Basara Milano - Corso Italia

Restaurant and Patisserie


After the success of Basara in Via Tortona, we have opened a new restaurant in Corso Italia.

The new Basara incorporates many of the features that led to the success of the first restaurant: the combination of Japanese restaurant and patisserie, a space that changes from daytime to evening, and of course, the dishes that have delighted the palates of all our customers during the years.

At lunchtime, dishes designed for those with limited time but desire to eat well with our usual quality. After sushi happy hour, the restaurant opens for dinner: our Japanese cuisine, with a touch of creativity and originality that Hiro has created for our guests. We have also enhanced take-away and delivery services: from today, ordering our dishes and tasting them at home is even easier!


Hirohiko Shimitzu

The owners are two very different people, united by the enthusiasm and the can-do attitude. Danilo, logistics professional, and Hiro, Japanese chef with an enviable curriculum, full of collaborations with the best restaurants in Milan. Andrea Langhi, architect, in recent years has designed some of the most famous bars and restaurants in Milan, from the 'G Lounge' to the 'Deseo', from 'Tocqueville' to 'Luminal'. For the realisation of Basara, the first transformable restaurant in Milan, the architect was inspired by Danilo's ideas, interpreting his requests and immediately entering in harmony... a solid foundation for a good friends and colleagues relationship. 

Basara Milano - Corso Italia, Milan

Corso Italia, 6 - 20122 Milano 

+39 0272020141

Monday-Friday 12pm-3pm and 6:30pm-12:30am

Saturday-Sunday 6:30pm-12:30am