Now that you’ve decided on where to stay, you’re going to need some good recommendations when it comes to eating in Milano. Now where to eat in Milan Italy?
That is a good question, here you’ll find a great selection of the best Italian restaurants in Milan, the best pasta in Milan, a list of Michelin star restaurants Milan — if you’re lucky also some affordable Michelin star restaurants Milan, if not to remember that it’s some of the best Michelin star Milan restaurants.
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We don’t just have the fancy restaurants Milan we also have a great number of places that won’t have you open a mortgage. Like one of the best restaurant Milano were you can find yourself eating cheap in Milano Trattorias, and also some of the best pizza restaurant in Milano (AKA Pizzeria). You’ll find more of these on our Blog side of StudentsVille.
So when you’re looking for a Milano Restaurant keep in mind the best restaurants in Milan 2019 that you can find here and on our blog. But if you’re looking for a Milano restaurant Menù you might have to check on their websites, or on location at least you’ll get a feel for the place.
What is Milan famous for food?
We hope you enjoy our Milano Restaurant. there are so many typical Milanese dishes that you can't miss:
- Risotto alla Milanese:
It is a risotto whose main ingredients, in addition to those necessary to prepare a white risotto, are saffron, from which it derives its characteristic yellow colour, and ox marrow.
- Cotoletta alla Milanese:
The schnitzel traditionally consists of a slice of veal loin on the bone, breaded and fried in butter, which is then poured over the schnitzel.
The ossobuco is a cut of beef, from which derives a typical Milanese dish.
Milano Restaurant: the list
- Enrico Bartolini al MUDEC 2 Michelin Stars
7.30 - 19.30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 7.30 - 22.30 Thursday, Friday, 9.30 - 22.30 on Saturday, 9.00 - 22.30 on Sunday
Mudec, Via Tortona, 56
One of the best restaurants in the City of Milan, right inside the MUDEC museum where you can see some of the best expos that happen within the city, you can find Enrico Bartolini’s restaurant. A 2 Michelin star chef that loves to dare and experiment with flavors and presentation. In regards to the Menu, you can pick from a “Be Contemporary” tasting menu, a “Be Classic” traditional menu comprising a selection of Enrico Bartolini dishes, and a selection of seasonal dishes
- Da Giacomo
12.30 - 14.30 and 19.30 - 23.30 Everyday
Via Pasquale Sottocorno, 6
A staple of Milanese cuisine, here you’ll find yourself eating some of the most traditional dishes the city has to offer. All in an amazing old style building that will have you wanting to stay in there forever. They serve a variety of traditional meals, for a high price, but it’s worth the money. Plus the desserts are to die for.
- Fioraio Bianchi
08.30 - 00.00 Everyday, Closed on Sunday
Via Montebello, 7
A beautiful location in the Brera Design District, this restaurant is a flower shop during the day, an aperitivo spot for happy hour, and at 20:30 it becomes a restaurant. Chef Robbie will delight you with a seasonal menu that’ll make you want to spend all of your student funds at Fioraio Bianchi. You’ll enjoy every minute in there and your palate will even more.
- Pasta Fresca da Giovanni
12.00 - 15.00 Everyday, Closed on Sunday
Piazza Giovine Italia, 2
Now let’s bring the budget down a bit, but let’s not bring the quality down. Pasta Fresca da Giovanni is one of the best places to eat fresh pasta in Milan, keep in mind that you can only go for lunch and that the place can only seat 20 people, so make sure to get there early. You’ll love every portion of pasta you’ll get, from the brasato ravioli to the classic tagliolini. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
- Macelleria Equina Pellegrini
07.30 - 19.30 Everyday, Closed on Sunday & Monday
Via Lazzaro Spallanzani, 6
Some of you might not agree with eating horse meat, but traditionally in Northern Italy, horse meat is meat you do consume. This is because once the horse would die the family rather than starve to death would use the meat for survival. Now that we’ve got that out of the way we can talk about Macelleria Equina Pellegrini, this place is great if your in the mood for a quick tartare, you’ll spend around 10€ and won’t have to wait that long. Keep in mind that the tartare isn’t horse based, but there will be some horse cuts for sale, and personally, I’d say try it, because it’s part of the Italian experience.
- The Lab Unconventional Burger
12.00 - 14.30- 19.00 - 23.00 Everyday, Closed on Sunday
Via Pasquale Sottocorno, 5A
Hey, what are we not gonna tell you where to get a burger, I mean you’ve got to feel like some greasy food once in a while. Here at The Lab you’ll get the chance to see the Italian take on a burger, cause hey that’s taking in the culture as well. The one downside of it, is that’s it’s really small so you might smell like a grill when you leave, but hey keeping that in mind put some chill clothes and enjoy one of the best burgers in town.
- Five Guys
11.00 - 23.00 Everyday
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
Now let’s make you feel at home 100%, you’re gonna want to grab some junk food once in a while, and if you’re in the vicinities of Duomo you have to stop by Five Guys. It doesn’t need much of an introduction, so I’m just gonna advise my personal favorite order a cheese dog with onions and mushrooms, with a simple grilled cheese sandwich. Remember the Grilled Cheese sandwich cause no place makes a good American Grilled Cheese in this country, except at Five Guys.