to Verona last fall in the form of 4 Sisters Tapas Restaurant, an upscale, fine-dining establishment that offers large and small plates designed for sharing.
Wandering around looking for a greasy spoon without the grease? How about cinnamon and caramel rolls, home-basked bread or a 16-ounce cup of coffee with free refills? Look no further than the Wander In, say The Four Dishes.
While the restaurant might not look like much from the outside, and the ambience inside isn't much better, the food quality, portions and service at Chutneys Indian Cuisine on Madison's far-east side make it worth a visit, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Established in 1982, The Looking Glass in Janesville recently underwent a major renovation. But as the Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes can attest, the great taste and high quality of the bar's food remains.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick writes the food at Atlantis Taverna in Sun Prairie is very good and reminiscent of what he remembers from his own trips to Greece.
The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes, found the food and surroundings appetizing at Delavan's Duck Inn.
The new restaurant offers a handful of Middle Eastern dishes on a small menu that are created solely by chef Laila Borokhim, a Madison native of Jewish-Iranian descent.
During a recent trip to Josef Steakhouse and Oyster Bar in Rockford, Illinois, the Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes found not only good food but also a feeling of elegance and sophistication.
Diners might not think of Japanese cuisine when seeking out comfort food, but a recent meal at Umami Ramen and Dumpling Bar on Williamson Street in Madison satisfied the craving for Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
If you're on the hunt for some flavorful Italian food, you'll find it at Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant right off of Highway 11 in Orfordville, writes The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes.
If you love seafood and aren’t afraid to get messy, you’d do well to check out Mad Seafood Boiler on Gorham Street in Madison, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.