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DON LISANDER: Tastings at the historical Milanese Restaurant in Via Manzoni

DON LISANDER: Opened in 1947, in the heart of Milan, a few steps from the Teatroalla Scala, the restaurant is named after Alessandro Manzoni, affectionately called by the Milanese Don Lisander.

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An elegant restaurant that, however, shows the domestic and informal face.

During the summer, tables and dishes move into the large courtyard that borders the lush park of Palazzo Trivulzio. The restaurant is a lively and pulsating monument offering a menu of meat and fish such as lobster and basil catalana with caramelized red onion, beef fillet with green pepper and Fiorentina with buttered new potatoes. These are accompanied by traditional Lombard and Italian regional dishes such as Val Tidone cured meats, culatello di Zibello, sweet and sour guinea-fowl, Milanese risotto, fresh pasta, ossobuco and Milanese-style veal chop.

WHERE: Via Alessandro Manzoni 12, Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan 20121


“Don Lisander” tasting menu with 5 meat courses for 2 people

€ 149.90

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