Terrazza Triennale

Atumn in Terrazza Triennale

The refurbishment of the original Triennale terrace, designed by Giovanni Mauzio in 1933, led to the creation of Terrazza Triennale – Osteria con Vista which opened for EXPO 2015.

Now, with the NEW AUTUMN MENU, it is set to be again the top location to go out in town.

The bar and restaurant look onto the Milanese skyline with traditional features like Castello Sforzesco united with the futuristic Porta Nuova skyscrapers by Parco Sempione, the city’s green lung.

LOCATION

A glass pavilion which can open fully on all sides, covered by a 400 sqm canopy which makes it bioclimatic conservatory suspended above the park, plus a lightweight steel structure drawing on the ideas of original architect Mauzio, give life to a contemporary, international location.

Undoubtedly, the key protagonists remain the unparalleled view and the excellent Italian cuisine in the form of a modern hostelry.

It is open all day with dinner served even after 11pm and snacks are available in the afternoon when the Terrazza is transformed into a meeting place with free wifi on offer.

 

FOOD & COCKTAILS

The restaurant has an island kitchen situated among the tables and a new menu by chef Stefano Cerveni that proposes classic Italian dishes with a light, modern touch: “Sformato di Verza, Crema di Zucca e Amaretto”, “Uovo Bio morbido, Parmigiano e Tartufo Nero” o “Calamari Morbidi, Passatina di Ceci e Basilico”, but also “Risotto alla Milanese, Ragù di Ossobuco e Gremolada”.

Meanwhile, at the bar, Luis Hidalgo mixes cocktails based on the same philosophy of simplicity and the right balance.

 

Terrazza Triennale – Osteria con Vista is a project by Ugo Fava with Stefano Cerveni

 

Viale Alemagna Emilio, 6 – 20121 Milan, Tel. 02.36644340

www.osteriaconvista.it, info@terrazzatriennale.org

facebook.com/TerrazzaTriennale.Osteria.con.Vista

Opening Hours 11.30 – 0.30, Mondays only dinner. Average price: 25 Euro for lunch, 50 Euro for dinner (drinks excluded), Cocktails 14 Euro

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