Gong is the perfect place if you want an elegant Chinese cuisine spot in the centre of Milan. Everything starts with the best quality ingredients from China and the world, cooked with creativity, following Chinese and Asian traditions with a contemporary twist. Opened in 2015, Gong is the new restaurant of the Liu family, owner of Iyo, the first Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant in Italy, working alongside the chef Keisuke Koga, and the sommelier Mototsugu Hayashi.
The modern Chinese restaurant was designed and curated in every single detail by the architects’ Nisi Magnoni and Davide Galletta. Wide rooms and high ceilings that look upon Corso Concordia, a few steps away from the beautiful Villa Necchi. The name comes from the big gong that decorates the room, that in China are used to accompany the orchestras during the official ceremony and celebrations. At night, they light up and catch everyone’s attention once you step inside the restaurant.
And for the menu, you can start off with a trio of Fine de Claire oysters served with tosazu jelly, ponzu sauce, minced red onion and datterino tomatoes, following mixed steamed dumplings with saffron, cuttlefish ink, vegetables, beets and shrimp. Then there is an amazing Tartare of Mazara del Vallo red shrimp with mango sauce and the black cod. Everything can be accompanied by a selection of wines curated by sommelier Hayashi.
Gong Oriental Attidude
Corso Concordia, 8, 20129 Milano MI
Tuesday: 19:30/ 23:15
Wednesday – Sunday: 12:30 / 14:30 19:30 / 23:15