Eating Chinese in Milan

Ten restaurants not to be missed to experience the best of the first world cuisine to arrive in town

15-06-2015
As a cover for our selection of the best Chinese r

As a cover for our selection of the best Chinese restaurants in Milan, here’s a table full of delicious dumplings after which is named Dim Sum in Via Nino Bixio

Once again, we’re covering the great culinary offer in Milan’s restaurant scene. After Japan, this time we analyse another great Asian cuisine, for sure the first to conquer public attention in our country. Chinese cuisine is in fact a very varied mosaic of cultures and traditions, and while in the Eighties it was hard to understand this, given the average standard of Chinese restaurants in Milan, today there are more and more restaurants offering an authentic and refined interpretation.

- BA Asian Mood, Via Ravizza, 10, (+39.02.4693206)
Marco and Giulia Liu’s restaurant attracted the attention of public and critics right from its opening. Starting from Cantonese cuisine it also includes unusual creations. The average price is 45€

- Bon Wei, Via Castelvetro, 16/18 (+39.02.341308)
A very elegant and refined restaurant where you can mostly taste the cuisine of Beijing and Shanghai. Chef Guoqing Zang presents both classic and more innovative dishes in the menu. The average price is 50€

One of the dishes at Wang Jiao

One of the dishes at Wang Jiao

- Dim Sum, Via Nino Bixio, 29 (+39.02.29522821)
A restaurant dedicated to the delicious small dishes it is named after, created by the same chef of Bon Wei. It guarantees a fun and playful experience. The average price is 50€

- Gong, Corso Concordia, 8, (+39.02.76023873)
The latest born in the Liu family. Just like in the other establishments, the offer moves from a standard, that of Chinese cuisine from the south, and then presents combined and fusion creations. The average price is 45€

- La Collina d'oro, Via Pietro Paolo Rubens, 24 (+39.02.4043148)
This restaurant was founded in the Eighties yet it has been capable of renewing and reinventing itself with taste. It also offers recipes from different Asian traditions. The average price is 35€

Avocado and endamame. Two classic ingredients at MI - Cucina di confine

Avocado and endamame. Two classic ingredients at MI - Cucina di confine

- Lon Fon, Via Lazzaretto, 10 (+39.02.29405153)
It is one of the historic establishments in town when it comes to Chinese cuisine, especially Cantonese. In the menu you can find all the great Chinese classics. The average price is 40€

- Mi-Cucina di confine, Viale Cassiodoro Aurelio Magno, 5 (+39.02.48513745)
In this case too, Cantonese cuisine is the main inspiration for this restaurant’s menu, interpreted with modern techniques and attention to the selection of raw materials. The average price is 35€

- Ta Hua, via Fara, 15 (+39.02.66987042)
This restaurant presents itself as an interpreter of the traditional cuisine from Hong Kong, the chef’s home town. Very popular at lunch too, with very competitive menus. The average price is 35€

The dining room at Zen Ci

The dining room at Zen Ci

- Wang Jiao, Via Felice Casati, 7 (+39.02.87280596) - Via Padova, 3 (+39.02.2613224) – Via Lomazzo, 16 (+39.338.8096184) – Viale Col Di Lana, 14 (+39.02.89402858)
The success of this establishment also derives from its ability to present truly Chinese dishes, without any compromises or mediations with western taste. The average price is 35€

- Zen Ci, Via Piero Della Francesca, 31 (+39.02.78622547)
A young, simple and welcoming place. In the menu, you can find the most classic dishes though their interpretation and presentation is modern and creative. The average price is 35€


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