Albufera / Milano

Via Lecco,15 Milano 20124
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 12:30 - 15:00
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 19:30 - 00:00

Il Ristorante Albufera offre una cucina moderna, ma pur sempre legata alla tradizione fatta di prodotti genuini e di prima qualità. Le tapas proposte ne sono l’esempio; utilizziamo prodotti stagionali sempre freschi, inoltre abbiamo selezionato fornitori di fiducia che ci inviano direttamente dalla Spagna la maggior parte dei nostri prodotti, tra cui vini, formaggi e jamon di prima qualità.

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Tips from the Net @ Albufera
Varun Jagger en
Excellent place. Very nice food which is delicious and well done. The staff are nice and pleasant to talk to. The place is authentic too (approved by a Spanish friend who dislikes all other places in Milan). Do try their fall-off-bone-tender pork. Yet to try their appetizing looking Paella. GooglePlace - July 2017
francesca berti en
Nice interiors and nice food, good Spanish wines! GooglePlace - June 2017
Federico Bragonzi it
Il mio ristorante di tapas preferito. Ammetto, non ho mai provato la loro paella, ma le tapas sono talmente buone che preferisco abbuffarmi di quelle. Prenotazione obbligatoria, hanno pochi tavoli e spesso si deve prenotare con alcuni giorni di anticipo, soprattutto nel week end. GooglePlace - April 2017
Consuelo Angioni en
Great place for Spanish food, nice atmosphere and clean. The menu was full with options. Portions could be bigger, considering the prices (it's quite expensive). All in all, a good experience. GooglePlace - November 2016
Jarrod Brown en
If Spain exported some of its traditional cuisine to the center of Milan, it’s done so in the form of the Albufera restaurant. Real Spanish food in the heart of Milan, Albufera offers a range of Spanish dishes with a modern take on the cultural favorites. According to their menu, the tapas plates are derived from only the freshest, in-season ingredients, and many of their suppliers ship directly from Spain, so there’s nothing more authentic. I opted for many different tapas dishes, each one unique in flavor and delicious. The Ceviche de Dorada was a perfectly blend of tart and sweet, with a lime and pomegranate marinade, served with red onions and red peppers, and avocado to balance out the dish. The Patanegra de Bellota was deliciously seasoned and mouth-watering, the blood sausage in the Morcilla y Pistacho was uniquely breaded with pistachio pudding, giving the dish a nutty flavor and a wonderful texture, and the blueberry jam really took the dish up a notch by adding a layer of sweetness. The Pulpo a la Gallega, was perfectly steamed octopus, served with potatoes and seasoned with smoked sweet paprika that gave the dish some woodsy notes. Wonderful! There’s nothing more comforting than a sweet Spanish churro at the conclusion of a delicious meal, so we opted for the Bombas de Churros al Dulce de Leche, perfectly crispy fritters served with a rich and sweet caramel sauce. Overall, the entire experience at Albufera was excellent, and I’d recommend this restaurant a thousand times over. The service was attentive, and really sought to make my experience the best it could be. And the restaurant design is inviting, traditional of the Spanish idea to share and converse over great food. Visit Albufera, and you won’t be disappointed. GooglePlace - November 2016