Enrico Buonocore, Langosteria’s owner and CEO, chose the elegant Galleria del Corso, 4, as the perfect location for his Milanese cafè, sourrounded by suffused lighting and international atmosphere. Langosteria Cafè is a glamorous spot where you can taste high quality raw materials and refined cocktails, following the fil rouge of Langosteria, Langosteria Bistrot and Langosteria Paraggi, in Liguria.
Langosteria Café Milano blends a cosmopolitan style with an elegant retro taste. The location reminds so much of that corner of Normandy, Mont Saint Michelle, a small village dyed in grey, mud and sand that, in the period of the tides, blend in with the deep blue of the sea. The chromatic notes are heated by the warmth of oak and brass burnished structures.
The restaurant opens modern horizons to the original concept of the bistro-restaurant and turns it into a fluid concept where one could get together from lunch to dinner, through the Italian gourmet aperitivo. Langosteria Café Milano is the ideal setting for any occasion: free your mind and imagine the sea in Milan. You may wonder how is it possible, but every time you sit inside, you will find yourself on that rock where the sunset is more beautiful, or on that beach where you fell in love.
The heart of the restaurant is the open kitchen, which dominates the two splendid permanent outdoor seating areas, made of crystal, which attract the light and reflect it inside, making the space a continuum. The location is characterized by comfortable and design furniture, with sinuous and elegant shapes. The bar area is enriched with a travertine and brass counter, where you can enjoy your cocktail under the light of a luminous column.
Start with: Anchovies of the Cantabrian Sea with butter croutons
The dish that you can’t miss: King Crab
The first course to try: Orecchiette with chickling vetch and seafood
Dessert: … L’Agostin, the sweet signature bite by Langosteria
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