The restaurant is confirmed as an excellent address Priyan Wicky located at the beginning of Corso Italia, a stone's throw from the yellow line Missori metro stop. Sinhalese of origin, the chef has worked for many years in Japan where he learned the art of sushi, but his cuisine cannot be defined only as Japanese: it is a mix of gastronomic cultures, experiences made around the world, techniques and different ingredients that are expertly mixed to give an excellent result.
If in the evening the price is not for all budgets, for lunch there are several lunch menus that allow you to have a taste of his skill. Among those on paper, we opted for "Wicky's Italy and Japan" a combination that provides an excellent tataki tuna fillet with Japanese mustard and Punjab pepper, a mixture of salmon carpaccio, tuna and Japanese amberjack (with a little meat) fatter than our local one) seasoned with a sauce flavored with citrus and sesame seeds, 4 maki of salmon and avocado, a miso soup, delicate and tasty at the same time, and finally, optionally, rice sautéed with eggs and vegetables, all with a full and enveloping flavor, good to eat and beautiful to look at.
Wicky's Wicuisine: environment
Elegant and minimalist, with a first room and a large counter, a corridor with some tables and another larger room with tables and a sushi counter where you can eat and watch the chef's work simultaneously.
Service: Courteous and discreet.
Wicky's Wicuisine, Corso Italia, 6 - Milan. Telephone 02/89093781
Review taken from The Black Sheep Publisher