Vegetarian restaurants in Milan
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Known for seasonal produce and light, clean flavours, the menu at Joia is also imbued with drama and poetry (a winter dish of globe and Jerusalem artichokes, sweet black salsify and pomegranate is entitled ‘Beneath a snowy white carpet’). There’s the odd overwrought clanger but after one too many servings of leaden cotoletta, chef Pietro Leeman’s green realm is nothing short of delightful. The €40 lunch deal is great value.
Maybe it's fate, but you can call it serendibity to find this first-rate Sri Lankan restaurant just when you were in the mood for something hot and cheap that hasn't served time as a spokesmodel on Italian TV. Vegetarians rejoice at the hearty lentil and stewed vegetable options, while kukulmas (marinated chicken)is crowd-pleasing poultry.