Style doesn’t stop at the catwalk in Italy’s fashion capital. From top chefs to award-winning kitchen brigades, in Milan you will find some of the best restaurants in Italy. More than fashion week, high-street shopping and well-dressed people, Milan is a perfect food destination with a long and venerable history as a center of gastronomy.

Follow our guide to the most stylish restaurants in Milan and avoid tourist traps.

Ceresio 7

Excellent venue not only to dine but also for an exclusive aperitivo, Ceresio 7, the restaurant created by Canadian twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten, founders and owners of international fashion house Dsquared², has quickly become one of the coolest places in Milan. Its rooftop pools offer a stunning view of the city.

Ceresio Restaurant

Ceresio Restaurant

Location: Via Ceresio 7, Milan


One of the most awarded restaurants in the city, Cracco, founded by über-talented chef Carlo Cracco, one of the judges on the Italian edition of the talent show MasterChef, has been listed in San Pellegrino’s 100 best restaurants awards. In his eponymous Michelin two-starred restaurant, chef Carlo Cracco is actively updating and reinterpreting traditional Milanese cuisine to give it a modern twist.

Cracco Restaurant

Cracco Restaurant

Address : Via Victor Hugo 4, Milan

Ristorante Trussardi alla Scala

Located right near the Opera, in the heart of the city, the restaurant founded by the Trussardi family has a neat design and simple yet highly refined décor, which perfectly reflects the elegance that has become integral to Milan’s fashion world. Its wall of enormous windows overlooking ancient Piazza della Scala deserves a special mention.


Address : Piazza della Scala 5, Milan


Founded by American restaurateur Joe Bastianich and Argentine-Italian showgirl Belén Rodríguez, Ricci is to be found in Piazza della Repubblica. The menu is a combination of American and Italian gastronomy. On weekend nights you can enjoy some of the best deejay sets along with live music. If you want a lively night out, head to Ricci.

Joe Bastianich's restaurant

Joe Bastianich’s restaurant

Address : Piazza della Repubblica 27, Milan

Armani Nobu

Placed within the Emporio Armani Store, in the heart of Milan’s luxury district, Nobu has quickly become an icon even for the less fashionistas in town. The food in Nobu, the best Sushi luxury chain in the world, is just as good as the flagship location in Tribeca, NYC. Eating sushi has never been so stylish. You can feel a combination of Armani’s Italian style and Japanese influence in the semi-translucent wall lighting accessories and in the stunning wooden ceiling beams.

Armani Nobu Restaurant

Armani Nobu Restaurant

Address : Via Alessandro Manzoni 31, Milan

The Stage

Located above the brand’s Multiexperience Store in Piazza Gae Aulenti, which is becoming the new hot fashion destination in town, the new Replay restaurant has a wine bar with a Champagne lounge and a private VIP room. The interior is very distinctive, with a ceiling carved in the shape of an overturned hull and high quality polished wood finishing that reminds of a luxury yacht.

The Stage Restaurant

The Stage Restaurant

Address : Piazza Gae Aulenti 4, Milan

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La Briciola

Located in the historic, stylish and chic Brera district, traditional Italian restaurant La Briciola will surprise you with its stunning internal décor. Well-known to the Milanese élite, La Briciola is famous for its delicious meat.

Address :  Via Marsala 2, Milan


An institution in Milan, located on the first floor of world-famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Savini opened in 1867 and has succeeded in preserving its tradition, serving iconic Italian dishes with an innovative twist. This is by far one of the most highly reviewed fine dining venues in the whole city.

Address :  Via Ugo Foscolo 5, Milan