Where to eat out in Milan

March 28, 2019 | Life, Life Italy

Eating out in Milan is a delight: there are so many places where you can eat and drink very well that sometimes it’s hard to make a choice. In order to help you find the best options which will appeal to all tastes and budgets, Wanted in Milan have selected ten of the best restaurants, in different areas of the city with different culinary options.


If you’re looking for good restaurants in Milan where exquisite food is always guaranteed, you’re definitely spoiled for choice. Even Michelin Star restaurants can be found in the city. Some of the top restaurants in Milan can be found in Navigli and Brera districts. Here’s our top 5 selection.

Seta – Led by the acclaimed chef Antonio Guida, this two-star Michelin restaurant, located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, has quickly became one of the best place to eat in Milan. The menu offers a lively modern version of classic Italian cuisine, revisited with creative techniques.
Via Monte di Pietà 18, 20121 Milano

Seta Restaurant

Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia – Chefs Alessandro Negrini and Fabio Pisani offer contemporary Italian cuisine based on their research for the perfect ingredients combined with traditional recipes. Here you can enjoy an elegant but sober ambiance.
Via Privata Raimondo Montecuccoli 6, 20147 Milano

Sadler – An excellent restaurant offering Italian cuisine, this is one of the best fish and seafood restaurants in Milan. It offers a refined and sophisticated ambiance with the most exquisite cuisine.
Via Ascanio Sforza 77, 20147 Milano

Ristorante Cracco – This is the restaurant of the most famous chef in Italy, best known for his role as one of the judges on the Italian version of the tv show “Masterchef”. Awarded with 2 Michelin Stars, it’s considered one of the best places to eat in Milan.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 20121 Milano

Spazio Milano –  Located at the Mercato del Duomo, in the heart of the city on a terrace overlooking Piazza Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the bistro Niko Romito offers contemporary Italian cuisine balanced between tradition and innovation. This is great value for money.
c/o 4° piano Mercato del Duomo – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 20121 Milano


Want to eat well and spend less? Not always easy but eating healthily on a tight budget in Milan can be done, if you know where to go. Here are 5 of the best value cheaper restaurants in Milan where you can eat for under €25.

Mare Culturale Urbano – Located in Cascina Torrette, it’s a centre for artistic production offering co-working spaces, training and meeting rooms, a craft brewery and a restaurant that serve genuine dishes in an informal environment.
Via Giuseppe Gabetti 15, 20147 Milano

Mare Culturale Urbano

Trattoria Bolognese da Mauro – Among pasta restaurants in Milan, this is one of the finest options. It’s an institution in the Navigli area and proposes abundant dishes of the Emilian cuisine in an ambiance that recalls the good trattorias of Bologna.
Via Elia Lombardini 14, 20143 Milano

Piccola Ischia Neapolitan pizza in Milan. Piccola Ischia brings the ingredients, tradition, passion, dough and ritual handed down from generation to generation. Here you can also enjoy the Panuozzo Napoletano, fried zucchini flowers, and breaded mozzarella balls. Cheap, super friendly staff and cozy environment.
Various locations

Taglio – A pleasant and well-kept place that combines, grocery, bar and restaurant, with dishes prepared with excellent quality ingredients.
Via Vigevano 10, 20144 Milano

Pizzium – Here you can eat some of the best pizza in Milan, made in a revisited Neapolitan style with high quality ingredients. Pizzium offers a menu that recalls ingredients and regional recipes of the genuine Italian tradition.
Various locations

Want to know more about Milan? You can read more tips and suggestions on what to see, do, know and where to go in the city on Wanted in Milan.

March 2019

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