Restaurant VUN

Restaurant Reservation

DATES close 
Hours

Tuesday - Saturday from from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

Address

Via Silvio Pellico 3, 20121, Milan

Reservations

Email: restaurantvun.milan@hyatt.com

Attire

Dress Code: Smart casual; shorts not allowed.

The Michelin Starred Restaurant VUN is a pleasant venue where diners enjoy an interesting and sophisticated gastronomic experience in refined and elegant surroundings. Our restaurant is located in the centre of Milan, overlooking Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and a few steps from Alla Scala Theatre, Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga.

The name of Restaurant VUN, which in Milanese dialect means “one”, has been chosen to express not only the close relationship with the city but also the ambition to arouse feelings and emotions to excel in the competitive world of gastronomy in Milan.

Valet Service
Available 24 hours a day
Free of charge

Parking
Euro 30.00 for 4 hours
Euro 50.00 for 24 hours

Hours
Restaurant Vun is open Tuesday - Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Sunday and Monday closed.

Wines
The wine list at the Restaurant VUN can be enjoyed by connoisseurs for its variety; alongside the prestigious names of well-known producers are wines from small-time producers that are widely recognised at a local level for the excellence of their products. If you order a bottle of wine but do not finish it, our staff will be glad to re-cork it so that you can take it home with you.


To visit the Restaurant VUN website, please click here.

Highlights:

2013 – Michelin Star

We use locally sourced ingredients available from the market

Chef

Andrea Aprea is the executive chef of Restaurant VUN at Park Hyatt Milano. His cuisine expresses itself through three simple basis: technique, innovation and respect for the Italian gastronomic tradition.

The choice of ingredients is essential for Chef Aprea. The restaurant’s suppliers are mostly Italian and all are subject to rigorous selection procedures.

"My contemporary cuisine looks to the future, but never forgets its origins."


Via Tommaso Grossi 1, Milan, Italy, 20121