Along Naviglio another "trattoria" of the many spread out here.
Atmosphere: hard to remember 2/5
Service: low standard (employes most expat) 2/5
Food: in the average 3/5
This what we ate:
Rice "timballo" 12 euro 3/5;
Orange artichoke 12 euro 3/5;
Veal Chop "milanese" 16 euro 2/5;
Salad 6 euro 3/5;
wine: Syrah 30 euro 4/5.
Be aware: Waiting to start they "offered" us a glass of spumante, that we paid (6 euro).
In my opinion, it is too expensive for what you eat, but this is Milan.
Tested on 02 Jan 2005
Closed on sunday and monday at lunch.
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