awards, accolades & press
We're really proud of the honors, articles, and amazing words written by these various publications. We want to share it with you all since you're family, too. Kind of like our own virtual fridge to display all of our proud work.
- The Sweet Basil Family
"TOP 50 PLACES TO EAT IN MILWAUKEE"
Featured at #18, Sweet Basil MKE makes it onto Yelp's list of top places to eat in Milwaukee. Among the list are many of Milwaukee's best restaurants and hidden gems.
dominic the food reviewer
"...one of the hottest spots for Lao and Thai street food in the area."
"...home to some of Milwaukee's best asian fusion dishes."
Ann Christenson of Milwaukee Magazine highlights how Sweet Basil is redefining Southeast Asian cuisine in the August 2021 issue.
BEST RESTAURANTS IN
Sweet Basil makes it onto Thrillist's list for Best Restaurants in Milwaukee / Where to Eat in Milwaukee Right Now, among other amazing Milwaukee restaurants.
"BEST Milwaukee-AREA TAKEOUT i HAD ALL WEEK."
See which dish dining critic, Carol Deptolla, features in her list of Best Milwaukee-Area takeout.
DISH OF THE MONTH
Sweet Basil's Executive Chef, Kenneth Sithy, and Sous Chef, Bee Praseutsack, are featured in the August 2020 edition. Their dish, Pad Garpow, is deemed Dish of the Month.
"Lao street food in the time of covid-19: a story of bravery, joy & delicioiusness"
Sweet Basil Co-Founder, Victoria Sithy, is featured in the FoodCrust Podcast alongside foodies, Lori Fredrich and Matt Mueller.
"AGAINST ALL OdDS, SWEET BASIL OPENS ITS DOORS DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC"
OnMilwaukee's Senior Writer, Lori Fredrich, highlights the story behind Sweet Basil's challenging grand opening.
"sweet basils' opening night in franklin during coronavirus surprised everyone"
Dining critic, Carol Deptolla, interviews Co-Founder, Victoria Sithy, about the Sweet Basil's push to open despite pandemic worries and the unexpected sell-out.
"...the family owners have hearts as big as their portions of delicious food."
Milwaukee writer, professional chef, caterer and cookbook author Alisa Malavenda highlights her favorites