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4 Via Victor Hugo, Milan, Italy

Coming from the kitchen of Italy’s first restaurant to win three Michelin stars, chef Carlo Cracco teamed with gourmet food seller Peck to launch a new restaurant two blocks from the duomo that serves innovated Milanese dishes like egg yolk spaghetti, risotto with black sesame and apple, and ink squid soup. The interior design is far simpler, with small round tables, and white table cloths arranged along the bare slatted cherrywood walls. Named the 22nd best in the world by Restaurant magazine in 2009, Cracco-Peck ironically remains more popular with foreign visitors than natives.

Restaurant
Cracco-Peck

Coming from the kitchen of Italy’s first restaurant to win three Michelin stars, chef Carlo Cracco teamed with gourmet food seller Peck to launch a new restaurant two blocks from the duomo that serves innovated Milanese dishes like egg yolk spaghetti, risotto with black sesame and apple, and ink squid soup. The interior design is far simpler, with small round tables, and white table cloths arranged along the bare slatted cherrywood walls. Named the 22nd best in the world by Restaurant magazine in 2009, Cracco-Peck ironically remains more popular with foreign visitors than natives.