Next to Milan’s Corso Sempione avenue, we find the gourmet restaurant Bullona, named after the train station that once existed in the same location. The décor has a combination of Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements from the past, as well as modern furnishings with glass lamps and an impressive chandelier.
The rich menu focuses only on fresh fish, with a selection of raw and cooked delicacies such as oysters, shellfish, king crab, spaghettone caviar, accompanied by a proper selection of wines.
Aperitivos are also available, with freshly made cocktails, valuable wine and champagne labels that are accompanied by small appetizers. After dinner, the ambience is livened by a DJ that allows guests to dance until the early morning hours.
Via Piero della Francesca, 64