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    The Park Bar, Milan

    Via Tommaso Grossi 1, 20121, Milan, Italy
    The Park Bar Review
     
    4 Star Rating
    24 August 2013The Park Bar
    Tags: Milan, Italy, Cocktail Bar reviewsThe Bill: £45 per head
     

    The Park Bar at the Park Hyatt Milan hotel is a great experience. Overlooking the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the atmosphere is very special. If you need a rest after a day of culture, or a quick shopping break, this is the place to come.

    During our visit, we sat outside on their row of comfortable sofa-style chairs and sampled some beautiful cocktails and some light food.

    Their cocktail list is comprehensive, and to start, we went for the Imperial Vodka cocktail – vodka with frozen fruit - and a Passion Martini – tequila, passion fruit, lime and rose syrup. These cocktails were expertly made and very refreshing. They were the perfect aperitifs for our light lunch.

    “The Park Bar expertly produce rustic Italian food and flavours…”

    For lunch we sampled the risotto of zucchini, pumpkin flowers, prawns and mint as well as the spaghetti bolognaise. The Park Bar expertly produce rustic Italian food and flavours, and we were not disappointed with our choices.

    Alongside their cocktail menu, the Park Bar also offers and impressive wine list. We went for a bottle of the Pinot from the Ronco del Gelso region, which beautifully complimented our meal.

    After we ate, we took the time to relax and sample another cocktail. This time we had a Strawberry and Basil, which consisted of gin, fresh strawberry juice, basil and crème de fraises; as well as a Mango Mojito, which was a delicious blend of of rum, fresh lime, cane sugar, fresh mango and mint. Again, both cocktails exceeded our expectations and we left with a particular penchant for the Mango Mojito!

    We swore we would return to the Park Bar when we were next in Milan, and for that reason, it comes highly recommended by us. Although we were expecting a nice experience, we were pleasantly surprised to enjoy an excellent experience. When you’re in Milan, be sure to pop by.

     
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