Milan Restaurants

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  • 126. Aperol

    It is not always easy to find a nice place to eat in when you are in a new town. I had been walking around the whole day and had to eat dinner on my way back to the hotel. I stopped at one of the...

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  • 127. Tian Jin

    Oh here is one of my little tips when I go to Italy. Well breakfast is of course a couple of capp's and some pasticcerie; you know, chocolate croissants or jelly pastries. Then lunch is gonna be a...

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  • 128. Tana di Lupo

    On this list (click on it to see better) there is a choice of good restaurants, not too expensive. My recommendation, above all others, is 'LA TANA DI LUPO' In a very unconventional atmosphere you...

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  • 129. Carpaccio

    I walked by a few times before I finally went in for lunch. Boy am I happy I did. I was alone and the people and food welcomed me. The front area has a lovely table filled with the fresh ingredients...

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  • 130. Molo 13

    "Al Molo 13" is the top quality daily fresh fish restaurant known for its excellent Sardegna cuisine. As Italians use to say "si mangia da re", (you eat like a king), is what you'll have here. It is...

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  • 131. Bar Derby

    The Bar Derby is situated in the southwest of Milan, 40 minutes walk from San Siro. I have lost count of how many times I've been there now. It's a nice little lunch-bar, with 10-15 different dishes...

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  • 132. Diana

    The restaurant of the Hotel Diana will satisfy your refined taste with a lighter re-interpretation of traditional Mediterranean and Milanese cuisine. The splendid location dominates the private garden...

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  • 133. Grand Hotel Et de Milan

    I visited Milan with two pals who had no interest in the finer things that Italy had to offer, so each day I would break away alone and venture to the Grand Hotel Et for my lunch. Although I was...

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  • 134. Moreno e Roberto

    This place is pretty busy and nicely located in the area of Porta Venezia. The interior is rather nicely decorated, though tables are located a bit too near one another (a sadly common problem with...

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  • 135. Wagamaga

    Nice Italian restaurant located next to the Corso Sempione. Friendly staff serves traditional italian food at reasonable prices. We paid around €80 for three courses each and a bottle of...

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  • 136. Latteria di San Marco

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    We had our first friendly hot meal in Milan here on a cold, rainy day: big plates of fusilli Bolognese, for 4 euros each! The food was good, and with wine and one caffe, the total tab was 13.50....

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  • 137. Sabatino

    4 out of 5 stars

    Nice pizzeria/restaurant just a couple of meters from the big shopping-street Corso Buenos Aires. The pizza is great, and there is also a special lunch-menu every day for just 10,50 euro, vine and...

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  • 138. Pastarito

    When you are tired of spending a small fortune everytime you go out for dinner, try this place. Believe it or not, it's a chain restaurant. It's bright, cheery, and our restaurant had a young,...

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  • 139. Vietnamonamour

    3 out of 5 stars

    I ate a good vegetable soup and the service was friendly. But the restaurants - though an elegant place - lacks of atmosphere, they only serve italian beers and desserts are not Vietnamese. Honestly I...

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  • 140. Iguana Cafe'

    Iguana Caf? is a great cafe that is cool, happening and has the best Aperitivo in town. Aperitivo is the typical Milano style of going out for a drink and a light meal. Aperitivo normally is free...

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  • 141. Trattoria Brasera Meneghina

    This is a family-run restaurant in the Magenta district that was recommended by our hotel. The mother does the cooking, the dad is the greeter, and the son waits on the customers. The food is...

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  • 142. Bar Yellow

    You can't be in Italy long and not hear the voice of Eros Ramazotti - you don't even have to be in Italy to hear him - he has been featured with Andrea Bocelli also. Chances are good that you might...

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  • 143. El Brellin

    The "El Brellin" is a great experience for eyes and mouth. The restaurant is really famous in town and is an historic place located in one of the most beautiful area which is the navigli area. It's...

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  • 144. Bento

    Located in the cool area of Corso Garibaldi, the restaurant is very nice, great design, gorgeous food and very friendly staff. Don't miss it! Average prices as other sushi in town. You can also have a...

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  • 145. Pizza Big

    The name says it all, these pizzas are really BIG (reasonably priced too)! There's over 60 different types of pizza in this local eatery! Pasta is also available, but if you're in a place with the...

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  • 146. Gnocco Fritto

    Lives up to it's name. Your coperto covers endless baskets of Gnocco Frito (see below) and the antipasti ain't bad either. Prsciutto, salami, cheeses etc etc. Mains seemed okay, but were kinda...

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  • 147. Girarrosto

    Ok this place is pricy and our friend treated us to a gourmet, 5 star meal. One of the few places where the emphasis is still strongly traditional Tuscan. Hors d'oeuvres, tortelloni, grilled meat. I...

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  • 148. Mediterranean grill

    I think it was called the Mediterranean Grill...I'm trying to remember as I'm writing this tip some 3 months after going there! Anyway, this is a very popular large restaurant, very near the Lodi-Tibb...

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  • 149. Quarta Carbonaia

    This place is a very cozy Italian restaurant with a wide selection of food from pasta to meat. Don't miss their bruscetta. I have also tasted Penne Bolognese and Fiorentina (T-Bone in Italian style)...

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  • 150. Calaluna

    This restaurant is accessible from the Porta Venezia tube station or the No. 29 or 30 tram. It is a simple, crowded restaurant with A LOT of fish dishes. It's also a pizzeria if your eating companions...

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