BA Asian Mood

Chinese tradition, Italian delicacy

After a few days of “carbo therapy”  with pizza, pasta, panini and other ruthless “abdo killer”, you might wish to “purify” yourself with a fusion culinary experience. BA Asian Mood truly represents the evolution of oriental cuisine in Milan, the real revolution to discover the modern Chinese culinary trend which is matching well with Italian delicacy. Enjoy the choices of Asian delight starters such as dim sum selections, steamed wonton, and some spring rolls which is very “mouthwatering” for you (and your furry friend). Not only attractively presented, the main courses will satisfy you with the right fusion and taste, rice noodles with pork and onions, salt and pepper prawn, or Kung Pao Chicken … so yummy!!! There are also some vegetarian dishes for those (like us)  who don’t eat meat, such as Cantonese Tofu or Sichuan Eggplant.

As a “culmination point” of the night, you would go crazy for their desserts (strictly Italian style) … they are so irresistible! The waiter will come to your table with a big glass box of “tempting” sweets and explain each of them in a very persuasive and enthusiastic way … you will not say “no”. Make sure you keep your 4-legged friend “under control” to avoid him “attack” the table with the melted chocolate cake that you just order. Better to be safe than sorry!

Delicious food, nice presentation, excellent service, creativity and innovation, cool interior (you will be impressed by the giant red chandelier), relaxing  atmosphere and “pet friendly” attitude … for a real 6-legged dinner DOGether .. we cannot ask any better …  Give it a go !

Address: Via Raffaello Sanzio 22, ang. Via Ravizza – map
Phone: (+39) 02 469 3206: (+39) 340 689 1623
M1 Wagner or De Angeli (red line); Tram 14 (Piazza Piemonte):
Tue-Sun: 12.00pm-2.45pm; 7.30pm-11.45pm
Just abandon yourself to the “charming” menu … and get the chance of discovering a different “way” to eat chinese.
Parco Sempione (for a nice 6 legged stroll)


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