For those who like their Italian food contemporary, accessible and refined, Pisacco is the place
This sharp, industrial meets contemporary with a touch of kitsch restaurant has the feel of an art space, with a menu that reflects both creativity and honesty. This is what could be called a concept restaurant, designed and developed by a group of artists, designers, architects, investors and the head chef all contributing to the essence of this incredible modern establishment.
Serving gastro-bistrot style, hearty Italian fare, the menu feature the things you wish your Italian mum could make. The food is in the control of Michelin-starred chef Andrea Berton, (bringing his reputation from Tussardi), with their Tiramisu in particular already infamous.
Although it is the kind of hip hang out loved by GQ, Vogue and Wallpaper, Pisacco welcome all.
Found in Brera, the arty epicentre of Milan, the understanding of design can be found all over Pisacco. The sparse, Discipline furniture was especially created for Pisacco, and the unique ‘bunch’ light fixtures are by the Paris concept lighting team, Merci.
Although all details are meticulously controlled and the restaurant can seat up to 100, the atmosphere is cosy and welcoming. This is because there was a deliberate decision to keep Pisacco accessible. Architects of the restaurant, Studio Vudafieri Saverino Partners – Tiziano Vudafieri and Claudio Saverino , understand that through a crisis, people are looking for a “nice place, good food, sophisticated but totally simple at the same time. Great quality, at the right price.” This is exactly the attitude, plus the focus on creativity, that has kept Pisacco going from strength to strength from its opening in 2012.
Via Solferino, 48 (Brera)
Tue-Sun 12am to 3pm / from 7pm to 1am