In 2017, 343 Italian restaurants got the prestigious award by the famous guide for travelers. 58 Michelin-Starred restaurants are located very near Milan, but if you are visiting the city you should know that its heart boasts sixteen Michelin-Starred restaurants: a triumph of flavours, aromas and untold creativity!
This post shows the 16 Michelin-Starred Restaurant in Milan, year 2017.
A map of these venues follows
NEW: Felix lo Basso Restaurant - 1 star N
The top floor restaurant of Galleria vittorio Emanuele II is the second new entry in the Michelin Guide. High-quality food and a panoramic view on the Duomo.
NEW: Lume - 1 star N
Chef: Luigi Taglienti (former chef of Trussardi alla Scala)
Confirmed: Iyo - 1 star
A reference point for Oriental (sushi included!) cuisine in Milan, Iyo owes its fame to its outstanding kitchen staff, helmed by maestro Haruo Ichikawa, chef Lorenzo Lavezzari and owner Claudio Liu. This auspicious creative partnership is the underlying basis of Iyo’s originality and its offerings: sublime, deliciously flavoured dishes exit its spectacular open kitchen to reveal an imposing robatayaki that allows food to be cooked on a tiered grill. Their fish division turns out delicious raw fish platters: timeless classics mingle with more innovative delicacies, a blend of oriental flavours and the best Italian ingredients, to give life to a one-of-a-kind culinary experience.
Alice Ristorante - 1 star
An elegant, warm and welcoming restaurant whose cuisine takes centre stage. Fish and meat, prepared with creativity and Italian sensibility, starting from its Mediterranean influenced cuisine which subsequently unfolds to reveal a whole new tasting experience, updated to suit current tastes.
Armani/Ristorante - 1 star N
A combination of style, elegance and sophistication, the Armani/Ristorante perfectly mirrors the style that distinguishes all the creations of this world-renowned designer and features contemporary cuisine sided by an accurate wine selection.
Cracco - 1 stars starting from 2018
Its cuisine revisits the signature dishes of traditional Milanese cuisine updated with a contemporary twist, combining flavours and playing on contrasts. The creativity and sophistication of Carlo Cracco’s cuisine are further enhanced by a superbly stocked wine cellar boasting as many as 2,000 select vintages.
Joia - 1 star
Pietro Leemann is considered the guru of vegetarian food or, according to his own definition, of “natural haute cuisine”. Several of his finest creations include his “uovo apparente” and his “elogio della Sicilia”. The wine list is just as classy as the restaurant.
Il Luogo di Aimo e Nadia - 2 stars N
Aimo and Nadia Moroni are the most famous team of great chefs in the city. Sheer, unadulterated haute cuisine. The specialities for which they are renowned worldwide include spaghetti with spring onions and their veal en croute. Wonderful wine list.
Innocenti Evasioni - 1 star
A trip in discovery of the aromas and flavours of Italian cuisine, it is set within an elegant, though intimate ambience where painstaking attention to ingredients is combined with gastronomic experimentation. Its Zen-style garden further heightens the experience, introducing diners to a unique world of unexpected pairings.
Ristorante Berton - 1 star
This new restaurant named after chef Andrea Berton is located in the futuristic Porta Nuova district. The ultra-modern aspects of its contest, mirror the foundations of his minimalist, elegant cuisine featuring instantly recognizable, prime ingredients where the creative choice focuses on the evolution rather than the uprooting of tradition.
Sadler - 2 stars
The restaurant by Chef Claudio Sadler, specialized in modern Italian cuisine, has lots of secluded dining rooms where you can enjoy a romantic dinner for two or a special evening with friends. His menus are never the same.
Seta - 2 stars N
Executive Chef Antonio Guida brings a stunning contemporary touch to the menu. Renowned for his use of colourful and inspiring ingredients, his dishes are celebrated equally for their impeccable taste and exquisite presentation (see the main picture).
Tano passami l’olio - 1 star
Supreme quality, creativity and lightness are the highlights of the dishes featured on its menu thanks to the exclusive use of extra virgin olive oil both in its cooked and raw versions. Its extensive wine list boasts more than 450 labels, including rare and often unknown vintages.
Tokuyoshi - 1 star
A perfect meld between tradition and creativity and a combination between Italian and Japanese cuisine are the signature features of Yoji Tokuyoshi’s cuisine. The different menus are sided by top quality wine selections and traditional sakès.
Vun - 1 star
The restaurant at Milan’s Park Hyatt hotel carries the signature of starred chef Andrea Aprea – a sophisticated gastronomic experience that will surprise diners on account of its seasonal classics upgraded with an inventive twist.