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Located in Milan’s Brera Design District, Pacifico restaurant designed by Marsica Fossati, it is a round up through oceanic influences. This is a restaurant owned by international and Michelin star awarded Peruvian chef Jaime Pesaque. Welcome to one of the Milan best restaurants.
With a resume including a stint at El Celler de Can Roca and his own acclaimed Lima-based flagship Mayta, Peruvian chef Jaime Pesaque’s career shows no sign of abating. It’s appropriate then, that the 10th restaurant in his burgeoning empire happens to be Milan’s first Peruvian eatery.
The interior design has been completely entrusted to interior designer Marsica Fossati. After years of professional experience, she managed to create a very refined, elegant atmosphere which perfectly suits the menu’s exquisite presentation.
The ocean as an element of connection between different countries! This explains the choice of a particular, deep blue color on the walls, elegantly spaced out by Fornasetti and Hermes wallpapers, to create a frisson of texture and a louche elegance best enjoyed at night, all wrapped in the designer’s inimitable palette of deep blues, cool greys and chic gold accents. On the tabletops and on the velvet upholstery fabrics of several armchairs, that were matched with lighter colored stool-seats and leather couches.
Except for several vintage chairs, all the furnishings are custom-made, just as the big marble sink and the wave motif on the wallpaper of the toilet room. All of the lamps, designed by Servomuto studio, are also handcrafted and create a soft, suffused light in constant interplay with the innumerable ocean blue shades that dominate the whole space.
A hit with even the most discerning of Milan’s diners, the restaurant’s private Submarine room makes an intimate setting to enjoy the kitchen’s signature selection of flavourful tiraditos and ceviches.