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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Milan has an enormous range of restaurants. Here you will find a large number of eateries, from simple sushi bars to top class restaurants where the banking world offers credit cards on a silver salver.

Armani/Nobu

You will find this Latin-Japanese restaurant in the large Armani store, where the layout is as exciting as the menu. Transparent screens, ochre-red chairs and matter-of-fact, simple lines remind you of deluxe airport lounges. If you do not want to compose your courses yourself, simply opt for the Omakesse choice menu at € 85.
Address: Via Pisoni 1

Maxsimo

Maxsimo is another restaurant where both the layout and the menu are attractive – red leather walls and white leather chairs; fluorescent red tubes against cream-coloured walls. The menu includes gnochetti with asparagus and fontina cheese, baked tuna with beans in tomato sauce and a fine nut/honey salad.
Address: Via Ausonio 23

Cracco-Peck

A famous delicatessen shop with its own, highly elegant restaurant. The young top chef Carlo Cracco prepares such dishes as goat’s milk ravioli with spring onions and Norcia truffles, and has already been rewarded with a Michelin star.
Address: Via Victor Hugo 4
Please note: the restaurant is closed for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

Rigolo

Rigolo is a friendly and inviting establishment. The meals come from Tuscany.
Address: Largo Trevis/Via Solferino

Al Matarel Signora Elide

A restaurant with traditional Milanese cuisine. Here you will find, amongst other things, polenta, cotoletta alla milanese and the speciality of the house, cassoeula stew.
Address: Via Mantegazza 2

If you want a different experience, something typically Milanese, you must visit a latterie (a milk bar). These are generally simply fitted out, with local charisma. The menu includes dairy products and good pasta dishes.

Alla Vecchia Latteria (lunch only)

Address: Via dell’Unione 4-6.

Latteria San Marco


Address: Via San Marco 24.

Bars

In Italy, Gelato is eaten with the same passion as pasta. Italian ice-cream is often called the world’s best.

Sant Ambroeus

A sober, elegant café dating to the thirties reminding one of the classic cafés in Paris. For a snack with coffee we advise ambrogiotti, dark chocolate with a zabaglione filling.
Address: Corso Matteotti 7.

Victoria Café

Situated in the Centro Storico, with a rich mix of guests: brokers, bankers, journalists and so-called fighetti, young fashion slaves.
Address: Via Clerici 1

Cova

Cova is the best-known café in the Via Monte Napoleone fashion street. Upper-crust ladies drink afternoon tea here and eat pasticcini (little cakes) or Montebianco pastries.
Address: Via Monte Napoleone 8

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