Cosimo Commisso's three of his favourite restaurants are upping the culinary game

Cosimo Commisso’s favourite Milan Dining Scene

Cosimo Commisso transports us to Milan, where three of his favourite restaurants are upping the culinary game Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan Milan is like that student in school who just aced everything. Fashion, food, landscape — it’s always getting marks 10 out of 10. So needless to say, it’s been tough trying to name just three of my favourite restaurants in the city, but like with my L.A. list {hyperlink to LA Dining Scene blog post}, I managed to narrow it down to this trio of fine institutions. Wanderlusters, be sure to add these to your list of things to taste. Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan ERBA BRUSCIA: If your into the whole “farm-to-table” theme (who isn’t?), get thee to Erba Bruscia. The restaurant has its own garden, so many of the ingredients are grown on-site, making this a truly local experience. The patio is one of the most refreshing you’ll ever sit in. Tip: if you’re a brunch fanatic, try theirs. It’s divine. Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan GIACOMO: Giorgio Armani loves this place, so you know it’s got to be good. From the décor to the menu, Giacomo feels very traditionally Italian with its intimate setting and, of course, its damn good food. While your taste buds get acquainted with the incredible Tuscan cuisine, your eyes can feast on your ornate surroundings. Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan Cosimo Commisso's favourite restaurants in the city Milan PECK: The exterior itself will blow your mind, but inside this place is an extravaganza of culinary goodness. Not only does it contain the Ristorante Al Peck and the Peck Italian Bar, but you can also stock up on edible souvenirs at their in-store grocery. Because you can’t leave Italy without taking some of it with you (read: aged sheep cheese, Parma ham and other culinary treasures that just aren’t the same at home). Happy feasting! With love, Cosimo Commisso

Cosimo Commisso

Cosimo Commisso’s love for food started from an early age as he learned by his Grandmothers side. She did not have a fancy cooking school diploma on her wall, yet she was taught by her own Calabrese Grandma. Cosimo Commisso’s cooking skills have slowly but surely been perfected over the years so much so that this website is his first attempt to document and compile enough recipes for his first cooing book. Salute!