Nassa Osteria di Mare in Via Donatello 22 in Milan is a restaurant for connoisseurs of fish and lovers of Italian cuisine. The fish served is just caught, not fish-pond preserved. It is possible to taste good crudité. We had a cordial welcome. The restaurant offers a single room with about 35 seats. The minimalist decor recalls the sea.
Chef Maurizio Di Prima loves cooking main courses, both meat and fish. He prepares bread and breadsticks. Dought raw ingredients are carefully selected.
It is possible to choose the traditional Menu à la carte or the two menus: "on board with the chef" (fish) or "The menu of the intruder" (meat). It is a gourmet experience at reasonable prices. Some examples of a menu are: Purple shrimps, cicerchie cream, calf's head and puntarelle salad.
Icing soya octopus, topinambour cream, candied vanilla tomatoes. To continue: home-made polenta, spaghetti with mullet broth, sichuan pepper and selected seaweed, home made ravioli stuffed with veal tongue, artichockes and raw canocchie. The sea selection includes black cod with stracciatella and Cetara anchovies leakage, Swordfish in crust of dried fruit, pumpkin purea and turnip greens.
Baked turbot with stewed vegetables and savoy cabbage. A wine list offers 80 national brands as well as champagne. Available a list of craft beers and dessert with Italian sweets. The dessert is delicate, a pleasure not be given up. For example: pyramid of bergamot tea and raspberry heart or Matcha green tea sponge with tangerine sorbet, chocolate and coffee jelly.
Nassa Osteria di Mare is closed on Sundays.