Korean restaurant Maru bistro reopens on Milwaukee’s east side

Korean restaurant Maru bistro reopens on Milwaukee’s east side

In the beginning a pandemic casualty, Maru is open once more on Milwaukee’s east facet, this time as a Korean bistro as a substitute of a sushi restaurant.

It is really mainly serving common Korean dishes, making them to get for lunch and dinner at 2150 N. Prospect Ave.

Menu goods include grilled most important dishes this sort of as beef bulgogi or eel bibimbap built on scorching stone soups and stews including spicy smooth-tofu stew, beef soup, military foundation stew with Spam and duk mandoo soupwith rice cake and dumplings and noodle dishes these as jap chae, the sweet potato noodles. 

It also has appetizers, including Korean fried wings, vegetable or pork fried dumplings, and pancakes with onion, green onion, carrot, zucchini and red bell and serrano peppers.

Costs selection from $4.95 to $12.95 for appetizers and $14.95 to $24.95 for primary dishes.