I work close to Acero Rosso, and often go there for lunch. It can get very busy at lunchtime, but unless you're with a big group, you'll usually get seated quickly even without a reservation. The food is very nice, I particularly like the gnocchetti Acero Rosso that they do, and their pizza is good quality too. They also have a seafood buffet, which I've never had, but an Italian client of mine tried it when we were at lunch one day, and said it was good. I've only ever been at lunchtime, so can't comment on the evening service, but they do a great job with the lunchtime rush - I never have to wait long to be seated, have my order taken, or my food served. The waiters are as friendly as can be expected when they're running around non-stop, and the atmosphere is lively, if a little noisy at times. This isn't a tourist restaurant at all, it's situated in a business area of Milan, so the people you encounter tend to be local working people on their lunch breaks. Having said that, it's only a two minute walk from Santa Maria Delle Grazie, where the Last Supper is housed. The price is average for the area - I usually spend between 11 and 14 euros for a pizza or pasta dish and a water or beer.
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