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“A charming place with wonderful food and warm smiles!”

Osteria Mangia e Tas
Ranked #1 of 10 Restaurants in Cisliano
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$33 - US$33
Cuisines: Italian
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 25 September 2015

The only warning I would have is to not eat for the whole day on the day you go because you need to have a huge appetite! The food is amazing, fresh , and made with local products. The wine was delicious and not expensive! The family who owns and runs this restaurant were friendly and helpful. The menu is fixed and so is the price which is a great value! The name of the restaurant literally means eat and be quiet! That means just eat what they serve!
The place is charming, rustic with a farmhouse look. They are closed on Monday . Use your gps and if it takes you through the country roads don't worry you are going in the correct direction. . Make reservations , dinner starts about 8:00.

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Reviewed 22 December 2013

This place is in a small town outside Milano. You really know how to get there and you won't be able to find it unless you are a local or have a GPS navigator (and a car).

This restaurant cooks all the meals at once for everyone inside. The restaurant waits for all the customers to arrive and starts cooking and serving a very reasonably priced fixed menu meal of the day. The funny name of this place means "eat and shut up" in the Milanese dialect, because they will bring you the food from their menu of the day without asking you what would you like. They will accommodate some special food requests like lactose free food, though, and cook something different if the recipe of the menu can't be changed. You can order wines from a nice wine list which has very honest prices.

Dinner started around 9 pm with some antipasti of sliced salami, lardo, capocollo, mortadella and some pickled peppers and onions. I then got some risotto and some grilled polenta and some sauteed mushrooms in a light gravy. There was also some polenta with cheese and sausage. Next dish was regular polenta, roasted potatoes and veal shin. Meal ended with a layered cake and whipped cream and some spiced coffee drink. That was a lot of excellent food.

We left the place late at night (almost 1 am) like everyone else did because the dinner ended at the sane time for all of us. The owners-waiters (this place IS family owned) were courteous and attentive and asked us if we needed more food when they noticed that our dishes were empty. There was a long wait between each dish like they gave you the time to enjoy conversation and start digesting while they were cooking the next one. There is a small clock next to the entrance, but you barely see it and you don't need to. We spend our evening happily and we left late without noticing that so much time had passed.

Don't miss this place.

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