Eating well factors into many travel decisions, particularly in Italy. Here is where your are guaranteed to eat well during the Milan Expo 2015. Read on for some of Milan's best restaurants, chef talents, and signature dishes.
Ratanà: Chef Cesare Battisti serves a tempting menu of classic La Cucina Milanese flavors with a contemporary twist. His risotto alla Milanese is the city’s best, hands down. ( Via Gaetano de Castillia, 28; +39-02-8-712-8855)
Essenza: chef Eugenio Boer is in his element at Essenza, a fine dining establishment that opened in January. His elegant seasonal menu taps into his Italian-Dutch heritage. (Via Marghera 34; +39-02-498-6865)
Trippa: chef Diego Rossi has honed his talent in some of Italy’s most revered kitchens and partners with Pietro Caroli of Singerfood to open the trattoria Trippa in early May. (Via Giorgio Vasari 3)
Yoji Tokuyoshi: former Osteria Francescana sous chef taps into his background at his new eponymous restaurant, preparing modern Italian cuisine with some influences from his native Japan. (Via San Calocero 3; +39-02-8-425-4626)
Un Posto a Milano: located in a gorgeously restored 17th century farmhouse, the restaurant features simple, yet flavorful local farm-to-table fare from chef Nicola Cavallaro, who makes use of the produce bounty harvested in the onsite garden. (Via Cuccagna 2; + 39-02-545-7785)
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