I particularly enjoyed this evening out in Milan. It is normally very hard to tolerate long Italian dinners when traveling on my own, but the informality of this place and the pleasant demeanor of the staff made this a special evening for me.
The menu was short, but interesting, everything I had was done exactly right. Unlike most Italian restaurants I have visited lately, the portion size was sensible, so it was possible to actually enjoy a primo and a secondo. The red wine choice by the glass was exceptionally good and remarkably inexpensive.
The décor is so informal that it is funny. The antique wooden tables with plastic chairs were particularly amusing: this kind of informality is very welcome to me.
I particularly appreciated the patience of the staff when I got lost and came in sweating 1/2 hour after my reservation. In the Italian tradition, you have a table for the whole evening--nobody is rushing you to finish so they can turn the table over.
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