LUCA MICHELETTO'S 48 HRS INSIDER GUIDE
Luca grew up between violin lessons, gardening courses and a packed bag on his doorstep, ready to leave for his next family trip. After completing his degree in Economics, he embarked on an entrepreneurial adventure founding Luuk Magazine: a luxury lifestyle magazine, where he shares his love for beauty, fashion and travel. Let Luca guide you through his favourite places in his hometown.
It’s is one of the few Japanese restaurants in the city offering authentic cuisine from “Sol Levante” in a simple environment.
Temakinho Milan Magenta
Open since 2012 to divulge the Japanese-Brazilian cuisine, Temakinho has taken Milan by storm! It has recently opened its third restaurant near the Cadorna station, my personal favourite. Don’t forget to accompany your meal with a guava, passion fruit or mango capirinha!
Cucina del Toro
If you’re an Italian cuisine lover, you can’t help but love this intimate restaurant. Their best dishes are the tartare with anchovy sauce, the pumpkin lasagna with goat’s milk and hazelnut, and the risotto with saffron, black truffles and port.
Viveca Pizza & more
This neighbourhood restaurant is the place for anyone who has no intention of giving up on eating pizza!
Milan’s fashion personalities consider a coffee here a must throughout their day! This bar designed by Miuccia Prada and Wes Andrerson is the perfect stop after visiting the beautiful Prada Foundation.
Tibi Bistrot Provencal
It became the go-to spot for anyone living in the area only two months after its opening. The variety of cocktails and the French bistrot-style atmosphere make it really worth the visit.
Pravda Vodka Bar
Definitely not glamorous, but generally well frequented, this bar attracts vodka lovers, who’ll find dozens of different labels here. Try their vodka sour with passion fruit or green apple, prepared with fresh fruit.
Galleria Enrico Cortona
This gallery offers a wide variety of items: from prints to historical drawings, from frames to ceramics. The space is decorated with thousands of ancient volumes and a unique Naturalia exposition.
Primo Marella Gallery
Now world-renowned, it opened its doors in 1993. Once specialised in Western Art, it has now become one of the most important galleries to showcase contemporary Chinese artists.