The Sunday brunch is more than a habit; it’s a ritual to have with your own friends or family.
In Milan, in many cafes or restaurants the brunch is very popular and often you need to book in advance to be sure to find a seat. Milan offers many places where you can taste high quality dishes even on a budget.
We take this opportunity to remind you that Clotilde Bistrot, the restaurant at the Hotel Windsor, also offers delicious brunch on weekends, from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
In our bistro you can enjoy a rich buffet of sweet and savory delights, furthermore one of our gourmet dishes is included in the brunch.
If you are on holiday with your children, take advantage of our offer: our brunches include a free dish for children up to the age of 6!
These are the other spots that you might like in Milan, an itinerary focused on genuine flavors to be discovered when you are on vacation!
Vanilla Bakery is located at via Washington, one of the residential districts of the city. This café is born from the passion of the owners for California, the tradition of American desserts and their passion for fashion.
Here you will find tasty cupcakes, cookies, cake pops, muffins and any other delicacy in American style.
Vanilla Bakery has very nice furnishings and decorations in soft tones of colors which recall the traditional bakery “made in USA” with jars of marshmallows and other sweeties.
Santeria is well known for being a multipurpose place: a restaurant, a cocktail bar, an exhibition space and a shop. It was one of the most popular venues in Milan for many kinds of events. But Santeria is also renowned for the quality of its Sunday brunch, which menu changes every week, so we suggest you to discover it. Santeria is located in Lambrate area.
This café is at Isola district, close to the Bosco Verticale skyscrapers, one of the districts that show the innovative side of Milan, due to its architectural style.
Café Gorille is located at Via De Castilia and is one the best place of this neighborhood. It’s a French-style bistro with a big bar counter, tables and walls decorated with tile that striking originality and good taste. The brunch is plentiful, with vegetarian and vegan dishes too.
Le Biciclette is another very glamour venue for Milan’s nightlife fans. Opened in 1998 in Porta Ticinese, Bicycles is a landmark for the after-dinner drinks, but it has also consolidated its reputation as a Sunday brunch café.
Thanks to its strategical position, you can take advantage of a tasty break and go shopping to Corso di Porta Ticinese, which is within a walking distance.
Otto is located at Via Paolo Sarpi, a few steps from the Porta Nuova district. Otto is in a court converted from a small factory area and it looks like a big loft.
Stylishly furnished with decorated walls and a lounge room with sofas, wooden tables and chairs in vintage style, Otto is a very welcoming place.
Otto is popular among the university students and attended by creative freelancers, because there is a coworking space available. On Sunday you can have the brunch; the “quadrotti”, sliced bread filled with many kinds of delicacies, is the Otto specialty.
This venue is recommended also for aperitifs and quick dinners; have a look at the art corner, every month Otto hosts a different artist setting up a showcase.