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After years of eating American style brunch, the Sunday lunch is back. An excuse to gather the whole family around the table, relax and eat Italian food.
Milan loves fashion and hates going out on Sundays. Sunday is a day for relaxation, family, low heels and comfort food – and in the evening, pizza delivery. Restaurants are closed (at least most of them!) and during the years, brunch has become increasingly popular: pancakes, omelettes, coffee and juice. Great American buffets have fed singles, couples and families – and completely replaced the all-Italian Sunday roast with potatoes at Grandma’s house.
As it often happens, things return, and the Sunday lunch is now the latest trend. You can go to the restaurant, in a place that recreates a homey environment, and even eat traditional recipes. A perfect way to feel at home, even when traveling.
A perfect example of the traditional Milanese and Lombard cuisine, creatively reinterpreted by chef Cesare Battisti. Their risotto Milanese is legendary with braise veal shanks as well as their freshwater fish… and a children’s menu is available, too.
Lunch with a view of the Duomo’s spires on the top floor of la Rinascente. On the rooftop or in the bright dining room, for an informal, Mediterranean style dining. Classic Italian pasta dishes, salads, Milanese braise veal shanks. If desired, you can order a bottle of bubbly.
A quiet, little place offering Italian dishes from every part of Italy: meatballs, creamed cod, pici all’aglione (delicious homemade pasta with a tomato garlic sauce), tongue, tripe — also in half portions. Looking for something sweet? You can end your dinner with a slice of homemade jam tart.
The restaurant on the 1st floor of the historic gastronomy of via Spadari offers a sharing menu with a single order. Complex recipes (some that require a lot of simmering), various cuts of meat and more are on display before guests.
The hotel’s bistro offers a cuisine prepared by chef Antonio Guida (2 Michelin stars), with sumptuous club sandwiches, salads and a few dishes available all day. For those who wake up late or want something simple, but classy.