This year the Fuori Salone will also feature some pop-up restaurants as part of design showcases for designers and architects. Here are a few that we found to be interesting:
Lapin Kulta Solar Kitchen Restaurant
This is a “preview” restaurant that is a collaboration between Catalan designer Martí Guixé, Finnish food visionary Antto Melasniemi and Lapin Kulta beer. The concept is – as the name suggests – a kitchen that is fully powered by solar energy. Sunshine will determine the menu of the day, whether it’d be a solar barbecue, some meals prepared at lower temperatures or even salads.
Check the restaurant out at Milan’s Triennale Museum. Or the restaurant’s website.
Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6
This restaurant features interior designs by Italian architect Simone Michelli to bring together two cities – Milan and Shanghai – visually as well as in taste. Dishes that combine typical Italian dishes with Chinese cuisine will be served.
open to public from 10am-7pm
dinner by reservation only from 7pm to 11pm
bookings at +39 02 89058297
Seven Stars Galleria
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 11/12
entrance from piazza della Scala
Tom Dixon’s Parlement Restaurant and Tea Room
As part of Designer Tom Dixon’s MULTIPLEX display, the restaurant and tea room will be serving traditional British tea and scones as well as a four-course sharing dinner featuring seasonal food chosen daily from Milanese markets.
The chef will be rising star chef Stevie Parle of Dock Kitchen in London.
open daily for tea and scones, 10am-5pm
lunch daily, 12pm-2pm
dinner served Friday and Saturday only, 8pm
70€ per head including half bottle of house red or white wine
Via Stendhal 35
To book dinner at Parlement please call Kate +44 20 8962 1610 or via email at email@example.com.