Enjoy the gourmet cuisine of Park Hyatt Milan's michelin-starred restaurant VUN.
Tuesday - Saturday, 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm.
Closed Sunday and Monday.
Via Silvio Pellico 3, 20121, Milan
Dress Code: Smart casual; shorts not allowed.
The Michelin-starred VUN Restaurant is the ideal place to savor the art of fine-dining immersed in an ambience of pure elegance and sophistication.
The name of the restaurant VUN in the Milanese dialect means "one", a name that express not only the close relationship that it has with the city of Milan, but also its desire to awaken feelings and emotions that are distinct in Milanese cuisine.
In 2014, in designing the revitalized space of VUN, architect Flaviano Capriotti focused on the unique gastronomic experience offered by Executive Chef Andrea Aprea. From this came the rebirth of a space in which food prevails as the central narrative; the refined furnishings, accessories, decorative elements play a significant role in accompanying the guest through their sensory experience.
Available for a more intimate experience, VUN offers a room for private events that comfortably seats 10 persons.
Available 24 hours a day
Free of charge
Euro 30.00 for 4 hours
Euro 50.00 for 24 hours
The collection of wine housed at VUN Restaurant is impressive. Our extensive caliber of wine ranges from award winning and world renowned producers to smaller wine labels that are lesser known but nevertheless excellent in quality.
We also offer our guests the option to take their unconsumed wine home. Our staff would be happy to package it for proper removal.
2013 – Michelin Star
We use locally sourced ingredients available from the market
Known as visionary in the culinary world, Andrea Aprea is the Executive Chef of VUN Restaurant at the Park Hyatt Milan. His cuisine and philosophy is expressed through three simple pillars: technique, innovation and reverence for the Italian gastronomic tradition.
"My contemporary cuisine looks to the future without forgetting its origins. Each idea stems from my curiosity and everything is a source of inspiration for me: a picture, a piece of furniture, a place, an aroma, a person."