Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Food in Milan

Dinners in Milan are more elaborate than just a simple Pizza or Panini. 

By the way, Milan is the home of quite a few dishes which we regard as classic Italian. The Minestrone soup is Milanese, as is the Milanese cutlet which is a flattened, crumb fried veal cutlet. Risotto Milanese is obviously local. The delicious Osso Bucco with Gremolata is local too. Pasta and fish are big too. Here is a sample of what we ate.


Anti Pasti at Bistrot Savini

Milanese at Bistrot Savini

Osso Bucco at Bistrot Savini
Beef Carpaccio at Osteria Stendhal
Risotto Milanese at Osteria Stendhal

Minestrone Soup at Osteria Stendhal

Eggplant Parmesan at Osteria Stendhal

Parma Ham and Melon at Osteria Stendhal

Grilled Tuna at Osteria Stendhal
Pasta with fresh white Truffle at Osteria Cavallini

Risotto with fresh white truffle at Osteria Cavallini

Beef Cheek with Jus and Mashed Potato at Osteria Cavallini

A chocolate fondant at Osteria Cavallini

Tiramisu at Osteria Cavallini
Taggiatelli with Fresh Mushroom at Restaurant Toranini 25

Spaghetti with Scampi and Zucchini Flowers at Restaurant Toranini 25

Frito Misto at Restaurant Toranini 25

Sea Bream with a Potato crust at Restaurant Toranini 25

The best Veal Milanese at Restaurant Toranini 25
A bowl with grated Parmesan


  1. Wow! Drooling BIG TIME!

  2. Phew! Mind BLASTING.

    didnt know you had a knack towards photography... very very well take photos.