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At Seta, guests can enjoy a contemporary twists on Italian classics, either indoors or on the private courtyard patio.
Located at the Mandarin Oriental, Milan, on the ground level, is Seta—a two Michelin star–awarded restaurant that boasts fine fare by Chef Antonio Guida. Here, guests can enjoy a contemporary twists on Italian classics, either indoors or on the private courtyard patio. Wherever you dine, both destinations provide perfect outposts to watch cuisine art at work.
Whitewaller recommends: Opting for the tasting menu.
Located within Porta Nuova’s Solaria Tower in Milan is AALTO—the only Japanese restaurant in Italy with a Michelin star.
A true dining destination just steps from Milan’s iconic church, Terrazza Duomo 21 is a premier venue for a one-of-a-kind experience.
Atop the historic Enel building, the house of the Dsquared2 group, Ceresio 7 welcomes visitors to a stunning restaurant and two swimming pools.
Égalité is a new concept that evolves around the idea of a French bakery.
Peck offers a delicatessen with a deli shop, a restaurant, a wine bar, and a cocktail bar.
The Botanical Club’s fine dining presents small plates of contemporary cuisine, a raw bar, and an exquisite cocktail bar.
Known for its 20th-century design elements, indoor and outdoor spaces, and classic dishes and fresh seafood, Giacomo Argenario is a Milan favorite.
Complemented by an outside terrace, Cova welcomes guests inside to explore a selection of products—such as small, handmade patisseries and traditional recipes.