28 Posti Bistrot

A masterful kitchen.

Have dinner at 28 Posti in Milan is like visiting an art gallery. The restaurant is steeped in an artistic atmosphere that offers a minimalist yet elegant atmosphere. The dining room displays several photographic projects and part of the exhibition “Made in Slum” of the Milan Triennale (2013). The architectural project by Gaetano Berni, Maria Luísa Daglia and Francesco Faccin restored the place and returned him it to its original state, adding new decorative elements, all of them from recycled materials. But the soul of the project is the kitchen. It is accessible to guests through a mandatory passage at the entrance of the restaurant. There is also an opening in the dining room that makes visible the confection of the dishes.

Chef Marco Ambrosino proposes a gourmet and avant-garde cuisine, extremely organized according to the seasonality, and always attentive to the quality of the products proposed, carefully selected by him. There, we find a masterful kitchen within the reach of all, guided by ethics, values, respect for the environment and justice and sustainability of production processes. The menu changes every two months and includes vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free diets.

Photography: Courtesy of 28 Posti Bistrot
28 Posti Bistrot

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