Milan's Armani Ristorante Introduces New Tasting Itineraries For The Fall Season

Fine dining restaurant Armani/Ristorante has introduced three new tasting itineraries that are recommended in the 2022 edition of the Michelin Guide Italy
Milan's Armani Ristorante Introduces New Tasting Itineraries For The Fall Season
Milan's Armani Ristorante Introduces New Tasting Itineraries For The Fall Season

Opened in 2000,&nbspthe Armani Hotel in Milan stands out with its remarkable design (shaped like an &ldquoA&rdquo) and anchors the world famous fashion district known as Quadrilatero della Moda. 

Located on the seventh floor, with 360 views over the city, is the fine dining restaurant Armani/Ristorante where you can experience&nbspItalian culinary creations. 

The new gourmet proposal that the restaurant has introduced for autumn brings to the table the themes that are dear to Executive Chef Francesco Mascheroni and accompanies guests into the new season through ingredients that adorn dishes with autumnal flavours. Essential and linear, Francesco Mascheroni's cuisine works by subtraction to get to the essence of the raw material. Tradizione in Evoluzione, Presente and La Mia Cucina Vegetale are the three new tasting itineraries proposed by Armani/Ristorante recommended in the 2022 edition of&nbspthe Michelin Guide Italy.

Fish and meat are the protagonists of Tradizione in Evoluzione, a six-course menu that travels from north to south giving new interpretations, colours, and shapes to typical recipes such as Trippa (seafood), Tarte Tatin, or products such as Michetta which becomes a choux pastry with burrata di Andria, mackerel and Amalfi lemon jam.

Presente is a mature proposal, rich in suggestion and creativity. The chef moves nimbly between seafood and land dishes with a particular focus on fish, with Scallops, Spaghetti di Gragnano with sea urchins and caviar, or Coda di Rospo. Unmissable is the rice with pumpkin, porcini mushrooms, and guinea fowl ragout. A 7-course menu that will change following the seasonality of raw materials.

Finally, La Mia Cucina Vegetale, which also includes three vegan dishes, such as Dim Sum, roast, clarified broth with fermented kimchi, Crisp Vegetable Garden, red quinoa, frozen snow, and citrus, shiso sorbet, and saffron - a menu with small forays into the Orient and dishes with exotic flavors and aromas. six courses in total.

Lastly, for those who love cheese, the menu includes a selection of the best from Italy and around the world.

The Information

Armani/Ristorante is open from 730 pm to 1030 pm, and closed on Sunday and Monday evenings.

It is possible to order a la carte by choosing a minimum of two dishes from the tasting menus.

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