Appointment in the kitchen | Living Courier

A few meters from the entrance of the historic restaurant inaugurated in 2007, it finally opens Langosteria Cuisine, a place that takes the hospitality formula proposed by Enrico Buonocore.

“Langosteria Cucina will be an opportunity for the Group to continue its continuous evolution, having the opportunity to experiment with new products and techniques, while remaining faithful to the gastronomic philosophy that has allowed many people to become attached to our brand”, explains the volcanic patron.

The experience in the kitchen will have its characterizing element in sharing, with traditional Langosteria dishes that will alternate with continuous novelties. Each table can choose 8 courses from the restaurant menu, signed by Historic Chef of the Group: Denis Pedron in collaboration with the Corporate Executive Chef Domenico Soranno.

Photo Paola Pansini

For Buonocore, hospitality is everything: «I try to make my guests feel good, to make them feel at home for real. I like the idea of ​​having them in a place where they can relax and let their defenses down. Kind of like when you invite a friend to dinner. With Cucina, I said to myself, I want to exaggerate. In my intent, this is a ‘living room of other times’, where the canons of classic catering no longer exist. I want to give my guest the feeling of coming to dinner with me, ”he says.

For the interior, which is always well-kept in its premises, he turned to Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimorestudio: «The lay-out was the first thing we worked on: one chef table in front of the kitchen, a living room in the window for eight people, cozy and intimate tables and a slightly ‘cheeky’ bar counter, right in the middle of the room “explains Enrico.

«We imagined the place as a private house, to be furnished with the mix of styles that we would have seen well in one of our apartments. So green light to the contamination between Japanese rigor, the bon ton exoticism of Gabriella Crespi and the 70s of the Italian project “, echoes Emiliano.

The result is one sophisticated and welcoming space with beige thatched rooms and soft, warm lighting to create the right atmosphere. Give her wall lamp by Ignazio Gardella to the spectacular glass and brass chandelier overlooking the bar, unearthed by a Neapolitan antique dealer.

«The opposite of ‘mono-style’, in short», underlines the duo, experimenter by vocation exactly like the patron Buonocore, who open the doors of his new gourmet lounge every evening from 7 to 12 pm. And in the cellar, 1700 labels to make sure you make the right choice.

dove: Langosteria Cucina, via Savona 10, Milan, tel. 02 80025810


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