Overlooking Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, just a few steps away from the impressive Duomo of Milan, Michelin-starred Ristorante VUN is nestled in the context of the Park Hyatt Hotel. Decorated in an essential and modern style with fine attention to details, VUN welcomes diners in a simple yet sophisticated atmosphere. The kitchen is run by Neapolitan executive chef Andrea Aprea, whose culinary style revolves around a taste for innovation that goes hand in hand with esteem for Italy’s rich gastronomic tradition. A range of themes unfold in his set menus, like ‘Neapolitan routes’ and ‘travelling between north and south’, while the à la carte menu enhances the flavours of culinary styles from across the country.
Ristorante VUN, Via Silvio Pellico 3, Milan, Italy, +39 02 8821 1234
Run by tireless chef Sandro Caputo, Nerino Dieci is a little gem on Milan’s dining scene, and among the most widely appreciated foodie destinations in the city. A small environment, yet simple and tasteful in its interior décor, this trattoria can accommodate guests at high tables with stalls as well as at classic lower and ampler tables. The core of the cuisine at Nerino Dieci lies in the chef’s passion for fish. Offering both a seasonal and a daily lunch menu, fish is present in many of the appetizers, primi and secondi, from the mazzancolle (a kind of shrimp) in tempura with soy mayonnaise, to an impressive variety of mussels and grilled fish.
Nerino Dieci, Via Nerino 10, Milan, Italy, +39 02 3983 1019
By Enrichetta Frezzato