Up to the ’30s you could find the small lake of San Marco while walking in the heart of Brera. An artificial basin used by the Milanese as a small trade port just like the Darsena. Therefore Fishbar de Milan, in Via Montebello 7, couldn’t choose a more fitting location for its first address in town, a sea bistro bringing to Milan recipes and flavors from seaside resorts around the globe.
Exposed bricks, round mirrors (recalling ship portholes), soft lights, cushions with geometric patterns, wooden tables, green and blue incursions, typical colors of a seaside resort.
A big passion for seafood. The cuisine, in fact, interprets creatively and in a contemporary key seafood dishes, in a combination of typical recipes of our local culinary tradition and flavors from international seaside locations.
Fishbar brings to Milan the sea with proposals designed to satisfy each and every palate. The raw fish lovers will be conquered by tartare, carpaccio, ceviche and oysters; the traditionalists will enjoy great seafood classics such as spaghetti with clams and baked seabass. The more adventurous will be glad to taste flavors coming from countries far-away such as the Thai soup or the Mexican fish tacos.
The fish burger also is a must for every respectable fish bar: four variants made with freshly baked bread. Next to this great classic of Fishbar de Milan, the Maine Lobster Roll rigorously prepared with American lobster, the Tunaburger with wasabi mayo, avocado, mango sauce and mixed salad, the Salmonburger with guacamole, red onion jam, tomato, dill and horseradish mayonnaise and the amberjack fish burger with leek jam, bacon, confit tomato and tartar mayonnaise.
A culinary tour among American cuisine specials, oriental flavors, ingredients coming from beyond the Alps and typical regional recipes. These are the stops of an imaginary cruise to discover the best seafood recipes around the world.