Al Pont de Ferr
Canals were the autostrade of medieval Milan, transporting timber, marble, salt, oil and wine into town. The largest of them, the...
A grunge-free late-nighter on the Naviglio Grande, owned by stylish retailer Claudio Antonioli.
Osteria le Vigne
A perennially popular Navigli eatery, this place is hard to beat for value. Perusal of the menu will reveal such options as straccetti...
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Al Pont de Ferr information
Navigli’s osterie (restaurants/bars) can often disappoint on the food front, but Al Pont de Ferr lifts the game. Its casual charm can make you wonder if the prices aren’t tourist-inflated. Look again; you’ll see attention to detail and interesting regional ingredients, such as rabbit stews, fonduta piemontese (fondue), purée of cardoons and baccalà (dried cod) on a soup of fennel.