Best restaurant with a view:

Maio – Rooftop Rinascente Piazza Duomo

Located on the seventh floor of La Rinascente, it’s a rooftop bistro with a precious view of the entire Piazza del Duomo, from here the famous spires of the cathedral will be all to admire, just a few metres away. The open kitchen, the spacious dining room and the terrace create a modern ambience that can cater for every need.

Best meat in town:

El Porteno Gourmet, Via Speronari 3

The name itself recalls the wonderful streets of Buenos Aires or the precious Argentinian Angus, in fact the gastronomic offer starts with an absolute focus on the quality of the raw materials and obviously reflects the best of the tradition of Argentinean cuisine, albeit with necessary revisions and novelties.

Guida Michelin Restaurant

Frades Porto Cervo, Via Mazzini 20

An elegant and very contemporary venue for the great classics of Sardinian cuisine in a modern key. In memory of the shop in Porto Cervo where it originated, there is also a corner with island cured meats and cheeses to be enjoyed on chopping boards and the location is inspired by the island’s architecture and is designed to welcome guests at all times of the day.

Best fresh fish

Langosteria Café, Galleria del Corso 4

Framed by the stunning Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II we find a refined lounge where you can enjoy the high quality of raw materials with a taste of the sea and ad hoc Mixology. The restaurant opens new horizons to the original concept of the restaurant-bistrot  into a fluid concept.

Best risotto alla milanese

Don Lisander, Via Manzoni 12

Spacious and comfortable garden terrace restaurant downtown Milano, a hundred steps away from The Scala Opera House. Traditional Milanese and Italian cuisine with 70 years of old fashioned history, it is named after Alessandro Manzoni, affectionately called by the Milanese, Don Lisander.

Best Italian Style

Osteria dei Binari, Via Tortona 1

Ex point of meeting for train drivers, it resisted the restyling of the Tortona District. Inside you will find the more classical Milanese and Italian menu as well as the deco style, we strongly suggest eating in front of the fire during the winter.

Best Restaurant in Brera

La Briciola, Via Marsala 1

A place where you can breathe in a unique atmosphere, accompanied by a tradition spanning more than 40 years, that turns an ordinary dinner into an unforgettable evening. Refined and elegant ambience, kind and courteous welcome, excellent Mediterranean cuisine and respect for tradition, wine cellar with the best national and international labels.

Best Pizza

Da Zero, Via Dell’Orso 4

Here is a must the Neapolitan pizza and the fried pizza, in fact the oven is the central element around which modern, light-filled rooms are developed that tell the story of this project and are an expression of the welcoming spirit of Campania.

Best Osteria

Cantina della Vetra, Via Pio IV 3

The courteous staff welcomes you to this ptraditional osteria at any time of the year, you are sure to be satisfied with the commendable service. Impossible not to appreciate the modern décor and pleasant atmosphere.

Best Milanese Trattoria

Al Garghet, Via Selvasco 36

Al Garghet is in Milanese dialect, ‘the croaking of the frogs’, the building is dating back to the 13th century, which over the years has been a monastery, a gendarmerie, a country house, a kiln and even a dance hall. The garden and the various halls are all wonderful, as well as the tipical North Italian Menù.

Best Restaurant with Garden

Al Fresco, Via Savona 50

Housed in a former early 20th-century factory, the atmosphere is original and bohemian, but the jewel is the summer service in the enchanting inner garden. From the kitchen, seasonal products and Mediterranean flavours are prepared at low temperatures.

Best Fusion Restaurat

La Bullona, Via Piero della Francesca 64

La Bullona, an Art Nouveau building from 1929, a historic intermediate railway station between Bovisa and Cadorna, abandoned in 2003, was restored and since 2018 has been reborn as a chic restaurant and trendy point of meeting. The restaurant’s menu is entirely of fish, and afterwards there can be music long after dinner time.

Best Restaurant Inside a Museum

Terrazza Triennale, Via Alemagna Emilio 6

A fairy-tale restaurant located at the top of the Triennale from which you can admire a sumptuous panorama of Milan. The technical and elegant cuisine of Stefano Cervini is accompanied by worthy bartenders.

To Discover

Lùbar, Via Palestro 16

This garden restaurant boasts one of the most prominent and privileged locations in Milan, elegance is expected, but not at this level. LùBar derives from the Sicilian dialect and means ‘the bar’, but it also means ‘the bar of the Lu’ to recall the names of the 3 founding siblings Lucrezia, Lucilla and Ludovico Bonaccorsi. It is very easy to enter, but it is not to leave this incredible oasis.