Top 5 Restaurants in Milan, Italy
Clandestino Milano: How about some Italian Sushi? A great restaurant experiments and this place is certainly playful with its food. The two-star Michelin eaterie is run by chef Moreno Cedroni and creates sushi with carnaroli rice, Italian extra virgin olive oil and Burrata cheese instead of the traditional Japanese wasabi or seaweed. It’s certainly creative cuisine and well worth the visit especially for the quirky dish presentation.
Armani Nobu: This restaurant is only a short distance from La Scala and has a gorgeous minimalist interior that is helpful when one wants to get down to the fine art of eating.
The menu is prepared by chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa who offers an interesting blend of traditional Japanese food and Latin American influences. There is also an Armani/Prive space that can be booked for a party where expert planners will cater to your every need.
Giacomo: A stunning seafood restaurant famous for its celebrity clientele this is a stylish place that is found on a small and tranquil residential street not too far from the centre of Milan.
The décor is beautiful with the magnificent mosaic floor and bookshelves but the food is just as enticing.
Every dish is beautifully presented and particularly look out for the linguine tossed with scampi and zucchini flowers and lobster with tomato, onions and mixed greens as well as the oysters at this relaxed restaurant that puts the quality of food first.
Il Teatro at the Four Seasons: This gourmet restaurant oozes elegance and produces some of the best Italian food found in the city. The food is sourced daily from local producers and the menu is changed every day making the average diner want to return again and again.
For those looking for something special guests can ask to sit in a private room called the Chef’s Table where you can literally dine with the person who has made your food. Why not also take some cooking lessons provided by this excellent restaurant.
Sadler: This two-star Michelin restaurant provides a great selection of modern Italian cuisine that is almost a love letter to the food this country makes. Headed up by chef Claudio Sadler the dishes are creative re-inventing the traditional fare using ingredients in a bold and experimental way. Popular dishes include the bigoli pasta with duck ragout and porcini mushrooms and wine lovers can revel in the extensive drinks list available.