Identità Golose
all year round in the heart of Milan

Identità Golose
all year round in the heart of Milan


Gourmet appointments continue unabated at Identità Golose Milano, the international hub of gastronomy.
Which between thematic cycles and special guest chefs, week after week, offers the best of fine dining in via Romagnosi 3, in the heart of Milan.

We will welcome you with the à la carte menu signed by resident chef Edoardo Traverso and coordinator Andrea Ribaldone and with a calendar full of special guests, as in the tradition of the Hub.

Wines and Chefs of Lombardy will continue, a food and wine cycle organized in collaboration with the Lombardy Region and Ascovilo - Associazione Consorzi Tutela Vini Lombardi. The goal of this series of dinners is to promote and celebrate the wines, excellences and great chefs of the Lombardy territories.

Colazione all'italiana will also be back: a new format that brings together a classic Italian breakfast and a refined gourmet lunch, enriched by the exclusive coffee pairing with the exceptional 1895 by Lavazza blends. Protagonist of the first appointment will be Paolo Griffa, which has recently conquered a Michelin star for his new project in Aosta, where he took over the historic Caffè Nazionale.

And then again: Alessandro Negrini, Roberto Conti, the chefs of Armani Milano and Armani Dubai, the all-Neapolitan four hands with Salvatore Bianco and Cristiano Piccirillo, Antonio Scalera, the cycle I Maestri della Pizza in collaboration with Acqua Panna and S.Pellegrino...

Discover our complete calendar and book your table, we are waiting for you!

Identità Golose
all year round in the heart of Milan

Via Romagnosi 3 is a inherent part of the history of Milan: downtown, at about 200 yards from the renowned Teatro La Scala, for more than fifty years it’s been home to the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation.

These sophisticated and wide spaces were refurbished while respecting the peculiarities of the previous building: Identità Golose Milano powered by TheFork opened its doors on September 18 - 2018, the first International Culinary Hub, devised by Identità Golose, a convention that’s been talking about the great italian and international cuisine for 16 years. And it goes on doing so, even better than before, in a place that is an event location with an eclectic attitude, with a kitchen-lab, a wide hall and a fascinating outdoor space devoted to dining, and other areas for teaching and divulgation. A great showcase in the center of Milan, as well as an open window into the world.


An unmatched concept
an ambitious project

Identità Golose Milano powered by TheFork – International Culinary Hub is born with a calling: be a platform of debate that deals with entertaining, experimentation and research on quality cuisine, promoting a new project experience open to innovated languages and an international approach in consumer experience.

Identità Golose Milano powered by TheFork aims to be the ultimate everyday spot – halfway between the grandeur of historical Milan and the dynamism of the contemporary city – to talk about the evolution of great cuisine.


How does it work

At Identità Golose Milano powered by TheFork, the greatest italian and international chefs rotate on a weekly basis, and each of them devises a 4-course meal to represent her or his cooking style.

The meal, including wine, has a cost of 78€. At lunchtime, there's an interesting à la carte offer for business meetings. While being accurate and high-quality, this is an approachable offer, where everyone can be able to experiment and taste the dishes of some of the most popular and beloved chefs.


The space

Thanks to some architectural arrangements, Identità Milano powered by TheFork is the perfect location for conventions, meetings, classes, showcases, guided tastings, educational workshops, cooking shows and team building.

Identità Golose Milano powered by TheFork – International Culinary Hub
is a few feet away from via Manzoni and Teatro alla Scala. The space, in via Romagnosi 3, develops within a high-end building from the late XIX century. The new interiors, ideally a bridge between the past and the future, cover an area of more than 7,500sqft. All the rooms are characterised by a significant height and by inventive structural and ornamental elements that make this space exceptional and unique.