Continuously searching for new flavors on the streets of Milan
In the last article, we presented five non-Italian cuisine restaurants, and today we want to continue this journey through flavors from around the world. So here are five places not to be missed.
TED LOBSTER & BURGERS
Via V. Monti, 15
This place first opened in Rome in 2015 and only a few months ago in Milan, is great for those who have always wanted to try the famous Lobster sandwiches. Not only that, they also offer burgers, tacos and various dishes, thanks to which with just one bite it feels like being in New York. Prices of lobster dishes range between 25-30€. For more information: https://tedlobsterburger.it/
Viale Certosa, 32
As soon as you enter this restaurant, you are swept away by a very traditional atmosphere and catapulted directly to China, more specifically to the Sichuan area.
But how does it work? You simply choose a broth in which to cook the ingredients, the ingredients you want (dumplings, vegetables, meat, fish, and noodles) and dip everything into the broth. This restaurant is great for tasting one of the typical dishes of Chinese culture.
Via Amedei, 5
If we recommended a traditional Chinese restaurant earlier, it is now our turn for traditional
Japanese cuisine. This place is perfect for an authentic Japanese lunch or dinner and is the perfect opportunity to try unadon, aka eel cooked on white rice. Try it and let us know how you liked it.
Via Procaccini, 69
This little corner of Brittany is located near Corso Sempione, which will delight you with delicious crepes and gallettes. All accompanied by a very good glass of wine. All offerings are for both lunch and dinner, even breakfast. To learn more about the restaurant: https://www.maisonbretonne.it/
Via Genova Thaon di Revel, 9/a
Opened in Milan in 1997, here you will feel as if you were directly in Spain. A warm and cozy
location that proves perfect for an aperitivo. Different types of tapas can be sampled, and if at least 4 are ordered, wine/sangria/beer is complimentary. Perfect for an aperitif with friends. For menu information: https://www.ajoblanco.it/it/menu/p24
Also for this time our guide ends here and as you have read the places in Milan are never ending. As always let us know if you have tried any of these restaurants and come back to visit.
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