PallermoUno is a new gallery in Milan that has several interior design works by the hand of Sophie Wannenes. The building in which its located was built in what was Sophie’s former home. This gallery has eight rooms and it’s located in a second-floor building in the city’s Brera Design District. Aside […]
From the other side of the world, at the USA, comes one thing that we at Milan, took and become a fast trend amongst our citizens. We talking about Brunch. Milan Design Agenda hasn’t sure how many restaurants can provide you with a beautiful view from a skyscraper, surrounded by green and still enjoy this Spring weather, and that’s the main reason why Milan Design Agenda brings you today, a viable options, and better than that, a reason why you must try and visit these Top 10 Brunches in Milan. Enjoy this #food #trend flavour on your Milan City Guide.
Provence is illustrated with a retro atmosphere reminding this location once a romantic and summery. Club sandwich, delicious cakes, pancakes and fresh orange juices are only some of what Cocotte has to offer.
Only on Sunday, this brunch is set in a lovely space and features American brunch with scrambled eggs and cheesecake, but also pancakes and handmade marmalades. Book it soon as possible!
A restaurant with vegetable garden set in the middle of the city, Erba Brusca has also a Sunday Brunch, with a simple but enticing menu that goes form mozzarella to Eggs Benedict, pancakes, plumcakes…
Pancakes, Club Sandwiched, Hamburgers and French Toast, Eggs Benedict and all you are dreaming of: if you are longing for American breakfast this is the place. In case you miss the brunch ( Saturday&Sunday from 12 PM to 4 PM), kitchen’s open all day.
Served on Saturday and Sunday from 12 PM to 4 PM it’s an American brunch 100%. Smoothies, Club Sandwiches, Croque Madame and English breakfast awaits.
Born from a beautiful project in the heart of Milan, this is much more than a Hostel. In fact, even locals meet here for an aperitif or… a Sunday brunch! We recommend the omelette, the pancakes but most of all the Turbo burger, a special recipe. You can order à la carte too.
It’s the Milanese temple of prosciutto di Parma and gnocco fritto – regional delicacies from Emilia Romagna – but brunch here has a bit of everything: from lasagna to meatballs to desserts like handmade crostata and local wine included in the price, which is something we always appreciate.
The brunch includes one of the best hamburgers in town, and all the rest is history: the Chef behind this bar/restaurant is Andrea Berton, one of the most famous Michelin-star chefs in Italy. (see more here)
Wanting to be surrounded by a breath-taking view of the city while having your brunch? Unico is really unique, like its brunch: a wonderful idea the one to theme each weekend with different regional foods or themes (such as gnocchi brunch or Liguria brunch). It is more expensive than the average, but definitely worth it.
Swedish brunch at its best: from smoked fish to beetroot hamburger, head here on Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 15.
If you are feeling indecisive about which brunch you are craving, head here: on Sunday, English brunch, Italian brunch, American brunch, French brunch and Norwegian brunch (without forgetting about kids who have their own brunch too).
Hope this list can be useful for your Milan City Guide!
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