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We walked for about 49 minutes in Milan looking for a nice small quaint restaurant. We stopped at DeRos to look at the menu. They have fresh fish daily, not meat on the menu.
I ordered the octopus, which is one of the best I’ve...More
Having been for lunch 2 months ago I was keen to return, this time for dinner.
Rather disappointing service when it took 20 minutes for 2 pre dinner drinks to arrive from the time of order.
Each course contained too much lemon juice and, this...More
Visited with family and it’s an intimate venue with only a handful of tables. There’s a mezzanine floor with a couple of further tables. The menu had an abundance of fish dishes, which all sounded lovely. However, our selection of meals were lacking in flavour....More
Date of visit: October 2018
Roberto G, Proprietario at DeRos, responded to this reviewResponded January 8, 2019
thanks a lot for your write up!
We will take note of your comment to improve our proposal I'd like also to inform you that since your visit in October we change our Chef as well as our menu: we hope to have...More
This place is beautiful and the food is more than delicious. Also, it gives you that luxuries feeling when they take your jackets and the complimentary prosecco, the high knowledgeable waiter telling you where the wine is coming from and suggesting delicious meals. A very...More
We had just been shopping around the Duomo Gallerias and wanted lunch but the place we were heading for was closed for the holidays and everywhere around the area was heaving with people as it was January 2nd. So we wandered into a side street...More
Went to the restaurant with my mum expecting a very good food. Good reviews and photos reinforced the feeling.
What's was good about the restaurant : 1.Ambiance
Stylish, clean, convenient tables
2. Friendliness of the staff
Not so good:
Won't say it's bad. It...More
Easily the best food we had in Milano and - dare I say - best meals I’ve ever had.
Lunch with the family during Fashion Week and Luca took such good care of us. He picked our meal for us and shared such amazing wines...More
This is very nice place! We had a great and tasty diner for four! Fresh ousters and fantastic Mediterranean fish! Personal is very friendly and kind. They have a Russian speaking girl Ljydmila and she is fantastic!
Great location, beautifully appointed furnishings, chinaware is of the highest quality and it's low keyed & subdued in atmosphere. Wine list is extensive, interesting & reasonably priced (I use Vivino all the time.) food offerings are distinctly Milanese but not pretentious or overwhelming! Staff will...More
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