One of Milan’s most famous landmarks, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, has just welcomed a new addition. Piloted by Carlo Cracco, this new restaurant has been decorated by Studio Peregalli and spreads across three floors, with a total of six spaces, including a restaurant, café, patisserie, chocolatier, wine bar and some private lounges, all dedicated to Italian cuisine. In a typical Milanese interior of gold detailing, marble and lofty ceilings, visitors can sit at the table of their choice.
Every morning, the café offers Italian pastries from chef Marco Pedron, accompanied, of course, by a classic espresso. Until the late evenings, the restaurant showcases the best of the peninsula’s dishes, with everything from saffron risotto to oysters, spaghetti, caviar and a special selection of Spigaroli hams. The ideal spot to eat, drink, and laugh after a long day of shows.