Japanese, Chinese and Thai restaurant. The food was amazing and with a lot of choices. The location is nice, the staff is friendly and professional. It absolutely deserves a visit! Not expensive.
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First impressions were good.....the restaurant is well located and the interior has an Asian feel. The menu offers lots of chioce. Service was mixed....a male Italian waiter was friendly and efficient while a female Asian waitress kept forgetting to bring things and did not seem...More
ok ok, the environment is not chic at all but the quality of food remove any doubt! This is one of the best "oriental" restaurant in Milan and in one of my favorite areas, close to the life of Porta Romana. The menu covers several...More
We just stumbled across this place. They have and English menu and spoke English as well. We had the dumplings and soba noodles. Really spectacular. Nice to wash it down with a Japanese beer after 2 weeks of nothing but wine and pasta.
First of all, the address: we found it round the corner, in Via Gaetana Agnesi. The official address is reported here correctly, still we could not find an entrance there. We tried some of the less standard fusion dishes and were very happy with them,...More
i'm sorry but since 1988 Citta del Drago's address is : viale Sabotino 14 just in front of " Essere Benessere". There's any entrance in via Agnesi. I confirm you came in my restaurant and appreciate your review. I hope see you again. Sig.ra Clara
The food here was fine, but nothing spectacular. There are certainly better non-Italian meals to be had in Milan. The sweet and sour chicken wasn't bad, but it was just chopped chicken with the sauce warmed over it. The fried wontons were fair, spring rolls...More
We decided to visit this restaurant after positive reviews and quite good rating. Honestly we doubted that we could find good chinese meal in Italy and it turned out we were right. Came there at 6 p.m. as it was pointed in Google reviews and...More
Place has the classic "westernized" asian decor and the menu is split between a chinese, japanese and asian fusion part. Some of the dishes are really good value, especially the noodles and chicken dishes. Sushi is ok, but nothing special. Nice staff, a couple of...More
This restaurant is one of the few Chinese restaurants in Milan I can recommend with enough certainty about the outcome of the experience. I went here several times with colleagues, friends and my girlfriend. Nice cuisine, quick service, not too crowded during weekdays (it is...More