Milan

Best Restaurants in Milan

17 Oct 2019
If what you are looking for is a mouthful of local delights, you want to head to one of the many trattorie and osterie scattered around the city: most of them will be charming, genuine restaurants with generous portions on offer. For a bite on the go whilst exploring Piazza del Duomo, you can have a panzerotto from the local institution Luini or, if you have the chance of going out of the city centre, a visit to a cascina - farmhouse - will give you the opportunity to taste local produce in a beautifully green setting.

Dongiò

This trattoria specialises in Calabrian cuisine, offering dishes flavoured with the spicy aromas of the south. All the pasta on served up here is made in-house. With an excellent wine list and an interesting selection of grappas, Dongiò is full almost every night of the week. Booking in advance is strongly recommended. Read more....

Erba Brusca

French and English by birth, raised in the USA but Italian at heart, Alice Delcourt brings her international background to the kitchen at Erba Brusca where her worldly flare shines in every dish. Local and seasonal are the focus of her fare, which features a cornucopia of produce from the restaurant’s on-site garden. Read more....
 
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria in Milan
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria

Carlo e Camilla in Segheria

Between his Michelin stars and television roles, Carlo Cracco hardly needs an introduction. A world-renowned celebrity chef, it comes as no surprise that his newest venture, Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, tops the list of Milan's hottest places to dine. Read more....

Mamai

By re-naming this locale, Mamai (the Gaelic word for mother), Stefano Sardella and Chef Davide Viviani not only paid tribute to the motherly mentorship of its former owners (Viviana Varese and Sandra Ciciriello of Alice), but also played on the word ama, or love in Italian. And love is precisely what you'll find in every plate served at Mamai. Read more....
 
Pavarotti Milano Restaurant Museum
Pavarotti Milano Restaurant Museum

Pavarotti Milano Restaurant Museum

Larger than life, Luciano Pavarotti remains the most famous and beloved tenors of all time, and Italy's pride and joy. It only seems fitting then that Milan, city of opera and home of Teatro alla Scala, should open a restaurant in his honour. Featuring the cuisine of Emilia Romagna, province of the maestro's native city of Modena, Pavarotti Milano Restaurant Museum pays tribute to the icon with his favourite dishes, like tagliatelle al ragù, as well as live music, memorabilia and photographs. Read more....

Un Posto a Milano

Tucked within the grounds of a formerly abandoned 17th century farmhouse, Un Posto a Milano restaurant offers an imaginative menu made from seasonal, locally-sourced and organic produce. Pasta, bread, desserts and even some of the vegetables served here are made and grown on-site or sourced from small, local producers. Read more....

Nassa Osteria di Mare

Born from a mutual passion for the sea, Nassa Osteria di Mare is the culmination of a dream for owner Gabriele Tasinato, Chef Maurizio Di Prima and restaurant manager, Giacomo Marchesi. Surprising considering they are all natives of Lombardy, a far stretch from Italy's coastline, but it only takes one bite to prove that where passion leads, excellence follows. Read more....
 
Michelangelo Restaurant Linate Airport Milan
Michelangelo Restaurant

Michelangelo Restaurant

World-travellers, your layover at Milano Linate Airport just became one of the highlights of your trip. Adjectives like "elegant", "tranquil", "welcoming" and "delectable" don’t typically describe an airport eatery, but they do sum up the recently opened Michelangelo Restaurant located on Linate’s second floor. Read more....

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