Andrea Aprea has left the box and is getting ready on the starting grid of the 2023 Michelin Gran Prix. A few days ago, his cafe-bistro debuted on the ground floor, followed by the opening of the restaurant on the third floor, and after the holidays in August there will be the proper launch of a project that is destined to leave a mark in the fast and furious post-pandemic Milan. All this at number 52 in Corso Venezia, in front of the planetarium, almost in Porta Venezia, where Palazzo Bocconi Rizzoli Carraro, built in 1871, was completely renovated after 2016 to make space for the museum of Etruscan art of foundation Luigi Rovati and, after that, once the project was ongoing, to the work of the chef from Campania.
The courtyard garden inside the palace hosting Aprea at number 52 in Corso Venezia
Andrea Aprea’s "mozzarella"
Andrea Aprea: Scampi, porcini, tarragon
Andrea Aprea: Turbot meunière
Translated into English by Slawka G. Scarso
A mouth watering page, published every Sunday in Il Giornale from November 1999 to the autumn of 2010. Stories and personalities that continue to live in this website
born in Milan in March 1955, at Il Giornale for 31 years dividing himself between sports and food, since 2004 he's the creator and curator of Identità Golose.