Whilst Belgian food might not be what you had in mind when eating in Milan, Vent Du Nord does provide a nice interlude from Italian cuisine.
With the sea not even close, Milan also doesn’t seem like a top destination for seafood but it is actually the distribution centre for all of Italy, so all of the good quality stuff passes through Milan.
Fresh mussels cooked in a variety of tasty sauce options are the star of the menu here but I am also happy to come here for a late night cold beer and some tasty potato chips and mayonnaise. There are some tasty meat menu items too and the classic Belgian waffles for dessert.
Tucked away in a quiet street, yet easily accessible with the metro (Line 3, Stop Lodi) or Bus 90/91 you can find a little piece of Belgium. A great place to enjoy good food and a few beers with good friends.
It’s recommended that if you want to go on a Friday or Saturday night it is recommended to book at least one week ahead.