When it’s time to eat, make your way to grandma’s house. Risoelatte at Via Camperio 6 will transport you to another time with its retro interiors and home-cooked Milanese dishes with a twist. Its signature dish — Riso e latte, a risotto cooked with milk — is well worth trying.
Do make time to try one of Milan’s most fashionable restaurants and pool bars, Ceresio 7, brought to you by the Dsquared2 fashion label. Ceresio 7 is within walking distance of the central districts of Brera and Corso Coma, and its rooftop location offers some of the best views of Milan. Sophisticated dishes and aperitivo finish off this stylish Milano experience.
When it comes to shopping, Milan’s 10 Corso Coma offers the most sublime retail experience in the city. For the best design-related books, head to its top-floor bookshop. Many distractions await, from the chicest fashion and jewellery, to stationery and kitchenware from all the famous brands, such as Alessi and Issey Miyake.