Milano! Fashion capital or food capital? How to eat like a queen on a less than royal budget.
Bar Magenta, Via Giosuè Carducci 13
One of Milan’s oldest and most famous bars with wood-paneled walls and good cocktails. The bustling establishment is very popular with the city’s students. The perfect place for ‘
Live music at Bar Magenta.
De Santis, Corso Magenta 9.
Hands down the best panini in Milan. Not the cheapest sandwich you’ll find in the city (about €7) but well worth it for their fresh, high-quality ingredients. Come for the renowned homemade olive pate, stay for the sumptuous truffle oil mushrooms. Charming staff and a
Luini Bakery, Via Santa Radegonda 16.
Join the queue for
Stop the bus! De Santis near Cadorna Station.
Spontini, various locations across the city.
Hungry from a day of sightseeing? Spontini’s got you sorted. Not typically what you’d imagine when think of Italian pizza but Italians and tourists alike adore the Milan-bred slices. And for good reason - deep dish & very cheesy, cut into square slices which are then cut into smaller bite-size squares. Irresistible. Quick and efficient service, although there are often
Milan in 1953 when Spontini opened.
Let’s talk Gelato
Stracciatella inversa at La Gelateria della Musica
Head to Grom for unforgettable salted pistachio or a hot chocolate affogato. Cioccolati Italiani is equipped with taps of melted dark, milk & white chocolate to fill the bottom of your
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