A real hidden gem of Milan that has charm, character and a truly authentic homemade cuisine right in the city centre. When you come to Risolatte for the first time, you instantly fall in love with the décor that immerses you in a cozy home from 1960s! The small restaurant recreates an apartment from the 1960s. The chairs, tables, glasses, lamps, without forgetting the fridge, all come from vintage markets around the country. The owners have a real eye for details and even the bathroom & kitchen have a real vintage flair!
The menu offers home cooked Italian dishes that includes everything from their specialty milk risotto to the famous cotoletta alla Milanese. I really appreciate the fact that the menu changes every single day. This is a testimony to the freshness and authenticity of the dishes and ingredients selected on a daily basis.
The bread, pasta and desserts are all homemade. Finally, the coffee is served in the typical Italian Moka just the way it served in all Italian homes. Given the quality of the food, the charm of the restaurant and the great service the prices are fair and actually lower than your usual Milanese restaurant.
ps-Call at least two days early because it is always full!