Ristorante Savini, Milan
Making its comeback after a temporary absence, Savini has once again assumed its original role as temple of gourmet dining in Milan.
All thanks to Giuseppe Gatto, who insisted on the restaurant's radical renovation before having his son Sebastian Luca take over as manager and assigning the kitchen to the young and talented chef, Matteo Torretta.
In the centre of the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, Savini’s red velvet stairs welcome guests to the mezzanine floor and a wonderful view of the Gallery.
The restaurant is tastefully and elegantly furnished with round tables that promote conversation, fine fabrics and curtains and tables with silver cutlery, hand-blown Schot Zwiesel chalices and customised Bernardeau plates.
A high-class restaurant with impeccable service and a menu that combines the classics of Milanese cuisine, such as saffron risotto, veal shank ossobuco or a classic breaded veal cutlet with original and creative dishes such as Corn chowder with vanilla accompanied by calamari in green sauce with beet sprouts, Sardinian piglet on carpaccio beets, sautéed leeks and shallot, lemon and hot pepper chutney, or Foie gras alla plancia with cauliflower salad and wine must.
The restaurant will also open at special times, such as after La Scala performances.
A patisserie/coffee shop and a fine wines and gourmet food shop are located on the ground floor.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
20121 Milan - Italy