Good selection of tapas and affordable price for drinks. Venue is warmly decorated with a left lining undertone
We had a very good meal with tempura (fried vegetables) and for main course nice pasta. The cocktails are also very good and cheaper than the wine. The waiters didn t speak english but the boss was so no problem at all. We recommend this...More
Good food, with ethnic (african) touches, a bit spicy and different from standard happy hours. Very nice staff, we were with two toddlers, they had a lot of patience! Last but not least, there are not so many places in Milano in which hoegarden beer...More
All other guests were Italians, which was a good sign for us. The waiters didnt speak any english and the menu was in Italian, so the boss got the cook from the kitchen to translate for us (because he was the only one to speak...More
Not many beers on tap, but I liked what they had (Hoegaarden, Leffe Red, and something lighter). More than 20 aperitivo platters--- a bit of a middle eastern flair. The offerings may rotate, but this one was vegetable-heavy, both fresh and braised, complimented by some...More
This restaurant was somewhat more of a walk than we bargained for from the Milan train station, but was worth the effort. It was fairly busy on a Saturday night with folks from the neighborhood. There was no English Language menu and trying to communicate...More
The food is simple but good, this is the only positive note. i reserved for Saturday 12 places but there are only 11 chairs ... a person has to sit on a step with wooden cover 2 hours for the first dish, 3,5 for a...More
Have interesting brunches - e.g. an Italian region's cuisine compared and scored against an international cuisine. We attended "Liguria vs. Kurdistan" and enjoyed it famously. Kurdistan won, by a narrow margin.