This rustic little eatery is purportedly the oldest restaurant in Milan, and still serves up home-style food to hungry Milanese. The menu is simple and small, usually with a couple pastas and a couple meat dishes, so everything can be made with the tender care of an Italian grandmother. Traditional Milanese favorites, like slow-cooked beef cheek, veal risotto, and hearty ham hocks, make the rounds on the menu. Quick, professional service and a good selection of Italian wines supplement the limited choice of dishes.
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