Italian, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 12:30
$$$$ Price range per person 45-180 €
Via Privata Raimondo Montecuccoli, 6, Milan
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Milan, Lombardy, Italy

The walk with a view of Oasi San Francesco is what you can expect after dining at this restaurant. At this place you can find the Italian cuisine. The chef at Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia cooks good ossobuco, spaghetti and risotto. You can order tasty gelato, soufflés and tiramisu. This place is known for delicious wine, cordial or fino sherry. When visiting this place, it's a must to try great ristretto, latte or lemonade.

It's easy to find this spot due to its convenient location. The cute staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place wonderful. Fabulous service is something clients like here. This restaurant offers you food at attractive prices. The lovely decor and calm ambiance let visitors feel relaxed here. This two-star Michelin restaurant will serve you excellent meals created by a senior chef.

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We made reservations through AMEX and they received a confirmation email from the restaurants t saying we were confirmed. We arrived they stated they could not seat us as they need 60 euros to hold our reservation and they told AMEX. Our Email from them stated they confirmed. They turned us away. What horrible service. I guess being Michelin rated doesn’t mean you have class.
MENTAL..... ARE YOU SERIOUS!!! Very Very well deserved honors for this establishment. The front of house to back of house is incredible. Best service I've ever had, the best contemporary Italian experience of my life. I cannot praise and write more about how much I loved my time here. Warning- if you are doing a tasting menu (HIGHLY RECOMMEND) make sure your booking 3-4 hours to indulge and be shocked on how your tastebuds mixed with priceless ambiance and plating. PS- we had the Territory Tasting Menu and I cannot remember every dish name but it's a homage to the location produce and the gastronomy efforts and expertise from the chefs. Trust me the tasting menu will leave you full and ready to have the best dreams of your life!!!!
Located on the outskirts of Milan and featuring a revered focus on Modern Italian cuisine Il luogo di Aimo e Nadia was chosen for the final dinner in Italy for a group of four touring the region, the meal a beautiful one save for a few glitches in service and dessert that fell flat largely as a result of personal tastes. Fancied in part due to the brightly lit environment and Abstract artwork, enormous canvases flanking both sides of the room as light music plays, it was perhaps twenty minutes late that our party arrived due to traffic, the Maitre d' a generous man happily sharing stories of almost ubiquitous delinquent arrivals for the same reason throughout the restaurant's storied past. Now over fifty years old, a Michelin Star or Two held for several over time, it was at a plush four top that the group sat with water quickly poured and refreshed frequently, the Server making inquiry as to the purpose of our travels and on hearing the dining agenda deciding to put on a show. Helmed by husband and wife, Aimo and Nadia Moroni joined by daughter Stefania who manages the space now toqued by Fabio Pisani and Alessandro Negrini, a meal at Il luogo is best described as a dialogue with Italian ingredients tinged in French influences, the cuisine almost Mediterranean at times without losing sight of its historical relevance. Divided into two tasting menus and a la carte options, an eponymous degustazione offering the most immersive look at Fabio and Alessandro's cusine, dinner began with "a small taste" set to stretch nearly thirty minutes across six bites plus Bread service, the Crispy Red Pepper with Prosciutto di Parma and Mussel stuffed with Mozzrella, Tomatoes, and Celeriac particularly elegant when paired with a brisk 2013 Etna Bianco DOC. Awkwardly paced despite a half-filled restaurant early on, delays between dishes ranging anywhere from fifteen minutes to forty, the tasting officially commenced with marinated Sea Bream that proved surprisingly capable of standing up to Passion Fruit and Carrots thanks to Herbs and Sea, a follow-up of Vegetable Soup with Legumes far more luxurious than one may anticipate, though a bit too substantial in portion considering the number of courses to follow. Matching the room's vibrant color scheme with "That's Raviolo!", a clear Noodle with Creamy Scarmorza infused with Ink at its center, the Risotto to follow was an equally impressive plate pairing Carnaroli Rice with purple Shrimp from Sanremo, a bold bouquet of Herbs completing the picture with stewed Tomatoes and crispy Capers. Offering up a perfect duo of Veal Tortelli lightly dressed in fragrant sauce as the meal marched on, it was after a lengthy delay that a Croquette of confit Lamb concluded savory rounds, another thirty minutes pushing past 23h00 as we inexplicably awaited a nameless local Cheese with candied Fruit and toasted Panettone. Perhaps valuing desserts more than the average diner, but previously quite impressed by most of Italy's Pastry Chefs, a Smoked Meringue with Rosemary and Aged Balsamic spoke to great balance achieved by way of tradition, the "Black Cloud of Marshmallow and Licorice" unfortunately coming through both bitter and acidic with no favors done to it by the oddly placed glass of Almond Milk. Taking a double Espresso with Mignardises, September 10th having just begun, it was with a bit of chat that the whole team thanked us for spending the night in their restaurant before offering a complimentary copy of the menu, still a memorable experience - though one that could have been done in half the time without compromising the night at all.
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Via Privata Raimondo Montecuccoli, 6, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Сredit cards accepted Booking Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
MondayMon 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
TuesdayTue 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
WednesdayWed 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
ThursdayThu 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
FridayFri 12:30-14:00, 19:30-22:30
SaturdaySat 12:30-14:00
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