Armani Hotel Milano - Snapper, Vegetables and fruits, mango, green tempura. Photo by Simona Bruno
Armani Hotel Milano is celebrating its 10th year anniversary. It was in November 11, 2011 when, thanks to the project set up by Giorgio Armani S.p.A. and Emaar Properties PJSC, Armani Hotel Milano opened its doors in the heart of the city, after it had launched Armani Hotel Dubai.
Armani Hotel Milano
The Hotel is located in the rationalist building designed by Enrico A. Griffini in 1937, which from above, presents a silhouette shaped as an A, and involves a world of harmony, privacy, and attention to the safety of the guests.
Armani Hotel Milano - Duck foie gras, smoked eel, green apple, dill, pistachio. Photo by Simona Bruno
A decade celebrated by Executive Chef Francesco Mascheroni with a menu that consists of the most remarkable dishes of these years, recalling the evolution and the successes. The raw material is always the main focus, in its purity and authenticity; the design and the colours of the dishes meet different places and atmospheres of the hotel in pictures shot in the main spaces (Armani/Bamboo Bar, Armani/SPA, the rooms, Armani/Ristorante), in an ideal embrace between materials and furniture which makes the hotel a unique place of Milanese hospitality.
Armani Hotel MIlano - Ravioli, Langa lamb, lime, chard, datterino tomato. Photo Simona Bruno Armani Hotel Milano - Like a Lasagna, Duck ragout, lemongrass, lime. Photo by Simona Bruno
Starting from the most recent, up until 2011, the signature dishes of the hotel are: Snapper, Vegetables and fruits, mango, green tempura, shiso, a starter from this year’s menu, Ravioli, Langa lamb, lime, chard, datterino tomato (2020), Black Cod, miso black cod, yuzu, tofu, crispy vegetables (2019), Prawn, Carrot, passion fruit, lukewarm butter (2018), Spaghetti sea urchins, miso cauliflower, green apple (2017), Duck foie gras, smoked eel, green apple, dill, pistachio (2016), Veal cheek, Polenta concia foam, cocoa (2015), White Tiramisu?, Coffee meringue (2014), Like a Lasagna, Duck ragout, lemongrass, lime (2013), Charcoal pigeon, pumpkin, tamarind (2012), a big classic still present in the menu, Liu chu chocolate, Amalfi lemon, candied ginger (2011), a dessert shaped like an A, an homage to the Armani world.
Armani Hotel Milano - A dessert shaped like an A as an homage to 10 years, Liu chu chocolate, Amalfi lemon, candied ginger. Photo by Simona Bruno
These dishes speak of the evolution, the research, and the intuitions that have been the genesis of a unique cuisine style that pays homage to Occident and Orient and proposes traditional dishes with a modern touch.
The menu, which consists of two tasting journeys with 5-6 courses, is available from November 11 to December 21.
On November 8, in Dubai, Chef Francesco Mascheroni and Giovanni Papi, Chef of Armani/Ristorante Dubai, celebrated the opening of the two hotels in a four-handed dinner, that will be hosted in Milan in the future.
Armani/Ristorante is open from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, and it is closed on Sunday and Monday evening.
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