Type Leisure: Restaurants

142 Restaurant

Modern eatery & bar serving breakfast, creative entrees & apéritifs in colorful surrounds.

Little Lamb Hot Pot & BBQ

Chinese restaurant with typical cuisine of a northern region of the country bordering Mongolia where you can enjoy the broth in which to cook food such as meat, fish, shellfish and vegetables.

Il baretto al Baglioni

Milan’s most chic clubhouse. A historic Milanese landmark, Il Baretto is the place to be for Milanese jetsetters, the meeting point for all VIPs before opening night at Teatro La Scala. Ideal for fine dining in the atmosphere of an early 20th-Century English clubhouse.

Gastronomia Yamamoto

It’s like being catapulted into Japan: simple furnishings, an open kitchen like in a cartoon, a large take-away food counter and then a long list of Japanese delicacies completely unknown in Italy.

Fioraio Bianchi Cafè

Rustic-chic cafe, filled with flower arrangements & greenery, for Italian fare with a modern twist.

Erba Brusca

A very special place, with a refreshing garden side terrace. The American-born, French-raised chef is a devotee of the Slow Food movement and she has taken care to source the best local ingredients.

Da Giacomo Rosticceria

With a marvellously nostalgic decor and decorations from the early twentieth century, this chic rotisserie offers instant specials such as lasagne and pappa al pomodoro.

Casa Ramen

The best ramen in Milan is prepared by an Italian (believe it or not) and he is the only foreigner present at the Ramen Museum in Shin-Yokohama.

Birrificio Italiano

At a stone’s throw from Central Station and with a design that offers a mix between a vintage fast-food and an Italian bar from 60 years ago here you can drink extraordinary 14 draft beers and a remarkable cuisine with typical dishes of the Lombard tradition.


Elegant, traditional eatery with white tablecloths & tartan carpets for hearty, classic Tuscan fare.

Armani / Ristorante

Sleek, glamorous restaurant in an upscale hotel offering refined & contemporary Italian cuisine.

28 Posti

A quiet and minimalist contemporary cuisine bistro with only 28 seats and an external area that overlooks Naviglio in the background.

Terrazza Triennale

An osteria with a view that offers high quality cuisine with a friendly service.

Balera dell’Ortica

Homestyle Italian classics like lasagna & meatballs, plus boules courts & an open-air dance floor.


The very first sushi bar opened in Italy, a simple eatery with a warm and professional welcome, furnished according to the modern Japanese culture, with compact tables, bar stools, offering authentic Japanese soup, sushi, and yakitori.