The fundamentals of Italian cuisine, from breakfast to dinner. An offering capable of accommodating the desire for conviviality and good taste at any hour. A simple offering, and a rich selection of alternatives to interpret each day as a new day. In the secret green courtyard of the building at Corso Venezia 52, Aprea is also opening Caffè Bistrot, based on an unprecedented concept for which he has redefined the canons of popular cuisine through a selection of great classics offered to the public in all their natural, original glory.
A space capable of evoking the tradition of the cafeterias of cosmopolitan and bourgeois Milan in the early 20th century, with a rich variety of influences offered by matter and colour to frame a different way of understanding the relationship between time and food. The bistro revolves around an iconic semi-circular counter to showcase the fundamentals of Italian cuisine, from breakfast to dinner, with an offering capable of accommodating the desire for conviviality and good taste at any hour.
The glassed-in space accommodates 22 guests, plus 12 more en plein air, in the outdoor area overlooking the Palace’s secret garden. The space – designed, like the restaurant, by architect Flaviano Capriotti – expresses the characteristic themes of the finest Milanese design tradition in a contemporary style, offering the Foundation’s guests and the city’s public a new place where beauty, nature, good taste and savoir faire can be combined.