On the outskirts of the city, Erba Brusca is a rural retreat whose short and sweet menu features ingredients from the adjoining garden, bringing diners closer in tune with the land. Run by the French-American chef Alice Delcourt, whose partner Danilo Ingannamorte is the sommelier and maître d’, this informal spot is particularly popular on weekends, when the Milanese escape to the countryside and mountains that ring the city. Although the menu changes regularly, a reliably delicious mainstay is the pasta with clams, truffles and wild sorrel (erba brusca). Pair it with a natural wine from their expertly curated wine list.
Time Out tip: You can take a taxi to Erba Brusca, but it’s more charming to rent a bike through a bike-sharing app and ride down the Naviglio Pavese.
|Venue name:||Erba Brusca|
Alzaia Naviglio Pavese, 286