The subdued but contemporary setting features Mediterranean cooking and pizzas. The dining room resembles the new Parisian brasseries in its choice of ... More
Al basilico fresco
The subdued but contemporary setting features Mediterranean cooking and pizzas. The dining room resembles the new Parisian brasseries in its choice of decor and atmosphere. The walls are yellow and bare but a large mirror with rough wooden frame hangs on the far wall with a cardinal red wall hanging. Unusual wrought iron lights hang from the ceiling and create a warm atmosphere. The menu includes fresh pasta, meat and fish dishes, omelettes and large salads; try the large, thin pizzas made with biological soya flour and cornflour. The desserts are made on the premises and are very good.
As much a city landmark as La Scala, the famous opera house nearby, this well established restaurant is considered to
be the city's finest. Stylish decor and period furnishings create sophisticated surroundings that, combined with impeccable service, make this ...
The name 'Al Duomo' comes from the restaurant's proximity to the church, but it has also been dubbed 'ai mandolini'
because on Wednesday afternoons a longstanding group of mandolin players comes to play 'a capello'. Wine is served by ...
The Marriott Milan Hotel is located in the city's Art Nouveau area, near the main business district, Central Train Station,
and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. At the hotel, guests can stay in shape with the onsite ...