“REAL LIFE IS ONLY THE REFLECTION OF POETS’ DREAMS, THE VIEW OF EVERYTHING THAT IS BEAUTIFUL IN ARTS OR IN NATURE.”
Stendhal Milan is an elegant restaurant that recalls Parisian bistros, set in the artistic district of Brera between the streets of Ancona, San Marco and Solferino.
The menu offers traditional dishes with a deep research on raw materials and offers proposals to satisfy all tastes: a selection of appetizers, first courses with fresh pasta, main courses with meats and fish, various salads, and cold cuts and cheeses.
In the warm season Stendhal Milan also welcomes you to its outdoor garden, for a lunch or an outdoor dinner.
I love Carciofo!
From Sicily artichokes came to Tuscany around 1466.
Tradition says that artichokes were introduced in France by Caterina de ‘Medici, who gladly enjoyed artichoke hearts.
She might have been the one who brought them Italy to France when she married King Henry II of France.
Tartufo mon amour!
“I remember that over the years a gentleman of my lands, knowing that I knew Italy, asked me if I had seen men go and graze pigs down there, and I laughed knowing that instead they were going for hunting truffles.”
(Umberto Eco, The name of the rose)