Typical Milanese Dishes

APPETISERS

Milanese Veal meatballs served with tasty Green sauce (Parsley, Garlic and Anchovy)

euro 14,00

Cabbage Roll stuffed with minced Meat served with slices of Polenta (1,3,7)

euro 15,00

Cotechino (typical Lombard cooked Salami) served with renowned Fruit “Mostarda” of Cremona (1,3,7)

euro 15,00

Milanese style Veal tongue served with tasty Green sauce and hot sauce of Horseradish

euro 14,00

Veal nerves salad with Onions and Borlotti beans (12)

euro 12,00

Gorgonzola and Mascarpone cheese and Walnut terrine served with typical milanese Raisin bread “Pan Tranvai” (1,7,8)

euro 10,00

Gorgonzola and Mascarpone cheese and Walnut terrine

served with typical milanese Raisin bread “Pan Tranvai”

FIRST COURSES

(risotto has a waiting time of about 20 minutes)

Milanese Ossobuco in Gremolada (braised Veal Marrowbone granted with Lemon zest and Herbs dressing) with “Yellow” Saffron Risotto (1,7,9)

euro 30,00

Red Risotto prepared with Barbera Wine (1,7,9)

euro 15,00

Milanese style Saffron Risotto with typical “Luganega” sausage (1,7,9)

euro 14,00

Milanese style fried Saffron Risotto (1,7,9)

euro 13,00

Fresh Tagliolini noodles with Tomato sauce and Mondeghili (small Veal meatballs) (1,3,7)

euro 13,00

Fresh Tagliolini noodles with Tomato sauce

and Mondeghili (small Veal meatballs)

MAIN COURSES

Milanese style Tripe

euro 20,00

Milanese style breaded Veal chop with baked Potatoes (1,3)

euro 28,00

Milanese Ossobuco in Gremolada (braised Veal Marrowbone granted with Lemon zest and Herbs dressing)[…da gustare con l’Agent di tass] (1,9)

euro 26,00

Milanese style breaded Veal chop

with baked Potatoes

DESSERTS

Hot Zabaglione (Eggnog) with home made Biscuits (3)

euro 8,00

Chocolate Salami with Mascarpone cheese cream (1,3,7)

euro 8,00

Wheat flour cake “Sbrisolona” (1,3,7,8)

euro 8,00

Chocolate Salami

with Mascarpone cheese cream

The Menu may vary according to the season.
In order to guarantee freshness and quality, the Menu may vary according to the season and the availability of raw materials on the market.

Typical Milanese Dishes

(from November to February)

El di del Less Mist

Every Tuesday from November to February

Milanese style mixed meats with Fruit “Mostarda”, tasty Green sauce (1,9,7) hot sauce of Horseradish, mixed boiled vegetable
A cup of hot Broth (consommé)
Chocolate Salami with Mascarpone cheese cream
(1,3,7)

Euro 38,00 per person – (beverages not included)

Tas e mangia la Cassoeula

(Every Saturday from November to February)

Milanese style Veal meatballs
Milanese Pork meat and Cabbage-based dish served with yellow Polenta
(9)
Chocolate Salami with Mascarpone cheese cream
(1,3,7)

Euro 35,00 per person – (beverages not included)

Allergen List

  1. Cereals containing gluten, namely wheat (spelt and khorosan wheat), rye, barley, oats or their hybridized strains and derived products, except:
    wheat-based glucose syrups, including dextrose, and products derived therefrom, provided that the immediate process does not increase the level of allergenicity assessed by EFSA for the basic product from which they are derived
    maltodextrin based on wheat and derived products, provided the process does not increase the level of allergenicity assessed by EFSA for the basic product from which they are derived
    glucose syrups made from barley
    cereals used for the manufacture of alcoholic distillates, including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin
  2. Crustaceans and crustacean products
  3. Eggs and egg products
  4. Fish and fish products, except:
    fish jelly used as a support for vitamin preparations or gelatin carotenoids
    or fish glue used as a clarifier in beer and wine
  5. Groundnuts and groundnut products
  6. Soya and soya products, except:
    refined soya oil and fats and derived products, provided that the process does not increase the level of allergenicity assessed by EFSA for the basic product from which natural mixed
    tocopherols are derived (E306)Natural D-alpha tocopherol acetate, natural D-alpha tocopherol, natural D-alpha tocopherol succinate, soya-based natural D-alpha plant
    oils derived from phytosterols and phytosterols esters based on vegetable stanol soybean
    ester produced from plant oil sterols
  7. Milk and milk-based products (including lactose), except:
    whey used for the manufacture of alcoholic distillates, including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin
    lattiolo
  8. Nuts, namely: almonds (Amygdalus communis L.), hazelnuts (Corylus avellana), walnuts (Juglans regia), cashew nuts (Anacardium occidentale), pecans (Carya illinoiesis (Wangenh) K. Koch), Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa), pistachios (Pistacia vera)macadamia or Queensland nuts (Macadamia ternifolia), and products thereof, except for nuts used for the manufacture of alcoholic distillates, including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin
  9. Celery and products based on celery
  10. Mustard and products based on mustard
  11. Sesame seeds and sesame seed products
  12. Sulphur dioxide and sulphites in concentrations greater than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/l in terms of total SO² to be calculated for products as proposed ready for consumption or reconstituted in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions
  13. Lupins and products thereof
  14. Molluscs and mollusc products