After a great first trade show season in January, with Maison & Objet in Paris, and IMM in Cologne, we are back to tell you all about what is probably the biggest furniture trade show of the year!
Milan is getting ready to receive people from all over the world, that come just to attend Salone del Mobile. Your favorite mid-century furniture brand is going to be there, so you’d better catch up before it’s too late! By the end of the week, we’ll tell you all you need to pack to survive Salone del Mobile. For now, let’s focus on another amazing thing Italy has to offer us, and let’s check out which are the best restaurants in Milan to grab a bite with a lot of finesse before making your way to Fuoro Bonaparte…
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Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia
One of the best places to eat in Milan, Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia holds two Michelin stars. Expect to find great Italian cuisine, always accompanied by the best-matching wine, which is “never obvious nor trivial.” Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia is the perfect restaurant if you’re a food lover, as well as an art and poetry aficionado.
Famous amongst locals, and some of the world’s most famous celebrities, like designer Giorgio Armani and actor Orlando Bloom, Giacomo is one of the best seafood restaurants in Milan. If you are planning a visit, be prepared to be taken aback by its celadon-colored walls, bookshelves, and a stunning mosaic floor.
Cracco is one of the most awarded restaurants in Milan, with two Michelin stars and having previously been listed in San Pellegrino’s 100 best restaurants awards. Head chef Carlo Cracco and his award-winning sommelier create the ultimate Milanese dining experience, with innovative dishes and delicious wines.
Considered by many one of the best places to eat in Milan, Sadler is owned by chef Claudio Sadler. The renowned chef is known for his creative dishes, reinventing some of the most typical flavours of Italian cuisine. Sadler has won two Michelin stars over the time, and it is listed in Le Sorte, an association that only considers restaurants dedicated to true Italian cuisine.
One of the most exciting restaurants in Milan, Contraste draws inspiration from the old osterias, where the host would hear you, and the chefs would make a selection of dishes especially for you. You can expect to find nine innovative dishes that change according to the freshest seasonal ingredients available.
Stay tuned to discover which are the best hotels in Milan before misbooking your trip!
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