Top 4 Michelin Star Restaurants in Milan

Top 4 Michelin Star Restaurants in Milan

A holiday in Milan can be easily be turned into one of the most extravagant and lush of your life. It is one of the most fashionable cities in the world, full of high-end luxury and world-renowned dining experiences; and it is all at your fingertips from the comfort of your opulent Milan centre hotel. One of the most important and indulgent aspects of Milan is exemplified in the fine-dining opportunities available around the city.

There is no shortage of high-end dining in Milan centre. Hotel maitre d’s will be glad to reserve you a place at one of Milan’s Michelin starred restaurants. Michelin Italian list recently presented, these four restaurants are not only the crème de la crème, but are the place to see and be seen among Milan’s elite.

1Cracco (2 Star) – Conveniently located a short walk from one of the most exclusive Milan centre hotels, Cracco insists on being the place to be seen in the heart of the city. Having been part of the team awarded the first Italian Michelin Star, Chef Carlo Cracco is a name that is synonymous with dining at its finest. Amidst an elegant setting designed by architects Gian Maria and Roberto Beretta, Cracco serves up modern interpretations of light Italian classics. The wine cellar specialises in 1800s labels selected to complement the changing menus.

Open Hours: 12:30-23:00 Mon-Sat.

Address: Via Victor Hugo, 4

Metro station : Duomo  M1 M3

2Il Ristorante Trussardi alla Scala (2 Star) – Piazza della Scala, 5. Revamped in 2009, Il Ristorante Trussardi alla Scala is the epitome of clean, contemporary Italian dining. Guests are offered two seating options in a restaurant designed to feel like an affluent, welcoming suite in a Milan centre hotel: views over Piazza della Scala from luxurious plush seating, or you can opt to sit in the dynamically designed open-kitchen area. Chef Andrea Berton creates intricately balanced menus with organically sourced ingredients that showcase the rich sumptuousness of Italian cuisine at its best. As expected, this restaurant also has an exceptional wine list.

Open Hours: 12:30-22:30 Mon-Sat.

Address: Piazza della Scala, 5

Metro station : Duomo  M1 M3

3Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia (2 Star) – Officially ‘born’ in 1962, this restaurant has since continued to thrive in the same location (Via Montecuccoli 6) by Aimo, Nadia and their daughter Stefania. Their food is known more for its fresh quality than chemical, or gimmicky alterations, and is a blend of regional Italian sourcing such as: Piedmont veal, Tuscan suckling pig and Sicilian capers. And, of course, the sommelier is on hand to match these sumptuous delights with wines from their extensive wine cellar.

Open Hours: 12:30-22:30 Mon-Sat.

Address: Via Privata Raimondo Montecuccoli, 6

Metro station : Primaticcio  M1

4Sadler Milano (2 Star) –  This is a beacon of how architecture and interior design lends itself to the perfect union of modern culinary art. Under the creative eye of Claudio Sadler, the menu reads like a blend of the traditional, modern and experimental, with each dish dated to mark its year of conception. Sadler’s Ristorante Milano is listed as a ‘Le Soste’ restaurant, denoting it as part of an association of restaurants that show original, creative paths that ‘increase the value of Italian cuisine in every aspect’.

Open Hours: 12:30-23:00 Mon-Sat.

Address: Via Cardinale Ascanio Sforza, 77

Metro station : Romolo  M2

Roberta Stuart

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