The art deco architecture of the Museo del Novecento frames one of Milan's most atmospheric restaurants. Making the restaurant even more unique are the loggia and the adjacent panoramic terrace overlooking Piazza Duomo.

With Giacomo Arengario, Giacomo Bulleri has realised his dream of bringing his cuisine into one of the city's most important museum institutions.


The design by Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli pays homage to the Arengario, the historic 1930s building that houses the restaurant. The interior is a triumph of the decorative arts, where styles intertwine, from the black and gold lacquered entrance, where one can sip tea or an aperitif, to the elegant and sober dining room with its gold walls. The glazed loggia and adjacent terrace offer a unique view of Milan Cathedral.


Traditional Italian cuisine, from sea and land, interpreted with excellent fresh produce with a special focus on the great traditional Milanese dishes, such as schnitzel and risotto. A menu that follows the seasons, a careful and attentive cuisine that through its simplicity enhances the quality of unique ingredients.

Cellar and Bar

A selection of the best Italian labels, with a careful eye on the most noble and historic appellations, with old vintages and large formats. There is no lack of French digression, with whites and reds from the best known terroirs and Champagnes from the great Maisons. The bar offers a cocktail menu that ranges from the great classics to original creations, as well as a careful selection of spirits and liqueurs.


Via Guglielmo Marconi, 1 - Milano

Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00 / 19:00 - 00:00
Terrace Aperitif 16:00 - 18:00

+39 02 72093814