That is usually a very smart decision to go to a non-Italian restaurant in Italy. First of all because Italian cuisine sets a very high level by itself and Italian people are very patriotic of their food, so it is not so easy to make them go to other cuisine restaurants. As a result, non-Italian restaurants must try their best to bring people in. So does this restaurant. Everything, from food to design seems to be carefully measured. There is a la hanging gardens scenery on upper windows, traditional Spanish music at comfortable level, attentive waiters, excellent house wine and, of course, the most satisfying food. My positive experience was based on ordered meatball tapas, seafood paella and chocolate cake (last was actually nothing special, but still enjoyed it). Anyway, in Milano, where most restaurants just try to be expensive and not necessarily care about food they make, this place is a great choice to know. And for the great Italian food - better to go outside of Milano.
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