If you are in Milan’s Ripamonti area and you are craving a good burger and an informal restaurant Cow Burger is for you. We tried it few nights ago and here is how it went!
Whether you have a more creative or classic taste, at Cow Burger you can find a wide range of burgers or you can simply create your own. We had fun creating our own personalized burger starting from the choice of the bun type (classic or sesame one), continuing with the choice of meat (Italian beef or Italian Omega3 beef) and cheese (cheddar, brie, gorgonzola, smoked scamorza) to end with the many toppings and sauces. The result were two delicious burgers, the meat was tender and juicy and we also enjoyed fries and onion rings on the side.
The menu was very inviting too, and we plan on going back soon. We would like to try the Boscaiolo burger (Italian Omega3 beef, grilled Tomino cheese, mushrooms, Valtellina speck and arugula) or the Sunny burger (Italian Omega3 beef, lettuce, tometoes, Mozzarella di Bufala, pork jowls with black pepper and mustard).
Cow Burger is located in via Ripamonti and can easily be reached by tram n24 (Ripamonti/Bellezza stop), right on the side of the restaurant. Otherwise there is tram n9 (Ripamonti/Sabotino), but if you prefer to get there by car you shouldn’t have problems finding a parking spot.
The place is tiny and unpretentious, ideal for a lunch or an informal dinner in a cozy environment where you place you order just as at any other fast-food joint. There are more or less 15 seatings, but the take-out formula seems to be the norm here.
The menu proposals cost from 8 to 11 euros (with the exception of the Double Burger that costs a few euros more). Even when combining your burger with a drink and some fries you won’t spend more than 15-ish euros, a right price if we consider the prime quality ingredients and the big portions.
Via Ripamonti 19, Milan
+39 02 91661731
Open everyday (11.30am-3pm and 7pm-11pm), except on Mondays and Sundays at lunch
Read the original article on Conosco un Posto. This English version was translated by Tamara Ilic.