Finding a good, authentic Japanese restaurant which offers high quality fish is not easy, but Fukurou is definitely one of the best ones I've tried so far.
With good quality comes high prices, obviously, but they offer fix price lunch menus which are an excellent way of tasting many different things at an affordable price.
All the fixed menus come with pickled vegetables, a potato(ish) salad, miso soup, coffee and water.
I ordered "Jubaku Kaisen" with raw gamberi rossi, salmon, tuna, scallops, on a bed of steamed rice, which was served with the extras I mentioned above, and it all cost €20. I highly recommend the Jubaku Kaisen to anyone who loves gamberi rossi, it was truly excellent.
With all the new restaurants opening in Milan it is so refreshing to find one with great food and genuinely lovely people. The brand new bakery and bistrot Crosta, a five minute walk from Porta Venezia is one of them.
Whether you're looking for a freshly made croissant, a beautiful loaf of lievito madre bread or an excellent pizza with topping that vary weekly, Crosta is a must.
I highly recommend visiting it on a lunch break and trying one of their pizzas 'alla pala' - I had the one with stracciatella and prosciutto crudo. What is excellent is that the pizza dough is extremely light and easy to digest, meaning you won't be left with an 'abbiocco' and can happily get on with your day.