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The 7 Best Restaurants in Milan

il teatro restaurantIn a country that has one of the finest cuisines worldwide you can always expect to eat well, but Milan offers some exceptional restaurants that are culinary destinations in their own right.

The restaurants below all offer something unique, whether it be their individual play of Italian cuisine or their sumptuous surroundings.

NOBU MILAN

Cuisine: Japanese with Latin American influence

Style / Ambiance: Nobu Milan is a marriage from heaven combining high Italian fashion of Armani with world-renowned sushi.

On the ground floor, in the casual lounge bar, sip cocktails accompanied by a selection of sushi. For a new sophisticated experience book a table on the first floor and order from a sumptuous menu designed by Nobuyuki Matsuhisa.

IL LUOGO DI AIMO E NADIA

Cuisine: Traditional Tuscan

Style / Ambiance: This family restaurant, run by Aimo and Nadia, has become a big hit in Milan having been awarded two Michelin stars.

The tasting menu is the best way to sample Aimo and Nadia’s knowledge and love of Tuscan cuisine. It includes subtle Italian flavored dishes such as ‘Sirloin of veal mountain Fassona’. The walls are covered with bold abstract art work and the service is impeccable.

+39 024 168 86

Via Privata Raimondo Montecuccoli 6, 20147

www.aimoenadia.com

GIACOMO

Cuisine: Seafood

Style / Ambiance: High fashion and local business meet in this understated yet stylish restaurant found on an anonymous residential street just 15 minutes from the historical center.

While dining among Milan’s elegant locals, don’t be surprised if you see Giorgio Armani or Orlando Bloom enjoying the cuisine too. If you’re not looking out for celebrities the decor is something to be marveled at: celadon-colored walls, bookshelves and a striking mosaic floor provide exquisite surroundings. The cuisine is seafood prepared with wonderful Italian simplicity. Try the linguine tossed with scampi and zucchini flowers.

+39 027 602 3313

Via Pasquale Sottocorno 6, 20129

www.giacomomilano.com




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