Tapas, paella, fideua: these are some of the dishes offered by the spanish restaurant Llevataps. It's one of the ten we chose to showcase the international restaurants of Milan. In this first part we'll talk about those who are dedicated to European and American cuisines, next week we will focus instead on Asia and Africa
Our exploration and selection of Milan’s restaurants continues. International cuisine in Milan is certainly rather complex: in fact, we’ve already dedicated two recent episodes to Japan and China.
This week and the next we will focus on the “rest of the world", starting from Europe and South and North America. However, there are some excellent Argentinian restaurants you will not find here as we’ve already covered them in our article on meat restaurants in town.
- Albufera (Spain), Via Lecco, 15 (+39.02.36686993)
A small and cosy place dedicated to modern Spanish cuisine. Running the kitchen, there’s a Brazilian chef, in the dining room, an Italian girl, yet the menu is truly and genuinely Iberian, from the many tapas to paella. The average price is 35€
Björk, swedish brasserie
Brasilian restaurant Lapa
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Stories, tips and tastings from the city of the 2015 Universal Exposition
Journalist, based in Milan. At 8 years old, he received a Springsteen record as a gift, and nothing was the same since. Music and food are his passions. Author and broadcaster at Radio Popolare since 1997, since 2014 he became part of the staff of Identità Golose
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