Where to eat the traditional Milanese cuisine in the heart of the 5 Vie district? From September lovers of Lombard cuisine can find an old-but-new go-to destination at Taverna Moriggi, located on the exclusive backdrop of the historical Palazzo dei Morigi. The setting – one of the oldest buildings in Milan and the result of an important refurbishment project – is divided into three halls with a privileged view on the Roman Circus and features original furnishings dating back to the early 1900s, as well as wall paintings. At its interior, guests can experience the true flavours of the Milanese tradition and of the Italian regional cuisine, enhanced by a contemporary twist. The result of the creativity of young chef Andrea Gurzi and the accuracy in service of Salvatore De Biase – both with a long experience in top-notch restaurants.

Via Morigi, 8
M1 (red line) Cordusio
T: +39 02 36755232

Open daily 12.30pm-3pm and 7.30pm-11.30pm.
Opening hours may change on Monday during the winter season and on Sunday in summer.