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Il Ristorante Niko Romito finally opened in Milan this year. Aside from its gastronomy, this establishment also presents a refined dining room.
The restaurant opened by acclaimed Italian chef Niko Romito is located in The Bvlgari Hotel Milano. The chef had already opened this establishment in Beijing, Dubai and Shanghai but this year he decided to bring his culinary art to his home country, Italy. After spending two years studying traditional gastronomy techniques, the chef has managed to introduce his own concept to contemporary Italian cuisine.
Il Ristorante Niko Romito brings to its tables some classic dishes as well as a new environment to those who enjoy eating in a refined establishment. Those who visit Il Ristorante Niko Romito either in Summer or Winter will certainly have the pleasure of eating in a relaxed environment.
Right now, during the Winter, customers will eat in a glamorous and cozy room with sleek, wood and black banquettes. However, when the temperatures rise again outdoor dining will be available in a discreet and quiet garden that allows clients to abstain from the noises of the big city.
The fact that the restaurant is located in The Bvlgari Hotel Milano, one of the most glamorous and elegant hotels in Milan also adds to the charm of the Il Ristorante Niko Romito. This hotel has a beautiful renovated 18th-century charm as well as an irresistible Botanical Garden nearby.