There are many places that I often hear defined as “more beautiful than good,” and in a city like Milan, where style and design play a fundamental role, it is easy to fall into this trap. Fortunately, things are very different at The Fisher. As the name suggests, this is a seafood restaurant with an extremely refined look, almost scenographic, which is full of many expectations that fortunately are met.
The Fisher is located in a splendid period building in Viale Bianca Maria dedicated to a single experience capable of pleasing all five senses. There’s a typical green table of the casinos complete with a roulette wheel, cages that reproduce huge, colorful amphorae full-wall murals, a bar worthy of the most refined Member’s Club and a school of fresh fish to envy the most renowned fishmongers, all with discreet, but very atmospheric, background music.
The owner Max D’Andrea wanted to give The Fisher an international imprint that would encompass his whole life around the world and to do so he entrusted himself to the designer Andrea Langhi, already creator of the two Argentine restaurants El Carnicero, also owned by D ‘Andrew. The Peruvian chef, Rafael Rodriguez guarantees limitless flavors with his high quality and international cuisine. In fact, his brigade includes chefs from Japan, Peru, Senegal, the Philippines, Senegal and obviously Italy.
The Fisher dishes come in different flavors, shapes and styles starting from the more “traditional” first courses such as spaghetti alla chitarra with fresh tomato and basil with tuna Tataki and burrata stracciatella in olive cream or the Iberian Jamon Gran Riserva Joselito 48 months. No worries because the menu does not disappoint by offering the right variety of raw ingredients, appetizers, first and second courses, and the opportunity to choose between two “tasting” menus.
A wide choice of excellent wines and delicious desserts – the seven cocoa textures are a guarantee – complete a delicious dinner that thanks to The Fisher will involve all five senses in a lively and cosmopolitan context.