Claudio Sadler

Though his last name betrays either Trentino or Friuli ancestry, Claudio Sadler hails from Milano, and happens to be a leading figure in the history of Milanese fine food. His first restaurant was located in Ripa di Porta Ticinese, along the Naviglio Grande. While he’s moved around over the years, Sadler’s favorite neighborhoods have always been close to Milano’s famed Navigli canals. Along the Naviglio Pavese, beside his modern trattoria Chic’n’Quick, you’ll find Sadler, a restaurant synonymous with fine Italian dining. Sadler himself defines his cuisine as “regional and in constant evolution”, and he remains as dedicated as ever to renewal through his work. He has a penchant for fish, including medium-size species, which he presents raw, marinated, in risottos and soups, and baked. Considering his wealth of experience, it’s worth selecting one of Sadler’s hefty tasting menus, which will give you a good – and detailed – idea of his style. Several options featuring his most iconic dishes are available. There’s also a special vegetarian menu. Sadler’s world, however, stretches beyond his restaurant to include a series of services, such as catering, consulting, publishing, delivery, cooking classes, and organization of events for small and large groups


Via Ascanio Sforza, 77
20141 Milan
+39 02 58104451

Number of seats 40 | |

Closed Sunday. Weekdays open only for dinner
Holidays From 1 to 7 January. Two weeks in August
Credit cards All except for Diners