- 110 reviews
The panzerotto is a must have! The sweet subtle taste from the dough with the mix of mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, and your choice of additional ingredients (ham, prosciutto, ricotta, etc) make it a delectable treat to have when roaming near the Duomo. I recommend getting two cause they are on the small side. Lines are long but move pretty ...Popular withFoodiesBackpackers
This is a really great place where to have a coffee! The shop is located just at one end of Via Montenapoleone and is part of a big "Armani store" where you could find clothes, books, flowers, chocolate, clocks, sunglasses. Obviously everything is Armani brand. the building is very elegant. there is also Nobu Restaurant! great!!Popular withLuxury
- 55 reviews
Obika-(MILAN) Galleries La Rinascente (Terrace). This is a curious but increasingly widespread in Italy. Is a mozzareleria. It is a restaurant located in a privileged place because the terrace is "playing" the imposing facade of the Duomo. The atmosphere is quite elitist, set in an elegant shopping and restaurants surrounded by other well-known brands, however it is a very accessible ...Popular withFoodiesBusinessLuxury
Rita e Antonio is located about half a mile from the Sforza Castle. Although this restaurant looks like a hole in the wall from the entrance, the inside reflects a sophisticated, nice restaurant. The 3 euro cover per person is well worth it. You start off with fresh baked bread, some of which have olives in them, and probably the ...
If you want to taste tipical milano food this is the place to go. Try the cotoletta milanese or the ossobuco ! No credit card accepted
I ate at this place practically every day. It was close by my hotel and after a day of wandering I really didn't feel like travelling very far, or being very adventurous. After talking to some of the locals nearby, I found out that this restaurant is geared towards tourists. Oh well. All I know is that the food was ...
La Fabbrica has some good pizzas. They are the typical woodfired Italian crusts, but theirs are larger than usual. The funghi pizza was delicious. The centers of the pizzas are a little wet (maybe from their tomato sauce), so you just have to be careful not to get the pizza all over yourself.Popular withFoodiesBudgetFamilies
Dongiò is one of the restaurants of Milan with a very good price - quality ratio. It's very economical and the food is of good quality. The kitchen is based on the regional dishes of Calabria, in the south of Italy. A specialty of the chef is the peperoncino, the red pepper, the history of which is told on the ...
SCANDAL: BAG STOLEN WHILE HAVING LUNCH AT OBIKA BRERA I went to Milan this weekend and had lunch on Saturday at Obika (Brera area). We were seating with my friends at the big high table at the back of the restaurant, I had hung my hand bag on a hook under the table. At the end of the lunch, my ...
This club (and also a restaurant) is located at Parco Sempione and has an unique architecture with its glass roof and walls. Drinks are not cheap but remember you are paying for a brand and luxury. If you're looking for a place to party with great music, environment and beautiful people you should stop there at least once.Popular withLuxury
Italians take pizza seriously, so even most chains use high-quality ingredients and skillful technique. Rossopomodoro stands out for its slightly upscale look, with a clean design and table service, plus roaring wood-burning ovens that turn out fresh, hot pies to order. What to Order: The Maruzzella pizza, with tomato, mozzarella, anchovies, and black olives.