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Lunch break at That’s Prosciutto in the Lotto area in Milan

Via Mosè Bianchi, 103, Milano, MI, Italia

It can happen that some days you are craving something different than a sandwich or a salad for lunch. So we tried That’s Prosciutto, a “fast” restaurant that, as the name suggests, is dedicated to one of the most popular meats in the world: prosciutto. Here is how we ate!

THE HIGHLIGHT: cold cuts, needless to say

The menu proposes 12 different kinds of traditional Italian cold cuts, served with vegetable ingredients. In addition to these one-course dishes you can also find salmon, chicken, mackerel or tuna salads. Intrigued by the two proposals we decided to try them both, so we ordered a That’s San Daniele (San Daniele aged 18 months, grilled artichokes, red onion, mozzarella, mixed salad, breadsticks and Altamura bread) and a That’s Norwegian Salmon (smoked Norwegian salmon, fennel, orange of Sicily, endive Belgian, soncino, mango, chives and carasau bread).

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That’s San Daniele Pleasure | © Giorgia Ferrais

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That’s Norwegian Salmon | © Giorgia Ferrais

The dishes are abundant but light, perfect for a quick lunch before going back to the office. We wanted to spoil ourselves by ordering one of the desserts prepared by the famous pastry chef Sal de Riso.

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That’s Chocolate Asia | © Giorgia Ferrais

The slice of chocolate cake was incredible!

THE LOCATION: Lotto area

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The outside | © Giorgia Ferrais

The restaurant is located on Via Mosè Bianchi, near the Lotto stop of the red and purple metro lines that is located less than 5 minutes away by foot. It is easily reachable by car, and finding a spot to park won’t be a problem!


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The inside | © Giorgia Ferrais

The location is perfect for a casual lunch thanks to its modern furniture; it is frequented by employees of the offices that are in the area. The only negative thing is the lack of privacy due to the proximity of the tables.

THE BILL: more than fair

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The view on the kitchen | © Giorgia Ferrais

The one-course dishes cost between 8 and 13 euros and given the abundance you’ll leave full and satisfied. If you can’t resist the dessert, they cost 5 euros. The positive note is that the filtered water is free. So, are you going to try it?

Via Mosè Bianchi 103, Milan
+39 02 84176901
Open from Monday to Friday (10 am-8 pm)

Read the original article on Conosco un Posto. This article was written and translated by Giorgia Ginevra Ferrais.

Via Mosè Bianchi, 103, Milano, MI, Italia

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