Review five good historic taverns and inns in Milan, is become an hard work. Some old taverns have been replaced by new bistrot and trandy locals (old specially designed chairs and tables are placed everywhere in our city). A bit because the older managers don’t make it more and … leave.
Think of the inns in Milan means to imagine living rooms with classic checkered tablecloths and images of Teomondo Scrofalo on the walls. However, between traditional dishes- cassoeula, cutuletta (meat with bone), rusumada – and old locals, someone resists.
Originally, the real area of taverns was overlooking the Naviglio, near via Padova, via Giuba, via Crescenzago and surroundings.
The Bocciofile di Crescenzago, for example, gave, behind the tavern of Gobba, a beautiful arbor, where you could play the game of bowls.There were a lot of these taverns.
Here is the top 5, the best rustic restaurants!
1.Trattoria Pizzeria al Trancio La Cappelletta.
Pizza, cutlet, roasted pork shank, chips, beer and wine and, for the most greedy, fried dumpling and cold cuts. In winter, do not miss the polenta. Customers of any age. The district Ventura-Lambrate is the trendy, here it is hard to find parking, but the restaurant is cozy and can accommodate many customers. Opposite the entrance is a small chapel, since Roman times, this was a sacred place.
Via Carlo Bertolazzi, 26 (corner via Conte Rosso – Lambrate)
Telephone number +39 022151456
2. Trattoria Bolognese da Mauro
Compared to the name, they cook a fantastic cotoletta alla milanese (cutlet)! This is one of the most fun and rustic locals of Milan. A bit far, you have to go after the Canottieri of Navigli, but is worth it. Here you can eat the pollo alla romagnola ( chicken cooked as in the Adriatic): Mauro is from Bologna, he lives in Milan from 1969, but tradition and art in the kitchen aren’t gone out of fashion.
Trattoria Bolognese da Mauro
via Elio Lombardini, 14
Telephone number: 02 8372866
3.Giulio Pane e Ojo Osteria Romana Milano
Here you can eat the roman food: cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper) is fantastic. A little restaurant easy to reach for lunch and dinner, near the Porta Romana subway’s stop, it offers a lot of wines and a lot of recipes – the best ones are marked on the slate. Someone complained of the rustic ways of personnel, but you know… so’ ragazzi, so’ romani (they’re boys, they’re romans).
Giulio Pane e Ojo Osteria Romana Milano
Via Ludovico Muratori, 10 (Porta Romana, M3 yellow line)
Tel. +39 02.54.56.189 – Cell. +39 340.580.66.41
4.Osteria del Binari
After the bridge of Porta Genova, in the area of Ticinese, there is an historical local of Milan that you can’t lose, in Liberty style. Here you can find a dehor how rarely it is found in cities, fashionable people. In this restaurant you can taste the ossobuco (braised veal).
Osteria del Binari
Via Tortona, 1
Telephone number: 02.83.95.095
Come back where our selecion is started: Lambrate, La Gobba, via Padova. In via Padova 91 has endured over time an authentic Bocciofila (bowling) with food service. Bar, Bocciofila with old people in action, area where children can play, a restaurant where you can find – obviously only homemade dishes: sliced and mozzarella, tagliatelle with cherry tomatoes and pecorino or venison ragout, con tanto di anziani in azione, area bambini per stare tranquilli, ristorante in cui trovare – ovviamente su tavoli e tovaglie (di carta) solo piatti casalinghi: affettati e mozzarella, tagliatelle con pomodorini mandorle e pecorino o al ragù di cervo, mixed grilled meats, rib, (cutlet) etc. Fish menu made-to-order.
Via Padova 91
Telephone numeber: 02.28.26.059
Opening hours: every day, not Sunday during dinner time. https://plus.google.com/103020159538774291862/about?gl=it&hl=it
Festival atmosphere and popular air of a time. There is also this in Milan, and it isn’t obvious. Not to lose. Enjoy your meal!
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