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6 Delicious Places in Milan Every Malaysian Foodie MUST Visit That Only the Locals Know About

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We all dream of visiting Europe one day. The rich history, cathedrals, incredible architecture, what’s not to love? One of the most popular destinations you probably have on your travel list is probably Italy, right? Same fam, same.

Well, in case you’re planning a once in a lifetime trip to Europe soon and you’re doing your research wondering where to go first, here’s a detailed list of the best, most authentic Italian food places you’ll have to visit in beautiful Milan, Italy:

 

1. Indulge in some melt-in-your-mouth Ossobucco @ Osteria dell’Acquabella

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Calling all meat and veal lovers! This is the ultimate traditional Italian dish you have to try. Ossobucco, which translates to “bone with a hole” is found at all the traditional restaurants in Milan and is especially popular at Osteria. Here, you can expect to be taken on a delectable journey and experience these things:

  • The crowd-favourite: Ossobucco (Veal shank braised with onions, carrots, celery, white wine and broth) served with perfectly cooked yellow saffron Risotto Milanese
  • A family-run restaurant complete with warm and homey interiors plus an endless list of wines to choose from
  • Indulge in homemade desserts such as their Tiramisu before you leave

Location: Via S. Rocco, 11, 20135, Milano
Opening hours: 12-2.30pm, 7.30-11pm (Tues-Sat only)

2. Get your pizza fix @ Pizzeria Gino Sorbillo

 

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Everyone knows Italy is the home of pizza and you can probably get a slice at every corner you turn. However, this is one restaurant you don’t want to miss. Yet another family-run restaurant that’s been around for over three generations and is known for its long queues, here’s what you can expect:

  • Delicious pizza sauces made of yellow tomatoes instead of red ones to give it a more savoury taste
  • The usual mozzarella cheese replaced with the incredibly flavourful buffalo provolone cheese and lots of fresh ingredients
  • Gigantic pizzas with delicious and light crusts

Location: Via dei Tribunali, 32, 80138 Napoli, Italy
Opening hours: 12-3.30pm, 7-11.30pm (Mon-Sat only)

 

3. Warm-up your insides with a bowl of Minestrone Milanese @ Trattoria Mirta

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Delicious hot soup? Check. Rice? Check. Vegetables? Check. This is literally an all-in-one bowl of goodness that Malaysians will truly love. Yes, it’s basically a bowl of hearty soup with rice and vegetables. It’s all you’ll ever need especially if it’s chilly outside.

What else to expect here:

  • Give their breads, pastas and desserts a try too as they’re all fresh and homemade
  • The restaurant is small but the interiors will make you think you’re in the countryside
  • There are plenty of wine and beer choices as well

Location: Piazza S. Materno, 12, 20131 Milano, Italy
Opening hours: 12.15-2.30pm, 8-11.30pm (Mon-Fri only)

 

4. For some fried, oily goodness, try some Cotoletta @ Osteria Brunello

 

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Malaysians love fried food. The oilier, the better! Well, how about some breaded veal cutlets fried in generous amounts of butter? Is your mouth watering yet? Well, known as Cotoletta, this is yet another Milanese dish Malaysians will surely love. I mean, just look at that golden-brown crust!!!

What else to expect:

  • Aside from the Cotoletta, give their Risotto with Suckling Pig a try. It’s to die for!
  • The ambient is also very classy, almost like a fine dining restaurant, but prices are affordable
  • There’s also an extensive wine list for you to choose from

Location: Corso Garibaldi, 117, 20121 Milan, Italy
Opening hours: 12.30-2.30pm, 7-11.30pm (daily)

 

5. Indulge in a steaming bowl of Cassoeula @ Trattoria Masuelli San Marco

 

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Yet another family-run business, this is the place to be if you want to get your hands on a piping hot bowl of Cassoeula–a thick Lombardian pork and cabbage stew. This rich stew will definitely keep you warm (and full) on a rainy or chilly day.

What else to expect:

  • A casual and cosy eating place complete with wooden linings on the wall, rustic wooden furniture and a bar
  • Choose from their wide range of homecooked foods including the saffron risotto, polenta, cotoletta and more
  • Spoil yourself with its superior cheese selection and delicious mascarpone desserts

Location: Viale Umbria 80, 20135, Milan
Opening hours: 12.30-2pm, 7.30-10.30pm (Mon-Sat only)

 

6. Enjoy authentic potatoes gnocchi, chestnuts flour tagliatelle and more @ Al Garghet

 

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This timeless jewel won’t just impress your tastebuds but its interiors will make you feel like you’re on the set of a vintage movie set in an English cottage complete with Scottish tablecloths, glass showcases. wooden verandas and more.

Their menu selection is made up of all things Milanese and one of their must-have main dishes is the gigantic Orecchia d’elefante Schnitzel–a breaded veal sirloin on the bone fried in butter.

What else to expect:

  • Opt to eat indoors and enjoy the fireplace and warm lighting or enjoy a lunch date out in the garden with the stone tables under the pergola
  • Be spoilt for choice with the starters alone where you can choose from fried pumpkin flowers, lard on toasted bread and liver pate, gnocco fritto and cured meats, and so much more
  • Desserts here are homemade as well

Opening hours: 7.30-10.30pm (daily), 12-2pm (Sun only)
Location: Via Selvanesco, 36, 20141, Milano

 

How irresistible do these places sound? Most of these are hidden gems too so you can rest assured that only the locals would know of these places. So if you’re planning a Milanese holiday soon, make sure you remember this list!

Also, if you’re looking for flights, you’d be glad to know that EVA Air will be opening a brand new flight route to Milan this 18 Feb onwards!

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Malaysians can now fly seamlessly from Kuala Lumpur to Milan with a short transit in Taipei.

Just to give you a brief introduction about EVA Air, they were established back in 1989 and Kuala Lumpur was one of its first destinations when they first launched their flights in 1991.

And with so many years of experience under their belt, you can only imagine how accomplished they are as an airline!

 

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And ICYMI, EVA Air is the only 5-star Taiwanese Airline in Malaysia that has been awarded the Skytrax 5-star Airline cert for four years in a row. They’re also one of the world’s TOP 10 airlines!

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What’s more, they also won 3rd place for Safest Airlines in the World 2020, beating over 400 other airlines worldwide! Wow!!! The award was given to them by the Australian airlines’ professional evaluation website, Airline Ratings.

That means you can rest assured you’ll enjoy not just a smooth and comfy flight, but a super safe one too, especially if you’re in it for the long-haul, like to Milan!

Don’t believe us? Give it a try for yourself! Find out more or book a flight to Milan with EVA Air and travel from 18 Feb onwards here!

See you guys in Milan! Ciao!



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