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A Noma-trained chef offering 28 seats.

This cozy two-room restaurant is located within walking distance of Milan’s bustling Navigli canals. As its name suggests, 28 Posti can only accommodate 28 guests (although the architects, Silvia Orazi and Gaetano Berni, ensured that those who do get a seat, sit on one inspired by Gio Ponti’s 699 Superleggera chair design). The restaurant’s menu, which is based exclusively on seasonal produce and changes every four weeks, was created by Noma-trained chef Marco Ambrosino as a contemporary take on traditional Italian cuisine. Set courses are available for both lunch and dinner, and meals can be paired with organic wines from Italy and neighboring countries.

28 Posti
Via Corsico 1
20144 Milano

  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
  • Words:
    Gabriele Dellisanti
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