The Locanda began life as a restaurant in 1989, with a menu devised by Gualtiero Marchesi . The young son of the house, Paolo, completed his apprenticeship under the famous chef and family-friend in Marchesi’s restaurant. The kitchens are located below, where the old medieval prison once stood. The restaurant, which was an immediate success, is also popular with the Milanese, especially from May to October.
There are various sections in the restaurant.
The Fresco Room
The Main dining room was once the chemist’s shop. On two walls there is a large classical-style frieze in grey and terracotta with trompe l’oeil columns and caryatids, which came to light during renovation work. The Villeroy and Boch plates are decorated with small flowers. This room is dominated by an imposing sixteenth-century fireplace at the far end. This dining room can accommodate up to forty guests
The weapon room
The Weapon Room normally hosts business dinners. This elegant room is adorned by ancient frescoes that make every single event unique. It can hold up to twelve guests.
The private room
The private room for two-only is always pre-booked and made even more intimate by its fireplace. Many great love stories began here: after the first romantic dinner, couples usually celebrate their weddings, baptisms and anniversaries at the Locanda. In short, it’s a place you fall in love with.
White Wines – Rose Wines
A Half Liter Bottles
Sparkling Wines and Champagne and Dessert Wines