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Milan’s brunch scene is booming by the day. Combining the best that the classic American breakfast has to offer (bacon and eggs) with the best of an early lunch (burgers and Bloody Mary’s), brunch has become our favorite weekend ritual.
Here is Flawless Milano’s definitive guide of the best brunches in Milan, no matter your taste or budget. Did your favorite make the cut?
L’OV Milano offers a menu on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays that’s completely devoted to brunch, complete with pancakes, sandwiches, and burgers (as well as delicious desserts). However, we always recommend you to try something off their round-the-clock egg menu. Whether your loyalties lie with the Benedicts, omelets, scrambled, or fried eggs, just know you’re in for something pretty amazing.
Via Angelo Fumagalli, 1
If your dreams have recently consisted of American omelets, sausages, and pancakes, make them a reality at Rita’s Sunday brunch. Don’t just go there for the extensive menu, where you can find the most popular brunch dishes, check out their new Asian-infused offerings, including the Sushi Rice Burger, Mr. Prawn Roll, as well as their amazing drink list, designed to complement the menù in the best way possible. And finish your brunch off the proper way with a slice of NY Cheesecake or their iconic Chocolate Brownies.
Via Turati, 30
Biancolatte is one of those places whose menu is so full of culinary delights that you don’t want to leave without tasting everything they have to offer. This weekend, grab your family and friends and treat yourself to their great brunch offerings. The atmosphere is so relaxed and welcoming that you will forget the hustle and bustle of the city and finally feel at home.
Piazza Sant’Eustorgio, 4
On Saturdays and Sundays, California Bakery offers one of the most exhaustive brunch menus in Milan. For whatever you’re craving, whether it’s scrambled eggs, New York-style bagels, a big hamburger, or a salad (hangover cure), you’ll find it at California Bakery. Don’t forget to finish your brunch off with a slice of one of their delicious cakes!
Via Thaon di Revel, 3
Australians know what’s up when it comes to preparing an exceptional brunch. Their menu boasts breakfast favorites, including fresh orange juice, pancakes, and coffee cake, as well as savory options like their famous guacamole hamburger topped with a fried egg, all housed inside a motorcycle store.
GOD SAVE THE FOOD
God Save the Food is one of those places that embraces you with its infectious energy and always leaves you satisfied. For brunch, the menu is full of diverse offerings, ranging from European to American (the eggs are definitely a highlight) as well as a range of Asian-inspired dishes masterfully prepared in their Wok.
Via Paolo Sarpi, 8
Every Saturday and Sunday, oTTo offers a dedicated menu based on their famous “Quadrotti,’’ a box of bread slices topped with unique combinations, accompanied by fruit, yogurt, potatoes, and coffee. There’s no doubt that this is the most Instagrammable brunch in the city.
Via Fratelli Gabba, 7/B
Bar Bulgari boasts one of the most exclusive brunches in the city. Thanks to an enormous buffet offered by Bar Bulgari, even the most indecisive will find something perfect. We strongly recommend you to go there in the spring on a beautiful, sunny day to enjoy their enchanting garden.
Via Paladini, 8
At Santeria Social Club in Via Paladini, their new brunch menu is just waiting to be discovered. Enjoy fried eggs with crispy bacon, pancakes with honey, smoked salmon toast, and vegetarian/vegan options in their baroque, floral courtyard and unwind after a long week at work.
Viale Piave, 42
The H Club, inside the Sheraton Diana Majestic Hotel, offers one of the best American breakfasts you can find in Milan on a Sunday morning, which has satisfied the palettes of brunch purists, vegetarians, and coeliacs alike. Lose yourself among the wide selection of assorted meats and cheeses, eggs, pancakes, homemade pound cakes, brioche, and classic Italian lunch courses.
Alzaia Naviglio Pavese, 286
While not in the heart of the city, unlike our other favorites, Erba Brusca, on the Naviglio Pavese, is a beautiful little getaway immersed in greenery. The restaurant prepares all their dishes with ingredients grown in their vegetable garden. Here, you can enjoy a moment of peace on a beautiful day surrounded by nature. The trip outside the city is worth it!