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Every time we come to Milan (2-3 times a year) we make sure to stay in Chiaravalle milanese to have dinner at Al Laghett. Perfect service, good wine and even better food. It's always nice to see what they make out of their own seasonal...products. A MUST.More
We were there last week on Sunday.
....beginning of spring, nice sunny day a bit cold, nice green outdoor area!.
Try the pollo alla piastra! Unbelievably good.
Try also the risotto al salto.
Good restaurant, very good restaurant, of you like outside lunch this could...be the place.
Tha place the atmosphere are regular, probably better in summer.Quite good wine list.
Food not bad but not particularly tasty. I wanted RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE but there was not (there was only the variante al SALTO so I had PAPPARDELLE AL RAGU , regular, and...CASSOEULA, very poor, it is a traditional , poor food but this one was with no variety and quantity was not enought, considering that it is not cheap (17 euro only this) first course (9 euro) and dessert CAULAT it is a typical creme of the Lombardia area, not very known (made with eggs, fresh cream,lemon ) quite good.(6 euro for a cup).But what I consider really not fear was the price of COPERTO (that s mean bread, table cloth etc 3 euro. (usually no more then 1 or 2 euro) The place is n the money value .(for a full meal and wine, even only a glas ,4-5 euro) at the end around 40 euro .
I will never eat again in this restaurant..More
I used to eat here often a few years back and it was good traditional food. I went back last weekend and the food quality declined a lot. The lasagne were not very tasty and very heavy (I eat lasagne all the time anywhere in...Italy). The polenta was so so. Nothing special. The fried cabbage and pumpkin croquettes were ok but nothing special. I am not coming backMore
Staying close by and with very few options we decided to walk to "Laghett". Very rustic. Staff were very friendly and helpful despite the language gaps. Enjoyed a small antipasto plate and mains of soup and pork. The dishes were simple and wonderfully tasty. Great...dinner all round. Wine list was quite extensive and reasonably priced.More
Spectral, gothic experience, while get lost in the country side looking for the way to Milan.
Traditional Lombard cousin with some remarks on seasoned grilled vegetables, Ossobuco , brasato, polenta, ext.,
A little bit pricy but worths.
Date of visit: November 2014
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