Moebius is the kind of place that is really difficult to describe with a single word. It is more than a restaurant, more than an upscale tapas bar, more than a mixology bar and a lot more than a jazz joint. Moebius is the new kid on the block that will get all of Milan talking (which it already has).
Conveniently located near Milan’s Central Station, Moebius opened its doors about two months ago in a beautiful post-industrial space of circa 700 square meters. The design and decor are brilliantly done and instantly give you a feel for the place!
Headed by Michelin star chef Enrico Croatti, the ground floor welcomes a tapas bistrot and a beautiful bar where you can also enjoy live music from time to time. The menu is sleek and presents a personal take on Italian-inspired cuisine, a contemporary offering that is elegant without ever being over the top, and that hits all the right notes while making you feel at home. I personally tried the ceviche and red tuna and I loved both of them! It doesn’t hurt that all the deserts are made in-house by a talented pastry chef.
Word has it that the mezzanine will soon be inaugurated and will be dedicated to a unique experimental gastronomic experience. In the meantime, I will be coming back to enjoy the food or simply have a dessert while I roam through their vinyl collection…