Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile are just starting, and when we talk about Milan design and food is always comes across to our thought. The Italian city is where you find the most extraordinary designers and great traditional Italian food . But when this two passion come together they create the beautiful and stylish restaurants featuring high level cuisine . Here are the best design restaurants that you must try in Milan.
Larte In the Quadrilatero della Moda,the city’s quintessential fashion district, born an appealing project planed by Altagamma ,Larte (meaning ‘the art’) is a restaurant-cum-concept store hybrid that celebrates the Italian culture of food and wine, but also art and design. The interiors, which revolve around a palette of ecru and gold, gather the finest in Italian-produced creations, featuring Carlo Mollino and Damian Williamson’s tables for Zanotta, along with French designers Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance and Ora Ito’s chairs. Works by Italian artists such as Emilio Vedova and Alberto Burri adorn the concrete walls.
T’a Bistro by Vincenzo de Cotis Designed by the local architect Vincenzo de Cotiis, the interior of this delicious boutique chocolate shop-slash-restaurant has a saucy retro 1960s Italian feel, featuring accents of brass, plush velvet upholstery and the all important significance and abundance of marble. A perfect setting for a cosy dinner or a luxe aperitivo.
Ceresio 7 Pool Bar & Restaurant This rooftop Pool Bar & Restaurant located in an historical 1930s building from the Fascist era in Milan is a place to see and be seen. The site previously housed the offices of the national electricity company, and is now the home of the Canadian fashion house DSQUARED². Commissioned by Dean and Dan Caten, the twin brothers behind DSQUARED², the interior was designed by the legendary Dimore Studio.
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco and art director Tanja Solci have joined forces to create Carlo e Camilla in Segheria, the latest addition to Milan’s fertile restaurant scene. The restaurant is housed in an old sawmill purchased by Solci’s grandparents back in the 1930s. Look out for a full feature about this restaurant and a little Q&A with Tanja in the next few days.
Ristorante Mimmo Milano. Nearby Porta Venezia, the restaurant Mimmo is located inside the Dondup boutique, which is its partner. Once you get into the store, all you have to do is to go upstairs and reach a cozy environment furnished in shabby chic style featuring light-colored wood paneling and suffuse lighting. A varied menu is offered ranging from seafood to meat, with well selected wines.