One of the historical restaurants on the Navigli of Milan is located on its roadside. The name “Fallata” comes from the failure of a Spanish governor when Milan was under the control of Spain… but this didn’t change the love and art for our cuisine.
The Osteria dellaConca Fallata takes inspiration from the cuisine of Puglia and it offers different specialities such as horse meat, but there are also dishes of Milan. Here the atmosphere is familiar and welcoming and the restaurant itself is divided in two rooms: in one of them (the tavern), it’s possible to eat some great sandwiches while drinking an artisanal beer or a cocktail with your friends or family.
Just think that this restaurant, during the Fifties, hosted many famous storytellers: Cochi and Renato, Enzo Jannacci or Giorgio Gaber. A restaurant that is able to combine two different arts: music and cuisine.
Osteria della Conca Fallata
Via della Chiesa Rossa 113, Milan
Open from Monday to Friday from 12:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Closed for lunch on Saturday and Sunday
how to get there:
Tram lines 3, 15
Bus lines 46, 79, 230
Tube M2 Abbiategrasso