I was in this area today and was drawn in to this place by the beautiful display of a large variety of breads in the window. All I can say is WOW! An extraordinary variety of picture perfect breads, all gorgeous. The baguette and the ciabatta was fantastic! The other ones look great as well. I never asked where these breads are from...
The other surprise once you get inside is the deli. Some really professional staff behind the counter, and the Chicken Cutlet sandwich I ordered on one of their breads was beautifully prepared and tasted amazing! They were making other sandwiches for customers that looked fabulous too! The salads are gorgeous, I got some cucumber salad and antipasto salad. When I tried it later, the latter had about 6 types of salamis in it. Good stuff too, not cheap supermarket cold cut types.
This place is a hidden gem! It's not very big, but for bread, sandwiches and deli, it literally blows the doors off Agata or Grace's, also on the UES. Worth the trip here! Prices were seemingly not that high for this area, either.
Anybody else been to Milano? Anybody know where the breads are from?
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