Of the many Armani restaurants we tried around the world––from Tokyo to Dubai––that this is certainly the most complete and rigorous as far as ingredients go as well as in cleanliness of flavours. This is a one-way trip to Italy. Merito for this goes to Massimo Mori and the good hands of Sicilian chef Massimo Tringali. Ingredients employed are nothing short of excellent, from the gamberi rossi di Mazara, Piedmontese hazelnuts, to the small artichoke Presidia, bottarga, and the charcuterie. A cuisine based on great purity, each dish has a different oil pairing, such as the spaghetti with tomato or ravioli with a burrata filling: luxurious and simple at the same time. The wine list mimics the same rigor, with a lot of research into niche wines from indigenous grapes. Minimal and elegant restaurant, located on the top floor of the cafe, boasting super professional service. At the meal’s end, leave room for Antonino Di Stefano’s fantastic desserts. The ricotta is to die for!