DA OTTO MILAN
Da Otto is a cafe run by three friends who dare to open a cool spot in Sarpi, the Chinatown of Milan. Not in the center, but a 20-minute walk (although it’s only a five minute walk away from 10 Corso Como) will get you there. First you walk through a street with Chinese fashion- and jewelry stores when you see Da Otto in a side street. The terrace with colorful blue chairs immediately caught your eye. Within 5 minutes after the opening at 9.30am the place is already packed. There are people ordering their coffee and croissant on the long bar, there are people sitting there with friends and you have some people opening up their laptops to get some work done in this inspiring environment. Da Otto is open from morning to late at night. You can go there for breakfast, lunch, dinner or an aperitivo. I love the atmosphere with vintage furniture and a lot of plants. You will love it too!
Check out: www.sarpiotto.com
This trip was sponsored by easyJet. They fly to Milan Linate and Malpensa six times a week from 24,71 euro one way per person. The flight time from Amsterdam to Milan is approximately 2 hours. For more information check out: www.easyjet.com