Un Posto a Milano
Homemade Spaghetti

Visiting Milan today, it’s difficult to imagine that until a century ago, parts of the city now almost central were considered “countryside.” Yet Cascina Cuccagna, an 18th-century farmhouse, offers proof. Three years ago, following an extensive renovation, the Cascina reopened to the public with one of the most interesting restaurants in town, Un Posto a Milano — literally, “a place in Milan” (quite the understatement). Un Posto a Milano serves unpretentious farm-to-table food, always fresh and delicious, with a lot of vegetarian options and a focus on local ingredients. As soon as the weather warms up, the beautiful courtyard with its vegetable garden becomes one of the most frequented places in town. The homemade spaghetti with squid ink, julienned squid, garlic, oil and chilli peppers is a must-try.

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Via Privata Cuccagna 2, Milan 20135, Italy
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Opening times
Tue: 10:00 am - 1:00 am
Closed
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