Where Milan - - DINNING -


Via Man­zoni 31 is pos­si­bly the most glam­orous ad­dress for Mi­lanese patis­serie: Ar­mani/Dolci is a lo­ca­tion ded­i­cated by world-renowned de­signer Gior­gio Ar­mani to the world of choco­late

Mi­lan of­fers a wide spec­trum of flavours. In fact, the city (and its out­ly­ing ar­eas) boasts myr­iad op­por­tu­ni­ties to savour the finest tra­di­tional Mediter­ranean or typ­i­cally Mi­lanese cui­sine along­side au­then­tic tast­ing ex­pe­ri­ences at its nu­mer­ous eth­nic or

ori­en­tal restau­rants. On th­ese pages you will dis­cover that each neigh­bour­hood of Mi­lan has just what you’re look­ing for re­gard­less of whether you’re in search of laid back sur­round­ings for an in­for­mal lunch or din­ner, a

pizze­ria, a typ­i­cal trat­to­ria, an up­scale restau­rant of a Miche­lin-starred venue. “Where® Mi­lan” of­fers you sev­eral use­ful sug­ges­tions to get around in the city, neigh­bour­hood by neigh­bour­hood. All that re­mains is to iden­tify a fit­ting choice for your ‘Mi­lanese’ day, be it a quick lunch or an im­por­tant evening. For a com­plete list of top ho­tel restau­rants in Mi­lan, also check out page 56 - Five star flavours.

Fea­tur­ing an ex­plo­sive taste, SOULGREEN’s ‘Mex­i­can Bowls’ are in­fused with typ­i­cally Mex­i­can flavours en­hanced by gua­camole and sour cream.

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