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La Collina d'Oro
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Ranked #318 of 9,019 Restaurants in Milan
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed February 6, 2015

This restaurant is one of the best Asian fusion in the city.The quality of food is amazing,the fish is very fresh and the proposals on the menu are very creative.The staff is friendly and professional and the owner is attentive and careful of his customers.High quality with the right price!
Definitely you have to try it!!!

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Reviewed November 7, 2014

I'm not an expert in Asian or Fusion food but what is sure that dining at La Collina d'Oro has truly been a pleasant experience and a nice culinary trip around Asia. This restarant il located in front of Rubens Hotel, a 4 star hotel, in a central area although out of the "inner circke". Easy to reach also by public transportation, anyway.
Good choice of traditional Japanese dishes (Hosomari, Uramaki, Sushi,Udon, Tempura etc), good selection of Di Sum, traditional soups and Thai (Tom Yam Kung, Phad Thai etc), dishes, Chinese favourites (Peking duck, to book one day in advance). Addditonally to this an more, including a good selection of appetizers, a nice offering of what i call "fusion" dishes, either for meat and fish. assorted steamed fish with with spring onions, cappesante in almond crust, large shrimps with green tea and much more. I definitely recommend it. Last, but not least: very friendly staff, good service, honest prices (not cheap Chinese but good value for money) in a modern but not coldmor unfriendly setting. La Collina d'Oro provides take away service, too : and it is very successful ! Not a bad idea to book in advance, especially if you plan to reach after 7.30pm

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1  Thank marco f
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Reviewed October 6, 2014 via mobile

The food was really good, the staff was nice and friendly, really good worth for your money if you are starting to get tired of the pizzas in Italy :)

1  Thank Katymami
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Reviewed January 29, 2014

A hidden place in a pleasant area just a bit out from central Milan. Thai and Japanese excellent food. Very friendly people (they also allowed me inside at 23.30). Also reasonably priced

1  Thank paolo p
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Reviewed September 18, 2012 via mobile

I was staying across the street at the Hotel Rubens for a week on business and it took me until my last night to finally wander over and try it. To be honest, the restaurant just doesn't have that much street appeal. The reception guy at the hotel told me ask for Massimo who is the owner. I did (I think he's the only one in the restaurant that speaks English) and he took great care of me

The interior is quite nice -ask for a table upstairs. I ordered the Kaiben Salad -various sashimi on salad with a delicious dressing and the Ura Dragon Special which was unagi, cooked asparagus and avocado in a beautiful presentation.

I have to say, this was the best meal I had in Milan and for a very reasonable price (under 30 euro including a glass of wine and bottle of water) It's probably out of the way for people staying in central Milan, but a short few blocks walk from either the Gambara or Di Angeli stations and worth the trip.

As an aside, as a woman dining alone I felt very comfortable and well taken care of. Not par for the course in Milan.

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