In this month’s “Where They Eat,” Calum Hastreiter, chef de cuisine for Milwaukee ChopHouse, shares his love of EE-Sane’s Thai food. Read more

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Oscar Wilde once said that youth is wasted on the young. Douglas Adams once said life is wasted on the living. Love is never wasted on anyone, though. This month Soulstice Theatre presents the intimate story of a couple of strangers who find.. Read more


The Elephant Café, a sister restaurant to EE-Sane, has an extensive menu using fresh and traditional Thai ingredients and many dishes with ginger and Thai basil. Read more

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Waukesha’sOutskirts Theatre Company opens the first show of its inaugural seasonthis month as it presents Bert V. Royals’ Dog Sees God: Confessions of aTeenage Blockhead. It’s an interesting choice for an opening show—acoming of age story with.. Read more


Perhaps the area around the intersection of Brady and Farwell should be called Little Bangkok as there are so many Thai restaurants in the neighborhood. EE-Sane, Jow Nai Fouquet, Mai Thai and Thai-Namite have been Read more

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Larb is a minced meat salad commonly found in Isan, Laos, and northern Thailand. Thai larb, which varies from the Isan and Laos versions, combines herbs, onions and hot chilies. It is common on many local Thai menus, but one Read more

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Plenty of UW-Milwaukee students over the years have been introduced to the wonders of Thai food through EE Sane, an unassuming storefront that houses one of the city’s largest Thai menus. Options include squash curry, fresh spring rolls wit... Read more

Best of Milwaukee 2010

%uFFFDYou might not guess it based on the sparse setting, but EE-Sane offers some of the best Southeast Asian food in Milwaukee. The small restaurant, which specializes in items from Thailand and Laos, i,Dining Out Read more

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Winners in the Best Thai Restaurant category for Best of Milwaukee 2008. Read more

Best of Milwaukee 2008