I'm going to Milan for the summer and disn't want to spend too much money on food, but Italy is notorious for its "extravagant" prices on food. Are rhere some nice street food places or fast food restaurants you'd recomend? Thank you.
Alla Cucina delle Langhe
In the shopping centre of town, Alla Cucina delle Langhe has gained fame as Tom Ford’s favourite place to eat. The prices are good and the food is even better.
Ristorante La Tradizionale
Another popular restaurant in the hip Canal District, La Tradizionale serves delicious pastas, pizzas and meat. The restaurant’s interior is all open and elegant spaces, and outside there’s a terrace perfect for summer nights.
You really won’t want to miss eating at Luini while you’re in Milan. Just around the corner from the Duomo, Luini has been serving panzerotti, small deep-fried calzone, for 150 years. This small bakery is popular with Milanese and tourists alike, so if you’re going at lunchtime, expect a wait.
Milan is well known for panettone, the sweet bread typically served at Christmas time. And the Pasticieria Marchesi is one of the best places in the city to try it. Even if it’s not Christmas, there are still plenty of other sweets to stop in and try alongside a cappuccino at its classic zinc bar.
This restaurant in the Canal District is known for its romantic atmosphere. And from the outside it looks like a cozy, old house on the Grand Canal. Brellin serves traditional Milanese food with a fine-dining twist. If it’s warm at night, try to sit outside on the patio under the candlelight. It’s a perfect place for dinner with your favourite person. over 4 years agoAnswered by carlsoletraveler