Stylish Twist on Classic Italian - The Art of Plating

Located in one of the most beautiful and chic hotels in Milan, SETA is quickly becoming one of the most-talked about restaurants since its recent opening last year. Headed by acclaimed chef Antonio Guida from Puglia in South Italy, this Italian restaurant already won its first and well-deserved Michelin star, within just months of opening.

Raised in Puglia in South Italy, chef Antonio Guida has worked in various Michelin starred kitchens - most recently the Executive Chef of Il Pellicano, who earned two stars during his stay. Chef Antonio has now brought both his experience and expertise to Milan, heading the kitchen at Seta. The chef offers traditional recipes with his very own contemporary twist on classic Italian dishes.

One example is his eye-catching risotto - the most colorful and beautiful risotto we've ever seen. Served with seasonal vegetables, vegetable purée, semi-cooked maccagno cheese, and raspberry powder, each bite offers a different experience and flavor as you take each scoop.

By chef Antonio Guida of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

Roasted cauliflower, almond milk, yuzu juice, and seafood by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

Risotto with seasonal vegetables, vegetable purée, semi-cooked maccagno cheese, and raspberry powder by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

Pumpkin, chocolate, pink grapefruit sauce, and marron glacé by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

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Courtyard at Seta of Mandarin Oriental Milan

Petit fours by chef Antonio Guida of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

Interior of Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © The Art Of Plating

Table setting at Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

Courtyard at Seta of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

Courtyard at Seta of Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

Entrance to Seta in Mandarin Oriental, Milan. © Mandarin Oriental

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