Call us dreamers, but sometimes we like to imagine a one-stop-shop – a place where the best of breakfast, Korean delights and Mexican treats could be found in one delightful café. Milano Bakery + Café exists, and it's the stuff dreams are made of.Call us dreamers, but sometimes we like to imagine a one-stop-shop – a place where the best of breakfast, Korean delights and Mexican treats could be found in one delightful, quaint café. Sound too good to be true? We thought so too. But our prayers have at long last been answered. Milano Bakery and Café is exists, friends, and they’re offering up palatable eats from our three of our favorite cuisines like it’s nobody’s business. All of the breads here? They’re baked in house. And none of the food here is fried – it’s grilled. So that omelet we’ve been craving can be eaten without any guilt or shame, and we can cap it off with a green tea smoothie and feel like we could conquer the world afterward.
But we can’t talk about Milano Bakery without discussing the treasures of the house: their signature Bibimbap and Bulgogi burgers. We’ve tasted what happens when Korean and American cuisines combine folks, and trust us – it’s the real McCoy. The traditional tangy, marinated beef flavor of bulgogi, nestled delightfully between two halves of a fresh-baked sesame bun? Well, it’s simply heaven-sent. And the Bibimbap burger is an equitable revelation. An egg, sautéed carrots and veggies accompanied by a marinated beef patty in a bun – yes, we’ve got a ticket to paradise, and we’re not turning back.
Bibimbap Burger, $6.50
Bulgogi Burger, $6.50
Green Tea Smoothie, $3.45
Milano Sandwich, $6.50, $6.99 (combo)
Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.