From Michelin starred Chefs who cook the epitome of Italian Food: spaghetti, to a minivan that offers the perfect espresso, here are all the delicious events in Milan you can’t miss while at Design Week.
Milan Design Week 2014:
Food events not to miss
Design Week in Milan always means great design but also great food: from the many events ongoing during this Week, Swide helps you out in spotting the food ones that definitely deserve a visit.
At Superstudio più in Via Tortona 27 from April 9th till the 13th Michelin star Chefs – among the many, Bottura, Oldani, Scabin – will cook the epitome of Italian Food, spaghetti, through their own vision thanks to the initiative of San Pellegrino, Live from Milano.
At Four Seasons Hotel – all week – the in-house Michelin-starred Chef Sergio Mei will cook together with the seven Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe.
Good Food in Good Design at the Hotel Boscolo, Bulgari, Château Monfort, Four Seasons, Palazzo Parigi, The Westin Palace, Magna Pars Suites e Principe di Savoia has Lombardy cuisine under the limelight for a “Milano Gourmet Experience”, with appetizers created by in-house Chefs.
In Piazza Affari enjoy Street Food thanks to the collaboration with Seletti: panini and street food for all!
Fancying some food on the go? On a three-wheeled mini van, excellent Street Food/panini by Chef Aurora Mazzucchelli in via Tortona 35 offered by Consorzio Virigilio, a high-quality dairy Association.
On April 10th at 18.30, the Mestoli&Compassi event, held at Donizetti concept store (Piazza di Città di Lombardia 1), has one recipe after another for designers who will become Chefs thanks to the guidance of gastronomy masters like Pino Cuttaia, Ernst Knam, Pietro Leeman and Sergio Mei.
Life in Touch with Kitchenaid will have Michelin-star Chefs and showcooking for you on April 8th anad April 11th with Ciccio Sultano (Duomo Restaurant in Ragusa) and Enrico Cerea (Da Vittorio Restaurant, Busaporto). The locations will be Opificio 31 and Via Tortona 31.
Mumac Bee, the three-wheeled mini van you’ll find at the Museum of coffee Machine, will offer cofee-break to whoever might need one. Take a chance also to visit the Exhibition Come eravamo, l’Italia degli anni ’50 e ’60 vista attraverso cinema e design.
From April 8th till the 13th, from 11 in the morning to 1 AM the Public Design Festival will have in Piazza XXV Aprile all sorts of Street Food, from Venetian cicchetti to Spanish tapas thanks to the great Chef of Innocenti Evasioni.
Through April 13, in via Bergognone angolo via Tortona (ex Ansaldo), MIGUSTO will showcase Lombardy Regional Products, workshops and shoowcooking related to the territory that you can’t miss.
In collaboration with the most important Italian food Magazines, the Food Experience Mondadori (one of most renowned Publishers in Italy) at Magna Pars (Via Tortona 15) from April 10th to 14th has showcooking, shows, Michelin stars meetings with designers.
On April 10th Michelin-star worldwide renowned Chef Carlo Cracco will be a cooking teacher in Rinascente for Sfida all’ultimo Cracco sponsored by TVS, with designers at the stove in a fancy and yet fun contest.
Design vs Food vs Opera in Via Larga 4 celebrates the Opera of Gioacchino Rossini at the Aster Cucine showroom, as not everyone knows that Rossini was also a fine gourmand. Each night a different Opera, with a common thread for all: chocolate!
At the Appartamento Lago – protagonist of Design Week since years with site specific events – Chef Rubio, the king of the Italian Street Food, will cook for the public on April 11th, at 19.30 in Via Brera 30.
Keep your eyes open, though: there will be food events everywhere!
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