Obikà Mozzarella Bar Milan

Obikà is an interesting place for a quick lunch or an aperitif with wide choice of appetizers.
There are two in Milan, we went to the one located in the famous and very central district of Brera, well known for its art galleries, antique dealers, cafés and restaurants (the other one is at the department store La Rinascente). Obikà in Brera is a modern and stylish place with a minimalist design.
The speciality is their choice of mozzarella, the original “bufala” from Campania region.
They present a list of dishes for lunch or dinner with the possibility to consume them at a table or sitting at the counter. Most of the dishes are prepared in front of you.
In the evening it’s interesting for the “aperitivo”: by paying 8 euro, you choose a wine by the glass or a cocktail from their wine list and included in that price you have also a wide choice of appetizers and finger food, like focaccia, salads, bruschetta, ham, vegetables, different kinds of mozzarella (very nice the smoked mozzarella). It’s a large table with plenty of plates and you can take as much as you want.
Young and international public and friendly and efficient service.


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