With its two Michelin stars, Ristorante Sadler, in Milan’s via Sforza, needs no introduction.
The owner, Claudio Sadler, originally from Trentino but now an adopted Milanese, is one of Italy’s most symbolic “chef managers”, and has successully combined his culinary skill with a business know-how. Thanks to his recipe books he is well known by the general public.
Ristorante Sadler, which only opens for dinner, serves a creative international cuisine that is, at the same time, very Italian, all within the striking architectural context of rooms contemporary, demure rooms.
It all starts with the selection of the best seasonal ingredients that are enhanced through the meticulous preparation of original, yet balanced combinations that suit both traditionalist and more experimental palates.
In addition to the à la carte menu, Ristorante Sadler has a Grand Menu of the Month, which revisits the Chef’s classic dishes according to the season, and a Market Menu, a four-course tasting menu that changes daily.
The cellar boasts around 800 superb wines.
The evening ends on a good note, with a coffee list that features rare blends of fine coffee such as Blue Mountain and Kopi Luwak.