First Look at Toronto Eataly’s Stylish Trattoria Milano Menu (PHOTOS)


Tucked away in the bustling Eataly Market is Trattoria Milano, an authentic Italian restaurant inspired by the culture, design and, of course, the cuisine of Milan.

The restaurant was initially launched for a short period in February 2019, but it was not until this year that Eataly decided to reopen the food court for customers and invite them to ‘eat, drink and be Milanese’. .

The chef of Trattoria Milano, Luca Lussoso, is the originator of the restaurant’s menu and offers traditional dishes that are a well-known Milanese specialty.

“At Trattoria Milano, we’ve brought a little piece of Milan to the heart of Toronto. From the classic dishes we serve to the drinks we pour to the art adorning the walls, every little moment gives customers an authentic taste of the iconic Italian city, ”said Nico Dagnino, CEO of Eataly Toronto.

Fortunately, we got a first look at the menu offerings:

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

First on the list is “gli antipasti”, aka appetizers.

From left to right is Bresola, a corned beef from Valtellina, in Lombardy, next to Risotto al Salto, a lightly fried saffron risotto placed on a taleggio fondue, and Mondeghili, a “meatball” in fried Milanese with mostarda di cremona. The candied fruit was an added sweet touch.

Now for “I Risotti”, a risotti dish called Funghi because it is accompanied by mixed roasted mushrooms, mushroom brodo with Grana Padano cheese.

Toronto Eataly

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

Looking for a pasta dish? The Casoncelli alla Bergamasca is an excellent choice.

These are classic handmade Bergamo dumplings filled with braised veal and Amaretti in a light buttery sauce with pancetta and sage.

Toronto Eataly

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

For the big portion of the night’s course, “I Secondi”, Trattotia Milano has a delicious L’Ossobuco, a braised veal shank from Montak Farms placed on a bed of gli aironi saffron risotto with gremolata.

Toronto Eataly

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

Accompanied by L’Ossobuco is La Tradizionale Cotoletta alla Milanese. What is traditionally called “elephant’s ear” is a bone-in veal loin from Montpak farm, finely pounded.

Look at the size of this thing.

Toronto Eataly

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

Finally, the Mele e Zafferano, a small baked pie of frangipane with almonds and homemade pastry cream, garnished with candied apple and saffron cream.

You will eat every bite of it.

almond dessert

Karen Doradea / Daily Beehive

Trattoria Milano will offer a dinner service from Wednesday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. and extended hours from Friday to Sunday closing at 10 p.m.

The intimate restaurant is located on the second floor of Eataly and is scheduled to open to the public on November 10.

Trattoria Milano

Address: Eataly second floor – 55 Bloor Street West


Source link

Previous Four-course tasting menu at 210 Bistro offering delicacies during the Aberdeen Restaurant week
Next Quirky Middlesbrough Restaurant Launches £ 1 Quid Game Menu - Here's What's In It & Who Can Get It

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.