Ristorante Kilimangiaro represents the peak of the Eritrean culinary experience in the city of Milan. Situated in the culturally connected, with ethnic restaurants and food shops, via Felice Casati, this dining corner is one of the oldest non-Italian in town.
Abraham and his charming wife are the first to welcome you here with a smile. It seems they have taken the most appetizing part of their homecountry since dishes listed on the menu are more than promising.
Most of them come in shareable portions and follow the Eritrean tradition to eat without utensils, wrapping meat or vegetable bites in fresh flat-bread. When coming here with friends, I am always happy to start dinner with chapath with pickles and continue with the leading character of the Ethiopian cuisine, the zighini, where delicious meat or fish, cooked in herbs and vegetables is served on a large plate of traditional bread injera.
Kilimangiaro kitchen offers some Arab evergreen meals like couscous or some vegetarian choices as well. If you are new to this culinary experience, do not hesitate to ask Abraham. The restaurant has two cosy dining rooms and to me it is one of the best locations to meet with friends, share a good talk and a delightful plate of zighini.