Experimental dessert ‘Pulp Fiction’ served at Contraste restaurant in Milan – consisting of a coconut mousse, dark chocolate bullets, and a beetroot sauce

A chef’s guide to the best restaurants in Milan

Destination
James Hanning finds out where one of Milan’s top chefs, Antonio Guida, chooses to dine in the city.
Over the last decade, Milan has enjoyed a remarkable gastronomic boom, not merely among the top-of-the range restaurants, but in high-standard, lower-key bistros and bars. Among the chefs with a reputation for excellence is Antonio Guida, whose fine-dinning restaurant Seta, at Mandarin Oriental, Milan has won two Michelin stars in the three years since it opened. Here Chef Guida, in conversation with journalist James Hanning, offers his guide to Milan’s best of the rest.
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Occupying four elegant 18th-century buildings, steps away from La Scala, Mandarin Oriental, Milan offers the perfect combination of comfort, elegance and style.

 

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