Food and drink
Old favourites such as the ubiquitous saffron risotto and osso bucco are perennials, but the rest of the menu changes monthly with mouth-watering options such as braised beef in barolo wine with polenta. There are daily specials from tripe to casouela, an excellent wine list and, unusually, a selection of draft beers.
Beams, checked tablecloths, candles, wooden chairs and baskets of breadsticks – this has all the great traditions, with several small dining rooms and an outdoor area for warmer weather.
Attentive and friendly service.
A little way out of the centre, near the San Siro stadium.
Because it's a little out of the way, this is great value (comparatively). Expect to pay up to about 50 euros for a three course meal without wine.
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Sporty types
- Escaping the crowds
- No fuss
- Chilling out