Stepping into Nisleit's is like stepping back in time. The hostess stand (between the bar and the dining room) is usually staffed by a very pleasant lady, one of the owners (the other, her husband, is in the kitchen). The decor is reminiscent of a 1950's Wisconsin Supper Club. The menu has a varied selection with "something for everyone". Having dined there throughout 2012, probably about 25 times, we have landed on our two favorite dishes: broasted chicken and boneless pork chops. The chicken is among the best I've had anywhere. The broasting creates a crispy, yet not greasy exterior, with a wonderfully moist interior. The pork chops are excellently prepared, tasty, moist and tender. Dinners come with rolls and butter, choice of soup or salad, choice of potato, and vegetable of the day. All included at a VERY reasonable price. This quaint little place, adjacent to an off-ramp from I-43, is a terrific find that I have found worthy of my 25 minute drive there.
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