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Tortona is always a wonderful place to visit if you’re in Milan, but in Milan Design Week it becomes a more specialized area to explore. If you’d like to know of some awesome spots where you can munch on the best of Milanese cuisine, then this list may please you.
Alfresco has a variety of modern Italian dishes cooked with great precision as well as a garden like a decoration that can be seen both inside and outside of this establishment. This one is definitely a go-to place in Milan for food aficionados.
Like Alfresco this is another wonderful experience if you enjoy eating while being surrounded by a gardenlike decoration. All the dining rooms are roomy and very welcoming to all the customers who want to have a taste of the best Italian Cucina.
Here you can try some exquisite dishes by the hand of chef Francesco Passalacqua. This Mediterranean bistro is sure to captivate you if not for the creative dishes, it will be by the casual yet lovely decoration seen inside.
The decoration of this restaurant is sure to captivate many designers and interior design professionals and fans. You can eat some of the best Italian fish dishes while admiring those beautiful cages painted on the walls… as well as the overall minimalistic yet effective decoration of the spot. It’s definitely a particular spot that you can check out during Milan Design Week, whether it’s for the food, or simply to admire the peculiar decor of the establishment.
You can find this restaurant in several locations within Milan city, however, this is a wonderful cafe to stop by in any location. Whether you want to have some juice or have a good brunch to start your day, this place is indicated for you especially during Milan Design Week.
Looking to try some Japanese food in Milan? Don’t worry, we can tell you a place: Maido. Here you can eat some street-food-inspired okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancakes) as well as some fragrant and varied noodle dishes.