I decided to give Tagliabrodo a chance because my mother on that day had to eat soft or, even better, liquid things. Brodo in Italian means broth or soup.
Therefore I reluctantly approached the place, knowing I was about to give up on having the kind of dinners I like, which don’t usually involve soups of any kind. As you can imagine now as I’m writing this article, the place was everything but just soups and broths.
The appetizers were so inviting that I opted for getting all of them: a tasting of three different olive oils, anchovy butter with olive bread, chard ribs on chickpea cream and salame nobile del giarolo (cold cuts), all served in small glass jars.
The price is more than right, considering the quality and quantity of the produce and dishes that are served and it is quite close to some of the most beautiful districts in Milan.
Definitely worth a try, both for lunch and dinner. Especially during winter it’s advisable to make a reservation, as there aren’t too many indoor seats.