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Acanto RistorantePrice: Expensive
The fabulous old-style Italian dining room in the luxurious Hotel Principe di Savoia comes complete with Murano glass chandeliers, a huge dessert trolley and top-notch sommeliers. The food is exquisite classic Italian, so expect dishes like turbot with artichoke cream and apple vinegar or guinea fowl with Madeira wine. Book a window table for garden views.Address:
Tel: +39 2 6230 2026.
With two Michelin stars above the door, and 2,000 bottles of wine in the cellar, this eponymous fine dining establishment near the Duomo showcases the talents of chef Carlo Cracco. The interior may look like an airport lounge, but with innovations like pasta with sea urchins and coffee, the most tasteful elements are left on the plate.Address:
Tel: +39 2 876 774.
Il Ristorante Trussardi alla ScalaPrice: Expensive
Overlooking Piazza della Scala, this stunning first floor, Michelin-starred restaurant serves innovative fine dining that complements its white pillars, gold trimmings and attentive staff. Combining the very best of Italian and French cooking, expect plates to be culinary objets d’art as fresh fish and vegetables become the celebrities of the show.Address:
Tel: +39 2 8068 8201.
El BrellinPrice: Moderate
El Brellin serves up classic Milanese cooking, with fresh pasta and delicious home-cooked desserts. Take a table upstairs and you’ll have views over the canal. There’s a sumptuous buffet on Sundays.Address:
Tel: +39 2 5810 1351.
Le VignePrice: Moderate
There’s no pretence at this simple osteria which serves up delicious, exquisitely cooked dishes such as risotto aifrutti di bosco e zola dolce (risotto with wild berries and sweet gorgonzola) and daube di manzo al vino in civet con polenta (beef daube in red wine with polenta). Decorated by bottle-lined shelves and ancient black and white photos, this is a real picture of an Italia of old.Address:
Tel: +39 2 5811 3224.
DA NOI INPrice: Moderate
DA NOI IN’s executive chef, Fulvio Siccardi, is on his way to a third Michelin star for his excellent modern twists on traditional Italian cuisine. Located in the trendy Forcella district, the dining room is a clinical take on home comforts with old books and two open fires. Try uovo in gabbia (egg in a cage), the chef’s signature dish.Address:
Tel: +39 2 837 8111.
For tasty and affordable food, you won’t go far wrong at this central self-service restaurant by Piazza San Babila. Hearty pastas, fresh pizza, assorted salads, healthy fruit juices and gargantuan desserts are just some of the belly-fillers on offer at Brek.Address:
Tel: +39 2 7602 3379.
Anema e CozzePrice: Cheap
One of four Milan branches of this successful pizza chain, the emphasis at Anema e Cozze is on tasty Neapolitan pizzas topped with fresh seafood. Fishy toppings include clams, sardines and mackerel as well as the eponymous mussels. Pasta and seafood antipasti are also available.Address:
Tel: +39 2 3668 3702.
Alla Fontana PizzeriaPrice: Cheap
Located in the trendy Isola district, this cheap and cheerful restaurant is hugely popular with locals. Its colossal plates of gnocchi, crisp roast chicken and well-topped pizzas will induce envy if eaten on the outside tables. Half portions are available.Address:
Tel: +39 2 668 4735.