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Great for Chinese food but also has one of the best wine bars in town. Cantine Isola has an amazing selection of wines and a great old school vibe. There isn’t much seating so everybody just hangs around with a drink in their hand.
Milan’s Chinatown may not be large, but it certainly packs a punch. There are markets to peruse and restaurants to settle into, as well as street food joints and bars that lend themselves to a proper food crawl. Begin at La Ravioleria Sarpi, where you can purchase pork, beef or vegetable dumplings…
super cute and trendy district, plenty of delicious asian food + hipster coffee shops
A stone's throw from the Arco della Pace and its bustling nightlife, the city changes face as visitors enter the Chinese quarter with via Canonica, via Polo Sarpi and via Bramante as the main thoroughfares. The area developed its urban identity in the second half of the nineteenth century when a…
Via Paolo Sarpi is the heart of the chinatown in Milan. Full of colors, shops, restaurants and people from everywhere. Pedestrian way. Super in a nice, sunny day.