We eat out quite a lot and this is one of the better non-Michelin starred restaurants we've been to. Our food was very good quality and terrifically good value: supper for two €70 inc a bottle of house sparkling white.
Our Friday night reservation was for 8pm, a table was immediately ready and we were welcomed with a glass of prosseco. Although the restaurant was about half full, it filled quickly and booking is advisable. The tables are well spaced and other guests conversations didn't intrude at all. There are some high tables and stools overlooking the open kitchen which look fun and we'd try them for a short lunch perhaps.
The portions we had were an excellent size and represented amazing value for money considering. The owners clearly want to wow their customers, so I say, keep it up! My wife had tuna tartare, I had octopus and for primo piatti, monkfish penne and gnocchi, both delicious. Our waiter who also spoke excellent English as well as responding in Italian to my rudimentary efforts, advised us when ordering secondi piatti (main course) to leave it til later to decide. He was right! My wife wasn't hungry any more, nor was I really, but I felt it opportune to try one of Milan's renowned dishes, the fried veal cutlet, a very large schnitzel with lovely large bone. We shared and had no space for desert, electing to stroll and get a gelato on the move, a traditional Italian way to finish a meal.
A word about the wine. Coming from England we are simply not used to such an excellent variety of house wine, 3 or 4 of each type, and all very reasonably priced.
The atmosphere was very good in the restaurant, the hubbub was cheerful and good-natured. It seemed a genuinely happy place. I like the way this place ia run. Good leadership here.
Overall excellent value for money and I'd class this as €€€ not €€€€. Can't wait to return.
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