Karakorum – Mongolian restaurant in Milan
Two dear friends of us from Zurich are in town for Salone del Mobile – and yesterday evening we had dinner out all together. We went to Karakorum, a Mongolian & Japanese restaurant in via Tadino 4, just round the corner of Porta Venezia tube station on the red line.
It’s a place that I definitely suggest cause the food is good and the bill is more than affordable – and is not so easy to find these two things combined together. I used to go there at lunch time – they have an all-you-can-eat menu for just 11 euros! – but in the evening it’s even better. They have several Japanese from-starter-to-dessert menus for around 21-22 euros, but you can also choose à la carte. I had a yaki udon with shrimps and vegetables that was the end of the world! My bf ate Mongolian spaghetti with shrimps and chicken and that was delicious too. I really adore Asian cuisine!
This is the map to reach the place – pay attention, at dinner time it’s always very crowdy – especially on Friday and Saturday of course – and you may have to wait for a while