In the heart of Milano, in a quiet corner of the city centre, there is a venue listed for its creative flair applied to food and its image. The Michelin Guide inserts Bu:r in the list of selected restaurants by assigning two forks, with a review that indicates it as a very comfortable restaurant in Milano. At a first glance, the location seems very large, since the mirrored walls visually increase its size.
One of the greatest young chefs in the city, Eugenio Boer, works in the kitchen. Already international by birth, its cuisine is a contamination of Mediterranean and Northern European flavors. Among the most interesting dishes on the menu are boar's tortelli with pomegranate and cedrine consommè, celeriac cutlet with goat blue, walnuts, celery and red apple and, among the desserts, Grandma's remedy prepared with honey, milk, bayleaf, lemon and cognac.
The restaurant’s identity looked after by young designer Gianluca Carone. From the menu to business cards, from small pastry couvettes to the wine list, everything is printed on recycled paper from foodstuff such as corn, grapes, cherries and almonds, to underline the attention to eco-sustainability through the innovative use of raw materials whose original dignity is thus restored.