I like a lot chinese food. It′s one of my favourites . If you know where to go, you′ll find a tasty and light cooking avoiding awful fried food or that only tastes soy .
Milan offers different choices from the cheapest to the most expensive. Nowadays chinese food doesn′t mean low cost and low quality.
We can stop eating shrimp crackers and frozen spring rolls thanks to new recipes that some years ago didn′t exist in Italy . i′ve been to all the restaurants you ′ll find in my top 5. Trust me. I write about places and things i like, I don′t want to mock anyone.
A restaurant managed by wonderful people, unfortunately the granmother is dead passed down to Rita and her grandsons the flawless art of cooking . Dumplings represent the speciality, made by the girls, after lunch on a table of the restaurant. I love the spicy crispy rooster and the peking duck. Everything is perfect and peaceful. Prices about 30€ excluded drinks
Via Lazzaretto 10 02.29405153
In chinese dim sum means : delicious bites made to touch the heart, eaten by the travellers on the silk road it′s what you will find in this very elegant restaurant . A wide selection of meals: dumplings,spring rolls , meatballs, and others like fish, chicken soups or vegetables. A CLASSY LIST OF WINES. PRICE ABOUT 50€ EXCLUDED DRINKS
Via Pisacane angolo Nino Bixio 02.29522821 www.dimsummilano.com
I often go to this place. It has 4 different location and my fav is Via Casati. Via Casati. Fire bolws represente the speciality, wooks which are always hot thanks to a stove. Variations of squids, spicy chicken and so on . I love meat stuffed aubergines and the stir-fried rice is wonderful. The place is attended by young supercool chineses and by all the fashion-system of the place . Price about 20€ excluded drinks
Via Padova 3
Viale Col di Lana 14
Via Felice Casati 7
Via Paolo Lomazzo 16
fire bowl with spicy squids
To describe this restaurant there is only one word : beautiful. Red is the main colour of The style and the design of this classy chinese restaurant . everything is light but tasty. A breathtaking sweet and spicy soup ,a ginger stir-fried lobster and all the meals about 100 on the list from Cantonese cooking and others too . price about 40/50 € excluded drinks
Via Castelvetro 16-18 www.bon-wei.it
Liu family is the most visionary in milan′s restaurants business. after Be Asian Mood and Yio, the family has inaugurated a restaurant whose name comes from the presence of the big gongs in the room. Illuminated in the evening they give to to the restaurant an unique atmosphere. The restaurant offers a modern chinese cooking is by a japanese chef, who make very light dishes. This restauranti s not properly chinese but it′s worthy to be tried. Price about 40/60 excluded drinks.
Corso Concordia 8 02.76023873 www.gongmilano.it