Nice discovery this bistro located on Corso Magenta, not far from Cadorna station. Open since the morning but not for dinner, it is the right place to have a relaxing snack. The menu includes a selection of green, black, roibos and herbal teas, with a decent variety of cakes and biscuits. For our "tea time" we chose a delicious pu erh, a fermented tea from the province of Yunnan, accompanied by a delicious soft cake with pears and cocoa, soft and fragrant. For those wishing to stop for lunch there is a menu that offers few dishes but well thought out, while in the morning cappuccinos, coffee and fresh croissants are available.
The style is that of an early XNUMXth century Parisian bistro, with a wooden and metal counter and a leather sofa that runs along the opposite wall with small tables in front; the dishes are vintage and the lighting is soft. The place settings increase thanks to a small wooden mezzanine and the delightful dehor on the back which can be used in good weather.
Service: Courteous and dry in manners.
Bistro 96, Corso Magenta, 96 Cadorna - Milan. Telephone 339/8504584
Review taken from “Il Saporario - Milan"Of The Black Sheep Publisher.