Milan Where to Eat at the Airport
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Milan Where to Eat at the Airport

Milano Malpensa or Linate? Here are the best places to have a proper breakfast, a nice lunch or a late dinner while waiting for the next flight.

Italians take their food very seriously, even at the airport. In recent years, bad coffee and ordinary brioches made space for much better proposals and the pleasure to spend time waiting for the next flight comfortably seated at the table.

Linate airport

The Michelangelo Restaurant is a true restaurant, not a stopgap before the gate. It is located overlooking the runaways and offers an à la carte menu and several tasting menus for customers who want to take it easy, and quick ones, specifically created for busy schedules. It’s an anthology of Italian cuisine, from raw shrimp to fregola sarda pasta. A dish of the week is served in 8 minutes, a hamburger in 12 minutes and a daily menu in 40 minutes. All you need is just a sandwich? Head to Panino Giusto, a quality chain also found all over Milan.

Malpensa airport

At Malpensa, superb coffee can be found at the Café of starred chef Davide Oldani. If you want to have pizza, there is RossoPomodoro; for traditional Parma cold cuts, Gourmè, which opened a space at the airport and offers great Parma ham sandwiches; while for a true Mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP, there is the Obikà Mozzarella Bar, preparing dishes, sandwiches, salads and desserts exclusively made with Italian, high quality products. To end with a dessert, there is Venchi, for a delicious chocolate ice cream.

Bergamo airport - Orio al Serio

Bergamo based ELAV brewery, one of the most established in Italy and renowned internationally, offers 25 craft beers (for takeaway, too) ranging from blonde to dark seasonal ones, of which a selection of 10 are also available as draught beers, accompanied by artisan breads, focaccia, and snacks. For light and contemporary dishes, there is VI.CO.OK, that boasts a partnership with the Cerea family of the 3-starred Da Vittorio restaurant.

A glass of Italian sparkling wine: always

At Linate and Malpensa, you can enjoy a good glass of sparkling Italian wine at Ferrari Spazio Bollicine. A great way to learn about the Trentodoc, classic sparkling wine made in Trentino. For a glass of bubbly while at Orio al Serio, the Consorzio Franciacorta bar promotes classic methods of wine productions in the territory.