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If you’re still making up your mind about what to eat in Milan city, we have some examples of establishments where you can eat surrounded by a classy environment. These are our choices for the finest gourmet restaurants in Milan.
Opening our list is the restaurant opened by Luigi Taglienti which helped in bringing a new purpose to Via Giacomo Watt. The elegant interior design still retains some of the site’s past features, giving it a timeless charm. Eating here is a wonderful experience with a division that has a view of the garden in the hottest periods.
Created by young and talented Italian chef Alessandro Buffolino Acanto Restaurant is also known as the 5-star restaurant of Hotel Principe Di Savoia. The interior decoration features the best of Milanese design which includes Murano chandeliers. Not to mention the lovely Italian garden on the outside.
This restaurant captures the elegance and modern style that defines the Milanese interior design. Located near the Opera, this establishment has a sober and bright environment thanks to the large windows around. Not to mention the spectacular view you can have of the city while waiting for your food to arrive.
We couldn’t have this list without mentioning Cracco! In the food and in the decoration this establishment has “chic” written all over it. This is another example of the best of Italian design, seen as this restaurant’s interior design work by Studio Peregalli was nominated for the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2019.
Lastly, we have the restaurant created by the hand of Tuscan cook Giacomo Bulleri. Upon entering this restaurant one can’t help but feel mesmerized by its unique decoration composed of polished woods and warm, velvet textiles as well as lighting that gives the space a warm welcoming feel to it. Not to mention the fact that the food is as classic as the atmosphere. Fun fact: this was apparently one of Giorgio Armani’s secret favorite restaurants.