3 new sushi all you can eat you should try in Milan.
I know very well that not everyone loves sushi all you can eat, but if they tried one of these three restaurants, they would change their mind! Some of them are better than others, but the problem is to find the best. The article about my 5 favorites sushi AYCE is one of the most read, for this reason I decided to write another post to share with you 3 new places that I've recently tried and I like them. ...

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Honestly, it was a surprise to find an authentic Chinese restaurant, away from Chinatown and mostly frequented by Asian guys. In fact, lately, lot of Chinese places are puffing up in Chinatown, any kind of it: from the old but gold wonton eateries to the super duper Chinese restaurants in Paolo Sarpi’s Chinatown, to those who serve delicious dim sum, and those who somehow adapted to the Italian aesthetic and flavor. But Maoji is something different. And it was a wonderful discover. ...
Having lived in the Windy City for longer than five years, I know exactly those dishes that make up Chicago’s gastronomic culture. I’ve decided to show you four of them: you might know them already, or you might read about them for the first time and not be fully convinced. However, I assure you these are dishes that you have to try! ...
Pasta à Gogo is a small spot with a big heart. It’s one of those restaurants where you check out the window while passing by, but never stop to actually go inside. However, if only you knew about them, you’d regret not checking them out earlier! But the good thing is, since you’re reading this article, you might actually be convinced to go there soon! It’s a pasta place. Pasta, and only pasta, but in every possible variety. An incredible number of combinations that will make everyone happy. But let me tell you exactly what makes Pasta à Gogo a really special place. ...
Milan wasn’t especially the city known for cranking out good new cocktail bars until few years ago. Luckily, now the interest in mixology is constantly growing along, as it is happening with fine dining. With a quick reading at this article you can find out places with quality cocktails and avoid those brain-melting headaches the day after. So, whether you are on the lookout for some spot to have a pre-party cocktail stopover, or wanting the perfect place for an evening hideaway with friends, you can give a read to this top 15 list to enjoy a cocktailista night in Milan. ...
The opening of “Felice a Testaccio" in Via del Torchio in Milan was most likely the talk of the month, there was no need of blog posting or promotion, the news of the opening came by itself. Honestly the perfect Roman carbonara is the one I cook myself at home, but I thought I needed to give a try at Felice. My love for Roman cuisine dates back to my childhood when my dad used to work in Rome –even if I have to admit that at the time I wasn’t the foodie I am now and I cared most about riding ponies in Villa Borghese. Still, I perfectly remember the flavor of the food I used to eat in Rome. ...
I have to admit I love to spot cutie places in Milan where you can eat well and cheap. Here's what you've got to try if you're looking for some delicious eats that won't wreck your budget. You should also know that I don’t like those kind of restaurants where the atmosphere feels a bit arrogant and you pay “for the air you are breathing”, as we say in Italian. However, rest assured: when I say “less than 20 euros” I mean fill up your belly without emptying your wallet. Et voilà, the top 10 low cost list: ...
I think you already know me by now, I’m not a diet girl. I always blog about food temptations, but let’s admit that once in a while, a good and healthy salad is a real bliss. I love any kind of it: with fruit, avocado, almonds, walnuts, pistachios –or with (raw) fish, like the special ones from Basara. I basically love any kind of salad that can be considered as a main course - in places where they don't brag about it and they don't charge you an arm and a leg. That’s why I promise you won’t be deceived by this top 5. ...
I've always loved the atmosphere of a literary cafe. A place that smells like coffee and books, two of the pleasures in life. Often combined with a culturally fervent environment, interesting events, and welcoming people who do their job passionately. Breakfast with a newspaper or magazine in hand, lunch break alone with a good book. Something long for about French culture, which is not so easy to find in Italy. ...
The moment has come. This, for me, is the definitive list of the best sushi all you can eat in Milan, and I swear I’ve tried lots and lots of Japanese restaurants (sometimes abusing of them!). My favourite places are 5 (+1) and they all have at least a good reason to stand out from the others. When the restaurant is more expensive, well, it’s also easier to find good fish. But to stay in a 20€ budget, that is definitely a hard task! ...
Italy and its long cycling history; a relationship that will last forever. Over the past few years, the taste for cycling seems to have grown. Fixed-gear bicycles are ever more present as well as urban interest in cycling lanes. With the growth of an “urban cycling” culture, the number of places offering services to bike lovers has also increased. Milan perhaps tops the Italian list with the number of creative places dedicated to this passion. ...