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Do you remember what is Milan Design Agenda statement? “Provide the best events, fashion trends, stores with the best brands…”. Milan said goodbye to Milan Fashion Week 2014, with astonishing trens in multiple colors and textures, from minimalism to exhuberant… But no, it’s time to down the curtain, and prepare to iSaloni 2014 (8th to 13th April 2014), the major world design event, that Milan will host once again.Untill then, Milan Design Agenda will let you know today, where are the most amazing restaurants to dining at Milan, for who attend to iSaloni 2014.
From top chefs to award-winning cuisine, you’ll find some of the best restaurants in Milan. Spice up your life and savor some of the best food the city has to offer to your mouth.
The award-winning Nobu chain has teamed up with Armani design house to bring a fine dining restaurant to the Armani Via Manzoni building. The ground floor features a lounge bar, while the restaurant lives on the first floor. Armani’s influence dominates the space, with exquisite floral decorations on each table, while Nobu’s traditional sushi, tempura and seafood rule the menu.
Milan 1 – 20122
Located in the shadows of Milanese trademarks like Teatro alla Scala and Piazza Duomo, Il Coriandolo has quietly become a favorite dining room in an elegant setting over the years. Fresh fish and seafood visit the menu daily, along with other authentic Italian dishes. Open year-round, Il Coriandolo is a friendly environment with three dining rooms and an outdoor porch option.
Having firmly supplanted themselves atop the list of the world’s finest fashion houses, Dolce & Gabbana now takes their lust for luxe living to the restaurant game. Gold is their first concept restaurant, coffee room and cocktail bar. An interior dripping with, you guessed it? Gold everywhere you look, provides and exciting and uplifting experience as you peruse the menu rife with Italian tradition and regaled for its Mediterranean influences.
Via Piero della Francesca, 68
One of the places to eat in Milan that you would be sorry to miss, Chatulle is rather heaven-like with its all-cream interior of arches, diaphanous floor-length curtains, padded leather seating, bleached oak tables, limestone floor tiles and a dazzlingly sparkly crystal chandelier that stretches the length of the bar. With a plentiful supply of gratuitous mirrors, it gently indulges the Milanese vanities.
Via F Lippi, 7
Walking to one’s table in this one of Milanese gourmet restaurants feels like the green mile down a Gucci catwalk during Milano Fashion Week, past a tiered audience of diners scrutinizing your ill-advised non-Gucci outfit. In fact the sharp, dark chocolate interior is so Gucci that the label hosted its new designer’s launch party here.
Just Cavalli cafe
Via L Camoens
Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, famed for his flamboyant furs and feathers, has now enabled dining out in Milan Just Cavalli-style, naming the restaurant after his diffusion line. In true Cavalli spirit, this glass and brushed steel horseshoe structure is decorated with wild animal prints (from Roberto Cavalli Casa no less), baroque crystal chandeliers, exotic flowers, mirrors and a brace of Argentinian mastiffs that treat the place like their palace. Milan Design Agenda editor’s choice....
Italy and East meet at Milan. How cool and fashion this is? Creating a refined and exclusive environment that is characterized by the intimate and refined interior and the careful research and the expression of more advanced concepts of the kitchen.
Take some sequined belly dancers, add exotic drummers and singers, summon a retinue of fez-hatted, babouche-soled waiters laden with tagines of couscous and silver pots of mint tea, scatter rose petals liberally about a gold mosaic floor and finish with a puff on the hookah – and there you will be eating Moroccan in Milan but feeling like you’re in Las Vegas. Milan Design Agenda seriously advice you to go into this Moroccan paradise. Fan of garrish colors? Exotic decoration? Welcome to Riad Yacout.
See you at iSaloni 2014!