If you spend a few days in Milan you will surely give you the chance to visit historic sites and stroll the most chic streets of Italy, but remember that even the culinary element should not be underestimated. In fact, the city offers a wide choice of restaurants and bistros. But when you are in the situation to choose between traditional restaurants, fusion, biological and pizzerias, deciding wher to go can become a challenge. Here then is our advice: the five best restaurants in Milan
Ristorante Cracco (Cracco Restaurant). If you are a lover of haute cuisine and you are going to spend a special evening immersed in a refined atmosphere, then this restaurant, located in the historic center of the city, via Victor Hugo, is just right for you. The restaurant, which boasts two Michelin stars, is run by famous chef Carlo Cracco and ranks among the top 50 best restaurants in the world. If you want to make your dinner an unforgettable experience in Milan, do not forget to book a table at Cracco.
Quei Due (Those two). For those looking for something casual and traditional at the same time, this Neapolitan pizzeria is undoubtedly the ideal solution. A few steps from the Navigli, in Guardian, you can rediscover the authentic taste of traditional pizza or opt for one meter of pizza, in an informal and friendly place that perfect for a dinner with friends or family.
Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia (The place of Aimo and Nadia). It is impossible to define this place simply as a restaurant, because The Place of Aimo e Nadia enshrines a real meeting of art and passion for food. Here, in fact, you can choose à la carte or choose one of the menus offered and, at the same time, admire the works of art scattered inside the restaurant, where every piece of furniture is designed and thought in depth .
Biosapori Regional (Regional Bio-tastes). If you love vegetarian and organic, this small restaurant in Porta Romana is definitely for you. Biosapori Regionali combines the flavors of the traditional cuisine of Lombardy passion for organic food and vegetarian, also offering a selection of vegan dishes and homemade desserts. Something special is also the wine list, which also includes those kosher and without sulfites wines, to satisfy even the most demanding.
Amici Miei (My Friends). If you are in Milan, it is impossible not to try at least once the real Wiener schnitzel. Restaurant My Friends is the best place to sample one of the typical dishes of Milan. Within a little place, small and cozy, situated in Viale Bligny, you can choose from the many tasty and plentiful dishes, to feel at home.