Some of the best brunches in Milan recommended for you
What could be more international than brunch? This is a fashion that has become popular in recent years and Milan couldn't pass up the opportunity to offer its possibilities. Obviously, as always when it comes to restaurants and bars, Milan has a huge choice that can confuse first-timers. But don't despair, just follow our guide and you'll be just fine.
Via Giovenale, 7
Just a few steps from Navigli and Porta Ticinese, Officina Milano will enchant you with its 1950s retro elegance. Although it is a lounge bar, on Sundays from 12 pm to 4 pm it is the ideal place for brunch. You'll be sure to leave satisfied, thanks to the very rich and varied buffet, which includes first and second courses, tartare, fish, eggs, bacon and of course desserts. The cost is around €30 and for more information here is the website.
Via Giuseppe Sapeto, 3
Hygge is a Danish word that indicates a state of widespread well-being. That's the feeling you'l get when you leave the place. Perfectly located halfway between Sant'Agostino and Porta Genova, it is a bistro where you can enjoy an excellent breakfast, brunch or lunch. The products on offer are predominantly Danish and Northern European, but there is no shortage of offerings closer to the Italian tradition. The brunch, offered on Saturdays and Sundays, offers a choice of two menus, the regular and the vegan, which include a main dish, two side dishes and a dessert. The price is €25 and booking is recommended due to high demand. For more information, visit the website, which is always very up-to-date.
Via Roberto Cozzi, 3
For those who want an oasis of peace within the hustle and bustle of the city and want to go off the beaten path, Fuorimano is the best answer. Slightly off the beaten path, but not excessively so, as it is easily accessible, and once you have discovered it you can't do without it. Open every day, at weekends you can have a nice brunch and you can choose from five alternatives (Continental, American, Veggie, Gluten free and Baby menu). The cost is €25 and everything is served with freshly squeezed orange juice, American coffee and tea. For more information on the menus and to book here is the website.
Via Vicenzo Monti, 47 e Viale Premuda 14
When you think of brunch, eggs are a must, and here they are the undisputed stars. The menu also includes pancakes, sandwiches, burgers and desserts. The cost is €29 for the full menu, otherwise you can also choose a la carte. For more information and reservations go here.
Via Benaco, 1
This former penitentiary converted into a hostel and bistro offers a hearty brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm. Perfect for those who want a bright and welcoming environment, the brunch has two options: classic brunch or grandma's brunch with traditional Italian dishes. It is also open for lunch, dinner and after dinner. For more information visit their site.
That concludes our short guide to brunch in Milan. If you're looking for something simple for breakfast, this article might be for you. We hope this article has made you hungry, feel free to leave a comment if you have other places to recommend and remember to come back and visit.
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