Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Milan

Pavè
A bakery, bistro and chic aperitivo spot rolled into one, Pavè in Milan is all things to all diners – with some truly moreish pastries thrown in for good measure.
Cova
Milan's most celebrated pasticerria. Expensive but delicious, it's confitteria does a delectable selection of sweets to go - perfect for presents!
Sant Ambroeus
An old fashioned pasticcerie specialising in intricately decorated cakes. Sant Ambroeus maintains canopied outside seating areas all year round.
Luini
Extremely popular for it's delicious panzerotti (pizza dough pockets with various sweet and savoury fillings). A great place to go for a take out snack!
Chocolat
Chocoholic Marina opened this tiny café because she believes that chocolate brings happiness. Having tried her chocolate brownies and hot chocolate we're not arguing with her...
California Bakery
The place in Milan to get a big home cooked breakfast, American style!
San Carlo
Steps away Santa Maria delle Grazia home to Da Vinci's Last Supper pop into San Carlo for a sugar fix before taking on the attractions of nearby Parco Sempione...
Princi
This Armani-designed bakery offers up the smartest snacks in town. Open 24 hours it's perfect for a quick lunch during the day time but comes into its own at night when pretty young things come to carry on their flirtations over a post-clubbing slice
Pane & Caffè
If you're in Isola or visiting the Cimitero Monumentale head a little further north to this buzzing modern cafe for breakfast lunch or aperitivo...

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