Claudio Sadler's "modern trattoria" continues to be a guarantee, despite some defaillance found in the last visit. For lunch, it offers a convenient formula divided into two types: the single dish with a final dessert and the proposal of the day which includes a taste of first and second courses plus dessert. We opted for the latter, tasting a decent spelled salad with steamed prawns, where the crustaceans were beautiful firm and fleshy, while the cereal was at the limit of cooking and monopolized by the cucumber that was part of the vegetables that share it; best breaded and fried anchovies, only lightly greased and served with a vegetable brunoise. In closing, a good mojito semifreddo with pineapple carpaccio, a fresh and light dessert ideal for closing the meal.
Applause for the oil served on request at the table (by an excellent Sicilian manufacturer) accompanied by a bread basket consisting of focaccia, taralli (slightly fragrant), bread and breadsticks. The list of wines by the glass is shown behind the menu of the day and includes several options to serve the correct top-ups.
Chic'n Quick: environment
The long and narrow room is furnished in a simple and functional way, with the tables on both sides set with American placemats.
Service: Courteous and helpful, albeit a bit slow with a full club.
Rating: 4 / 5
Chic'n Quick, Via Ascanio Sforza, 77 - Milan. Telephone 02/89503222