A door that looks like an entrance to a private home, a large keyhole guests can peep through into a kitchen and a 19th-century fur showroom transformed into an art nouveau dining room; it is safe to say Uruguayan chef Matias Perdomo plays with expectations at this progressive Milan restaurant. A surprise tasting menu is tailored to reflect each of the 30 diners’ preferences. Ceviche presented as a mosaic of textural cubes sits alongside interesting smoked dumplings with pickled onions and burrata. And a very traditional lasagne recipe is cunningly disguised as a donut. Exciting, technique-driven cooking that makes for a memorable meal.
Via Giuseppe Meda, 2, Navigli, Milan, 20136 Milano MI