One of the typical stereotypes about Italians is their obsession with food. This is actually true: in Milano, food is a lifestyle and a great way to organize your days. But let me say this once for all: Italians are not food nazis, it's just that their mamma or nonna got them used to good, hearty and healthy food.
Also in the Italian city that never sleeps, Milano, breakfast, lunch and dinner are mandatory pauses not to to be skipped, so there are plenty of neat places where you can taste a meal in good company.
As strong believers in the power of a sweet breakfast, we recommend you should try Pavé at least once. This sophisticated pasticceria and panetteria (pastry and baker shop) offers a wide range of homemade croissants, tarts with cream and fruits and brownies, all served with a good selection of espressos and cappuccinos.
If you love eating brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, Eppol Milano is the place you are looking for, with its wide selection ranging from vegetarian to French brunches.
For lunch, don't forget you are in Milano's kasbah: time to eat at NUN Kebab, where you can taste revolutionary reinterpretations of the kebab sandwich, made with 100% Italian ingredients.
The day has flown by and it’s time to have a classic aperitivo: for a good spritz, we recommend Pandenus.
Asian Bistrot is the right choice for Oriental cuisine, but if you are into African dishes, try Warsà, an Eritrean restaurant, where you can taste the best zighinì, the Eastern African spicy meat dish that you eat with your hands, scooping it up with sour crepes.
To end up properly the day and put you to sleep, we recommend an extravagant drink made with unusual ingredients at Nottingham Forrest.