IL Salumaio di Montenapoleone 

It is with no surprise that “House of Gucci”, a film discussing the story of Gucci, would be starring in the fashionable heart of Italy, Milan.
The film producers certainly would not miss one of Milan’s most cherished dining spots, Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone, a historical restaurant open since 1957.

Il Salumaio De Montenapoleone


The Salumaio di Montenapoleone is located inside the majestic Bagatti Valsecchi Palace, a historical house museum in the Montenapoleone district of downtown Milan. The building’s facade was designed by the two brothers Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi, who were inspired by the noble houses of the 16th century Lombardy.

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Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone restaurant in Milan welcomes customers in an attractive and sophisticated ambiance that is felt throughout the building’s internal rooms. The restaurant’s attractiveness and elegance are due to architect Patrizia Quartero’s brilliant skills, who has succeeded in merging the building’s style with a highly refined interior.
The large and charming main room allows the clients to contemplate the amazing courtyards through the huge glass window while the indoor restaurant guarantees intimacy and privacy to its guests. The kitchen has been designed and made to allow clients to observe the chef and others creating true masterpieces of culinary art. On sunny days it is also possible to sit at the outdoor tables, surrounded by the evocative Renaissance setting of the outdoor area.
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The Salumaio di Montenapoleone, opened in 1957 in Via Montenapoleone by the Travaini family, has become a real historical place passing from father to son for three generations. Quality and experience are the key values and concepts of Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone, which has been serving Milan’s clients with grace,
courtesy and respect for Italian culinary traditions for over 50 years.
The restaurant is now housed in the historic Bagatti Valsecchi building, one of the most prestigious in the city, just a stone’s throw from the original venue.

“Tell me what you eat: I’ll tell you who you are.” Brillat-Savarin

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