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Carlo E Camilla Segheria

Chef Carlo Cracco’s newest restaurant is a hot spot for food lovers and those who are looking for a new concept restaurant. Carlo e Camilla is located in what used to be a sawmill. Filled with long communal tables, the food is focused on high quality local ingredients, picked and chosen according to the season. Perhaps a little pricier then most, but if you have the extra euros this is a good place to spend them.

Bebel's

A classic family restaurant in Milan, where simply the taste of food takes front stage amidst a basic dining room. Order mozzarella, slices of culatello, puntarelle with anchovies and the ever-delicious artichokes with parmesan and lemon salad. Plates work tapas style, and are to be shared but arrive in huge portions. And in the fall? Be sure not to miss out on the tagliolini with truffles.

  • +39 02 657 1658
  • Via San Marco 38
    Milan
    20121

Antica Trattoria Delle Pesa

Here is where you will come face to face with the true core of the Milanese spirit, both through service and food. It is small and family-owned, simple in its decor, but extremely refined in the honesty of ingredients: try the riso al salto alla Milanese, the osso buco and the bocconcini di viltello.

La Trattoria Del Pescatore

A truly cool trattoria, where the seafood is second to none. The atmosphere is extremely laid-back, which makes it perfect for many an occasion. Show up a bit later in the evening, but be prepared to wait in line. Otherwise good luck in trying to book a table – they hardly pick up the phone!

Bistrot Di Giacomo

This wonderful project by architects Laura Rimini and Roberto Peregalli gathers all the cosy and warm feelings of the ambience of a masculine French bistro, with its heavy wooden library and delicious meat dishes. Do not miss the chance of tasting the Fiorentina if you get there with a good appetite, alternatively you can’t go wrong with any of their pasta selections.

Paper Moon

The traditional urban-chic restaurant, where despite a ‘low key’ dress code, diners arrive to see and be seen in the pounding heart of the Milan shopping centre. It has been around for years but it is a timeless spot, with delicious pizzas and even more delicious Milanese specialties: cotoletta, risotto allo zafferano and tagliolini al tartufo. Ideal for Saturdays and weekday lunches or relaxed dinners. Closed on Sundays.

Bacaro del Sanbuco

One of Milan’s culinary gems located just off the famous Via Montenapoleone, this restaurant is all about simple Italian food. The beautiful Milanese courtyard makes this restaurant a must-visit in the summer. Opt for the truly Italian and Milanese dishes such as the ravioli in brodo or the cotechino. If you are lucky and find a table, try to join them for one of their ‘lesso nights’ during which the dinner will revolve around this very typical homemade Italian dish of steamed meat. You must book in advance; very rarely will you find a table just by showing up.

  • +39 02 7639 4832
  • Via Monte Napoleone 13
    Milan
    20121

Sissi

If you’re looking for the best croissant in town, here’s where to find it. This café is a quaint little space with baby pink walls, patterned chairs and and a staff that’s as warmhearted as its pastries.

  • +39 02 7601 4664
  • Piazza Risorgimento, 6
    Milan
    20129

Carlo E Camilla Segheria

Bebel's

Antica Trattoria della Pesa

La Trattoria del Pescatore

Bistrot do Giacomo

Paper Moon

Bacaro del Sanbuco

Sissi

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