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Designed by Wes Anderson – Love it! Great place to work while having an espresso, or a little bite to eat. Also a great option for breakfast or a snack in the afternoon. I recommend:
Located on Via Montenapoleone (I prefer it) or Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Although there are a lot of tourists I’d still recommend it for a little snack on a shopping day or for breakfast! The fruit tart is really good.
My favourite in Milano! Amazing food, amazing service (Harold was our waiter). It can get fully booked quite quickly so I think it’s best to reserve at least a day or two in advance to guarantee a place. When you’re seated the waiter comes round with a platter of truffle, allowing each person to smell the incredible fresh truffle aromas. Il Solferino has signature dishes specially made to accentuate the taste of the truffle. They offer a wide selection of wines – we had the Amarone Classico Cantina Tommasi 2012 and it was perfect.
*Side note: I always like visiting the kitchen after I eat to see where my food was coming from and I found it to be quite clean and organized.
Excellent service, great food. If you like spaghetti carbonara then you have to try it here! The stracciatella di Buffala is an excellent antipasti option. Their wine selection is quite good too and they have small bottles which are a great option if you’re just two people.
Good food and a great lunch option. The chicken salad was okay, kind of bland. The rigatoni was good. I’d definitely recommend the truffle spaghetti.
No reservation policy, home cooked basic italian food, CASH ONLY. I’d say it’s like eating a home cooked meal at your grandparents house so don’t expect anything spectacular. It’s very well priced. I’d recommend the chicken and the Buffala Mozzarella.
Excellent restaurant – all dishes are served with Truffle. Out of everything we ordered, I’d liked the Burrata, Carpaccio, Lobster pasta and mashed potatoes. I wasn’t a fan of their desserts. As for the wine, I definitely recommend the Frescobaldi Castello di Nipozzano – Chianti Rufina 2012.
Located off Via Montenapoleone (Closed on Sundays). Italian cuisine – Lovely outdoor seating area. It’s super commercial though so I’d say it’s a bit overpriced. Their wine selection is excellent. I’d recommend ordering the Bresaola and Parma ham, Mozzarella and Burrata, beef carpaccio or veal Milanese. I didn’t like the carbonara , gnocchi or ravioli.
Very good restaurant, in the Michelin guide. I recommend:
No reservation policy, very good for value sushi. Casual and cheap. I recommend ordering the Miso Soup, Salmon avocado roll and Chirashi tuna and salmon. I wouldn’t order the shrimp tempura again.
It’s not as good as it is in London. I wasn’t impressed by the quality at all. These are the dishes I enjoyed:
Really good to pick up or eat quickly.
Bresaola or Prosciutto were very good.
There might be a line but if not it’s quick and easy to eat on the go – if you like panzerotti.
Argentinian Restaurant – traditional dining experience.
Upscale trattoria, excellent for Fish.
Another popular option for Fish.
Go for an Aperitivo, overlooking the Duomo di Milano.
Heard a lot of great reviews, apparently it’s a bit pricey but totally worth it.
Wasn’t impressed at all. I tried a lot of dishes and nothing was impressive. IYO is a better alternative
Don’t eat there, it’s a cool place so I’d recommend just going for drinks at night but definitely not for food.
It’s not very good, there are much better restaurants the only thing I liked was the pecorino spaghetti.
Do not eat there, it’s usually a bar at night. Their food is horrible.
Wasn’t very impressed by the milanese and spaghetti pomodoro, I’ve had better.
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