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Alister's  


The Brit in Milan.

An English cook, Italian wait-staff and global patronage. Alistair’s discreet fusion cuisine tends to the Italian, but isn’t afraid to push the envelope, all in designer ambiance and Buddha Bar soundtrack. Recommended: pork stuffed with pears and Castelmagno, filetto al bacon e balsamico. Great Sunday brunch. Reservations recommended. — Aaron Maines

Major Credit Cards  
Via A. Tadino, 38, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.2951.9840
Closed Sundays


Da Giacomo  


Tart tatin is a treat.

Popular with the fashion and publishing crowd as well as international bankers and businessmen, fish is featured in this Ligurian/Tuscan classic. The specialty is gnocchi Da Giacomo in a tasty seafood and tomato sauce. The décor, with its tank of fish and tiled floor, is elegant bistro. This is a faithful standard when you want something elegant but not pretentious, friendly but sophisticated. Fresh fish a strong point. The dessert cart includes tarte tatin and Sicilian cassata. Reservations essential, and don’t think of getting them the same day during fashion or furniture weeks. — Madeleine Johnson

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Via P. Sottocorno, 6, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.7602.3313
http://www.dagiacomoristorante.it
Open Daily


La Terrazza  


Tables with a view.

Across from the Giardini Pubblici, this is the place for outdoor dining. It offers innovative Italian food to a business clientele, including the much-vaunted "Mediterranean sushi," made with pearl barley instead of rice and incorporating pesto, blood oranges, or olive tapenade. Sunday brunch and takeout are also available. — Madeleine Johnson

Major Credit Cards  
Via Palestro, 2, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.7600.2277
Open Daily


Pizzeria Naturale  


Organic pizzas, cheap and good.

The menu of delicious organic pizzas is rounded out by a wide variety of side dishes (including minestrone and quiches). The locale is invitingly old-style. Excellent and prompt service. To my knowledge, the best value for your money in Milan. — Daniele Vitale

Major Credit Cards  
Via Edmondo De Amicis, 24, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.839.5710
Closed Mondays



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