Guests are invited to step inside the fashion house’s cafe, featuring an interior that is quintessentially Prada. The cafe serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, small bites and aperitivo – including everything from sandwiches to buffalo mozzarella, to risotto to seafood dishes with salmon and crab. To shine a light on what guests can expect to eat when they dine at the Prada Caffè, one can find on the burrata with scapece zucchini topped with a mountain of herbs as a part of the lighter Italian mains. Indeed, pasta dishes like spaghetti with datterino tomatoes and stracciatella and basil are offered while desserts like the 72% chocolate cake and vanilla berry fruit tart can finish off the meal.

The entire space takes on a hyper-stylized 1950s soda shop aesthetic, adorned with textured walls and ceilings, velvet-upholstered sofas and armchairs, and of course, the Italian brand’s signature mint-green hue contrasting the black and white tiled floors. The design of the cafe echoes that of a historic Prada boutique store that transports visitors to Corso Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. Before walking into the cafe, guests are greeted with a large counter display of pastries and floor-to-ceiling displays of Prada-branded chocolates, candies and other treats. The counter sells pastries for eating-in and takeaway and also appear to take aesthetic notes from Prada’s own Milanese cafe, which was designed by critically-acclaimed filmmaker, Wes Anderson. The cafe truly takes guests on a journey, serving up classic negroni-based aperitifs, as well as cocktails and wines from across Italy. 

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