4 based on 330 reviews
I know this place since it was a little room with a few chairs available. So it's about 5 years I'm having fun with delicious chinese and japanese food in there :-) . Absolutely friendly owner with great experience managing a restaurant, they moved from a little room to a very wide one without loose any of their attractive previous skills: high quality and fresh japanese meals; pleasant and friendly approach to meet customer satisfaction; extremely wide chinese food choice with chance to taste marvelous mongolian style of sea food mix or meat mix ones... you'll love them while cooking on your own. as added value there's now bigger restaurant room with a relatively simple forniture supplied by a quality service. Simple and clean that's most important. Quite often you'll meet real japanese or chinese peoples having meal inside.What else can say?...: I'm going to have dinner in there :-)
4 based on 1615 reviews
The restaurant is located in a residential area away from the tourist area of Milan. The food is authentic and simple Italian fair with the freshest of ingredients. The shrimps Catalan style was a palate cleansing starter. The seafood spaghetti was loaded generously with all types of seafood.The staff are very helpful and friendly. Visit this hidden gem, if you would like to escape from the usual tourist places to have a simple delicious meal.
4 based on 1090 reviews
"The Cuisine Our culinary approach begins from the search of raw materials and rural traditions in the regional territory. From a careful and skilled elaboration of these food products, our dishes become the perfect compromise between tradition and innova
We enjoyed a few plates typical from Abruzzo region with very good flavours and original set-up on the plate, including sheep liver sausages and "pizz e foje" sautÃ© green broad-leaved vegetables on top of a maize bread slice. Others were very pleasant if less surprising including arrosticini - little skewers of tender sheep meat, lightly oven-cooked, and a chickpea soup with dumplings. The one dish that was underwhelming was "cazzellitti" fresh pasta with cime di rapa, tasting identical to Apulia's well known recipe for orecchiette with the same sauce. Desserts were ok and undistinguished, better to find them elsewhere, including the plate of assorted sheep cheeses.Wine was good, if the choice was annoyingly limited because most lower-price bottles were unavailable. They are obviously deferring restocking, which conflicts with the sophisticated service, room and table set up.At 40+ Euro per person with a single bottle of wine, price was in line with service and room and with the best dishes.
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