at Fondazione Rovati, in Milan
At the Rovati Foundation, in the Intro Montanelli Gardens in Porta Venezia Park, opened its doors the new restaurant and bistro by Andrea Aprea, formerly chef of the restaurant at the Hotel Park Hyatt, before the hotel renovation, which took about two years. With the restaurant at the Park Hyatt, Andrea Aprea achieved success and recognition, including the Gambero Rosso’s Three Forks. The new Milanese venture is named after him, Andrea Aprea, and includes a bistro on the ground floor and a restaurant on the second floor.
Discover the new Kitchen restaurant on Lake Como
The design of the spaces, by architect Flaviano Caprotti, is both scenic and intimate. Traditional Mediterranean materials, such as ceramics and wood, welcome guests and guide them to the gardens, hidden in the back. The restaurant room, overlooking the kitchen, is dominated by a large chandelier made of glass and gold leaf.
The contemporary cuisine does not forget the Neapolitan tradition, reinterpreted with lightness. A wine cellar with 650 labels accompanies dishes tasting, offering several choices. All images from AndreaAprea.com website. AndreaAprea.com