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Il Salone Del Mobile is about to start! Are you going to attend this major event? Do you have everything settled? The Blog Design Limited Edition has already shown you the best hotels to stay in Milan. Now it is time to write about the best restaurants in the Italian city of design. CRACCO: One of the most awarded restaurants in Milan, Cracco has received the prestigious two Michelin star award and has been listed in San Pellegrino’s 100 best restaurants awards.
Chef Carlo Cracco is actively updating Milanese cuisine. Sample his renowned egg yolk spaghetti with garlic, olive oil and chili or black cod glazed with honey, coffee and broccoli. Expect these dishes to be well accompanied with the finest wines by the restaurant’s award-winning sommelier.
The tasting menu is the best way to sample Aimo and Nadia’s knowledge and love of Tuscan cuisine. It includes subtle Italian flavored dishes such as ‘Sirloin of veal mountain Fassona’. The walls are covered with bold abstract art work and the service is impeccable.
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LA VERANDA AT THE FOUR SEASONS: The garden of the Four Seasons Hotel is a fabulous backdrop to this gourmet restaurant.
The menu incorporates both true Italian and Mediterranean inspired dishes, using locally and seasonally sourced produce, by Executive Chef Vito Mollica and Chef de Cuisine Marco Veneruso. Expect dishes like the Figs-stuffed quail with roasted goose liver escalope.
On the ground floor, in the casual lounge bar, sip cocktails accompanied by a selection of sushi. For a new sophisticated experience book a table on the first floor and order from a sumptuous menu designed by Nobuyuki Matsuhisa.
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SADLER:Reinventing traditional dishes in bold ways using primary ingredients has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars and a listing in ‘Le Sorte’, an association that only includes restaurants dedicated to true Italian cuisine.
Try, for example, the ‘goose liver, raisins, nuts, toasted pan brioches, bitter chocolate sauce, zest of orange and coffee’. The main restaurant is garnished throughout with modern art and there are three private dining rooms for groups of up to 12.
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