If you fancy a brunch on a sunday morning in Milan, Biancolatte is the place to be.
Biancolatte is in via Turati a few steps form the posh fashion district of Milano. Catch the yellow line and get off at Turati Station. While walking there enjoy the beautiful architecture that surrounds the restaurants.
The restaurant offers a wide range of mouth-watering treats! Its specialties are ice creams and pastries. The bar at the entrance is a joy to the eye of the visitors and just behind the store there is a private room with white tables and chairs (white in Italian means “bianco”) where sunlight shines bright. Take a seat and explore the menu that spreads from salads to panini, from pasta to meat and coldcuts.
The restaurant is a family owned and managed business and this is what made its fortune. The idea behind the birth of this place was to keep it as simple as mama’s kitchen, offering good, genuine and authentic products of the italian food tradition.
Biancolatte is open as follows:
Tuesday to Friday 7:30am-12am
Saturday and Sunday 8am-12am
From breaksfat to dinner you will not be disappointed!
Biancolatte is not just about food. It features a homeware store where to buy kitchen appliances and tableware that will look beautiful on your kitchen’s counter! Get lost among the shelves of the store and choose a nice gift for your friends and family. They will appreciate it!
If you are looking for any other suggestions and advices about restaurants in the city of Milan, just click this link to see what the city has to offer when it comes to good food.
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