For the lovers of the oriental cuisine, mainly the Chinese, talking about Bon Wei is easy. Often Chinese restaurants are automatically connected to the fast, low-creative, low-quality dishes. Besides a not particularly well-tended setting that also offer recipes of other nationalities such as Japanese or Italian dishes.
With Bon Wei, which means “good taste” in Chinese, it doesn’t happen. With no fusion, faithful to the Chinese cuisine, the restaurant presents a proposal of dishes made of fresh ingredients and raw materials of the highest quality that will make even the most skeptical people change their minds. Other guarantee is the restaurant managers, the same as Dim Sum, another pillar of the Chinese cuisine in Milan that combines quality, taste and refinement.
The aspect of the room that immediately impress us, is its style that combines tradition and modernity. The dark colors of the elegant rooms and also the soft lighting give a very charming twilight atmosphere.
The menu offers a wide choice of meat, fish, rice and soups. There are chicken variations in every flavor of the traditional Chinese cuisine but among the appetizers you can also found the inevitable beef ravioli and shrimp in chilli sauce, that are a classic that never disappoints. However, if you want to immerse yourself in the most authentic China, try the Peking duck, one of their strengths.
The staff is prepared and kind and a note of this merit goes absolutely to the feminine, with the traditional chinese dress that adds further charm to the location.
Sushi and fusion cuisine are replaced by details that confirm the intention of the local that wants to make its customers live an experience as authentic as possible: if you are looking for the typical oriental calm, behind the windows, there is a beautiful small garden. If you want to expand your culture to China, introduce yourself to the menu of regional specialties with a tea list by Arte del Ricevere or request a mini ceremony of Gong Fu Cha, a traditional tea preparation, at the end of the dinner.
At Bon Wei, the good taste of China can be seen, felt and savored.