Located near prime shopping destinations, shopaholics will love Nobu-sit back and give your weary soles a rest here. The menu offers an eclectic range of fusion dishes. Come by to feast on a combination of Japanese-Peruvian food. The space is divided into two levels. You can choose to sit back and sip on your favorite cocktail at the bar downstairs, or dine at the restaurant upstairs. Once seated, gorge on the various sushi and sashimi options on offer.
Giannino is a temple of Italian traditional haute cuisine, where you can relax assured of the fact that this is an excellent quality restaurant. Belle epoque rooms create a sophisticated atmosphere while perfect service makes this high-end diner worth a visit. If you go there for lunch don't take your car: parking can be really hard, since the little parking lot just outside is always full. Customers can be assured that anything on the menu is first-class, from home-made pastas to seafood, from desserts to wines. Their specialties include saffron risotto, turbot with laurel and sweet garlic sauce, and the cream and apricot dessert. One special suggestion is the classic Cotoletta alla milanese: Giannino's version is sublime.
Designed by the versatile Tuscan designer Roberto Cavalli, 'Just Cavalli Cafe' is a meeting place of the high class society of Milan. The interiors are done tastefully with teak floors, small spotlights and comfortable seats with a look that changes once a year. A beautiful outdoor flower garden with sofa cushion chairs and candles, that complements the foot thumping music of the DJ, is quite inviting. Nominated as the "Best Non-Disco Club 2003 ", for most innovative style and glamor, this is the right place to add a bit of pinch and glamor to your food and drinks.
Aimo Moroni and Nadia an Italian couple have together opened a traditional, simple trattoria located in the west of Milan known as II Luogo di Aimo e Nadia. This place is of great ambiance and rich culture. The crowd here is from all walks of life be it young professionals or elderly senior citizens. The food here is extremely delicious and the place even has a good selection of European and World wines.
Situated in a choice spot at the heart of Milan's chic shopping district (Via Montenapoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Manzoni and Piazza San Babila), this legendary restaurant, initially a popular lunchtime venue for downtown industrialists and bankers, became a big favorite with Milan's smart set during the 1980s. Little has changed since then and the restaurant remains high profile. Bice's menu features a selection of sublime soups, risottos, pastas and meat dishes.
Spread across two floors, El Brellin exudes romance right from its waterside location to its elegant interiors. Set in an 18th-century building, it retains its old worldly charm with its polished decor, candle lights, a fireplace and crisp white tablecloths. This cafe and restaurant is known for its delightful Milanese or Lombardy cuisine albeit with their own creative twists that will surely wow you. Whether you dine inside or in the lovely garden, the whimsical setting of this place makes it one of the most preferred restaurants in town for a romantic meal. The restaurant also offers business lunches and happy hours for their patrons. Reservations are highly recommended.
'Al Mercante' is located in the heart of Milan's old town, and is very popular with tourists. It is furnished in a simple and elegant, although rather old-fashioned, style. It has a garden where you can eat during the summer, and which has a beautiful view over the square behind the Duomo. The cuisine concentrates on traditional Italian food such as cold meat starters, fresh pasta first courses, and meat or fish second courses. The desserts are all home-made and there is a long wine list.
The Park Bar at the Park Hyatt Milan is an excellent bar for a round of drinks along with some entrées. The French windows at the Bar delight the guests offer breathtaking views of the exteriors. Travertine marble decorated walls with bronze and glass shelving add a charming touch to the interiors. With a variety of alcohol, wines, cocktails and champagnes, it is difficult to decide which drink to select and simply lounge around. There is also a buffet option available during the weekdays where you can choose from a delicious assortment of exquisite desserts and crunchy salads.
An elegant Japanese restaurant with decor and furniture in pale beechwood; very simple and clean and has a small private room that can be reserved. The main focus is the counter in the middle of the restaurant, on which Roberto the chef (a Japanese-Brazilian who was the chef at the Compagnia Generale dei Sognatori and Naviganti) places the sushi as soon as it is cut. The surface slides and everyone chooses what they want. The table service is superb; all the waiters speak more than one language and they are very kind. The clientele is varied with VIP's, models, advertising types, and young trendies with a large bank balance. The wines are top of the range and there are sakè, various types of tea and Japanese grappa.
The beautiful white interior will attract you as soon as you enter through the door. It is a great place to start your day with breakfast — but it is not just a breakfast joint. They have a wide range of home-made food to start your day like croissants, baci di dama, and a variety of biscuits, cookies and muffins. Bianco Latté also serves very good lunch and dinner. All the food that they serve here is freshly cooked every day. The setting changes at dinner time with dim lights and candles, with a special menu, called ‘Suggerimenti della Sera’ served in a cozy and romantic background with some excellent wine — absolutely magical for couples. Bianco is famous for its awesome home-made ice-creams and desserts, too.