The '80s glory finds new life in the 'China Town district' of Milan.
Neighbouring the historic Brera area and the magnificent Parco Sempione, Sarpi has carved its unique identity as the city's Chinatown. Sarpi's central location ensures easy access to Milan's iconic landmarks, making it a thriving hub for culture, cuisine, and community in the heart of the city. Strolling through its busy cobblestone streets lined with three-story houses, you can find a multitude of delicious Chinese street food vendors alongside refined wine bars, making it the perfect hangout spot for the busy hipster, around the time of the 'aperitivo.' One of the most cherished city traditions, during which young adults get together post-work for drinks that carry on into the night. It's definitely worthwhile to visit this part of town during Chinese New Year, when lanterns and decorative elements adorn the little one-way streets, creating a festive atmosphere that can transport you straight into Shanghai or Beijing.
If you are looking to indulge yourself, come this way. You'll not be disappointed.