Spring is ready to step into the new menu of Armani / Ristorante, located on the 7th floor of the homonymous hotel in via Manzoni, 31. Led by Executive Chef Francesco Mascheroni, the menu offers three tasting itineraries in balance with technique, trends, and local inspirations which welcome accents of international cuisines. The menus are “My Vegetable Cuisine”, “Present” and “Evolving Traditions”.   

Asparagus (white asparagus, lettuce, and yuzu), Peas (coconut milk, puffed rice), Eggplant (miso, basil, almonds) are some of the dishes that make up the menu “My vegetable cuisine”; it consists of six courses where Spaghettone (Gragnano Gentile, yellow datterino tomato, 90 months aged Parmigiano Reggiano)is worthy of attention and which represents a delicious invitation to mop up your plate with bread. The distinctive trait of this menu is the fact that each dish, whether desired, may become vegan. 

“Evolving Tradition” welcomes six courses, which are original reinterpretations of typical and local dishes, such as Aspic (made of veal tongue and bluefin tuna, green apple, trout roe, Pantelleria capers), Rice (“erburin”, soy smoked eel), Like a Lasagna (duck ragout, green curry, coriander and lime) or Tripe (Milanese Sea tripe, sausage from Piedmont, fava beans, black cod), just to name a few. 

Last but not least “Present”, an offer of seven courses which represents the synthesis of the chef’s current gastronomic belief and that perfectly matches with the seasonal ingredients. It consists of a lot of suggestions and creativity that embrace land dishes such as Lamb (cooked in a saucepan, grilled lettuce, reduced gravy), Veal (sweetbread, asparagus, morels, wild garlic) and seafood including Dim Sum (roasted dim sums, ginger, kimchi consommé, Gillardeau oysters, nashi pear) and San Pietro (wasabi white butter, parsley root). 

The chef’s essential style can be translated into a cuisine without borders in regard to ideas and raw materials, where the lowest common denominator is simplicity. It is however apparent simplicity which is expressed through dishes that captivate for their beauty filled with content. The clear contours and complex flavors pave the way to the pure taste of ingredients. 

Furthermore, on the occasion of Easter, Armani / Bamboo Bar offers its Guests and the external clients of the Hotel a menu made of four courses, rich in tradition. It is available on Sunday, 9th April and on Monday, 10th April for lunch.                   

For information and reservations: +39 02 8883 8703 – ristorante.milan@armanihotels.com 

Armani/Ristorante is open from 07:30pm to 10:30pm and it is closed on Sundays and on Monday evenings.  

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