Trattoria Bagutta: Milan

posted on September 1, 2005 at 10:23 am

This place has been around since 1924. It is the choice of Milan’s artists and intelligentsia (there is a great backstory on their website–see the URL below). My mother had fried zucchini flowers and a salad of fresh and thinly sliced porcini mushrooms dressed in a simple dressing. Both were amazingly good. I had a simple spaghetti pomodoro and amazing mixed salad. You might think me boring but simple dishes done well are better than any frou-frou concoction you can throw at me. The waitstaff is friendly and knowledgeable. This is the kind of place that leaves the bottle of grappa on the table when you only one glass. A definite must for leisurely lunch in Milan. Grab a seat in the garden if it is available.

Location: Via Bagutta, 14
Phone: +39 (02) 7600-2767

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