In the first week of May, Mila’s grand opening party on C/ Conde Altea  brought a vibrant and fun feel to the streets of the upmarket Gran Via area, with people of all ages lining up to join in on the good music, gastronomic experience and Argentinian vibes.

Mila is an Argentine restaurant located in the Ensanche district, which claims to “take your taste buds on a wild and exciting journey.” Owners of Mila, Robert Furchi and Andrea Sblano both arrived in Valencia a year and a half ago, saw a gap in the Milanese market and became focused on making the best Milanese in Valencia. From there, equipped with Argentinian chefs Germán Carrizo and Carito Lourenço, Mila started to take shape.

At the opening party, guests had the chance to try out the diverse menu, and experience the Argentine flavour of the food; bite-size Milanese and empanadas and patatas were enjoyed by all. Book a table at Mila and try out the diverse range of Milaneses available, the distinctive potatoes or the empanadas de Mila.

Adorned with Argentine flags, balloons and string lights, the restaurant was ready to welcome guests for an evening of partying! Drinks, food and conversation flowed as attendees received an insight into the atmosphere that Mila generates. For the owners, it is important that Mila creates a pleasant atmosphere and a meeting point for friends and family…so that it is not only authentically Argentine in flavour but also in energy too.

If you missed the opening party and want to join in on the fun, Mila is always the place to have a good time and try the best Milanese in Valencia! Give their instagram a follow to keep up to date with their exciting news and regular competitions.

Report by Polly Watton

Article copyright ’24/7 Valencia’ 



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