This is a nice little neighborhood restaurant on the edge of Brera District in Milan. Traveling and dining solo can be daunting but I felt very comfortable here and the service was very attentive. It is not at all a tourist trap and the waitstaff spoke very little english. You could see into the kitchen as well and watch them cooking your meal. The atmosphere was authentic and the food was very good. I was brought a complimentary antipasti, had an insalata special and then had homemade ravioli which was to die for. The prices were very reasonable, 34 euro for 2 courses and wine. Definately a place to go if you want an authentic and comfortable dining experience in Milan.
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