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.