The place is situated in one of the most important post-industrial areas in Milano: Tortona. This restaurant is a symbol of the tradition, and the style of this place really does remind me of the old traditions. It is near the bridge of Porta Genova (which connects with Navigli) and the building was originally built as a train terminal. After it stopped serving its original function, the structure was taken over and transformed into a restaurant.
The interior style is really cool in a old Milanese style with sofas, old lamps and marble. There is a wonderful patio too, surrounded by glass walls and wisteria trees.
The food is delicious and you can try all the most important dishes of the Milanese region here, such as the risotto, meats and desserts.The wine selection is great and a sommelier is ready to suggest you the best combination with your dinner.
PS. I’m crazy for the risotti prepared here – don’t be shy, try the one with bacon.