Nice atmosphere, good food, doesn't deserve a special note though. I tried risotto alla milanese, the classic yellow risotto, made with saffron, and entrances. Not bad at all. Good for its price.
The food is nice, nothing special, but the service is too slow.... 40 minutes for starters??!! If you're hungry, just go somewhere else...
Amazing restaurant in the Navigli district in Milan. We were a bunch of us attending a conference in Milan, and went there for dinner one evening. The food is very good, especially the rabbit. We were all impressed with selection of wine and the cheese platter. Highly recommend this place and the Navigli district in general for a fun filled... More
We came across this restaurant walking through Navigli and we decided to stop for lunch. We ordered a great cheese platter to start, and of course tried the risotto al milanese with ossobuco and the rabbit with chestnuts. Both were filled with alot of flavor. They were extremely busy so service was a little slow, but we were there to... More
My italian friend recommended this restaurant so when i was in Milano i didnt hesitate. We ordered pastas and I have to say that people was really good. Staff was friendly and the venue was elegant. Ok we got there early and were the only people inside but soon it started getting busy.
We were lucky enough to be staying in the Navigli distict with it's selection of cafes and restaurants. We tried a couple of different places and had a lovely meal here and found the staff very friendly and helpful. We had a bottle of Berbera d'asti which being a little more expensive was definately worth it! If you plan to... More
A waiter suggested us a wine as a fine one for the food we had ordered, well, it was of low quality that you would never expect to get in a such place. 'Costoletta alla milanese' tasted very good but in terms of demension, it was half the size compared to the ones you can get in many other places... More
We do love spending time in Navigli, enjoy happy hours and nice trattorias.. So we went to Al coniglio Bianco on our last evening in Italy. So we ordered our meal. We waited 1/2 hour nothing happens, we wait 1 hours nothing happens, ok we decide to order a wine we get a waiter after 20 minutes..After about 2 hours... More
We arrived at the canal too late to see the shops and decided not to brave the pizzerias crowded with 20 somethings enjoying the early spring evening. This left us with a choice of about a dozen restaurants and the "coniglio bianco" appealed to me as an Alice in Wonderland fan and it was next to quite an interesting gallery.... More
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