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Powerhouse of Italy

It’s said that Milan is not like the rest of Italy, and it’s certainly true that the fashion and industrial capital of the country isn’t overflowing with treasures like Florence or Rome. Milan’s magnificent cathedral and Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper are just two of its wonders that any city could be proud of and as for not being very ‘Italian’ – well, grab a lunchtime table at a popular local trattoria and find out.



Anadima restaurant’s perky pink and groovy green...

Anadima restaurant’s perky pink and groovy green... Editors' Note

Anadima restaurant’s perky pink and groovy green pop-art decor looks on the bright side day and night by Milan’s navigli (canals). A modern restaurant with a retro feel (vintage lamps and black leather armchairs) it toys with its fans through optical illusions and Seventies patterns. Alongside the youth of Milan, you can go upstairs - also onto Anadima’s big balcony - or stay downstairs to eat in a cosy cosmopolitan space. Anadima’s menu is not one that follows the traditional scheme of things but invites you to chose an assortment of gorgeous cheeses and/or cured meats before welcoming your friendly waiter to suggest a wine to go with them. Many other types of Sol Levante-inspired treats appear, too.

10 Via Pavia, Milan, 20136 Milan
12:00-15:00,19:00-00:00 Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat; 12:00-15:00 Tue; 19:00-00:00 Sun