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This is one of those places you are happy to go to when you are in need of a bit of peace and quiet, probably because it is reminiscent of inns from the past. Every evening there is live music to listen to as you sip the Italian wines.
Still dishing up some of the city's best traditional fare after years in the business, Di Gennaro's is quite simply the daddy of all pizzerias. Pizza classics take shape as they have always done in the old-fashioned tiled oven, and Di Gennaro's does not stop there - they also feature a number of other gastronomic delights with gnocchi alla romana starring as the house specialty. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, and the house is always packed.
Luini Panzerotti has been a Milan tradition for over three decades. Established in the year 1888, this pastry shop has revolutionized the classic panzerotti, a popular delicacy of southern and central Italy. Nearly half a century ago, the savory pastry was alien to the regional audience of Italy. Luini not just made it popular, but also won the heart of locals with its economically-priced offerings. Found on Via Santa Radegonda, it welcomes gourmands to devour crunchy panzerottis stuffed with appetizing fillings of milk cream, nutella, vegetables and succulent ham.
Italian cuisine can never taste better at any place than it does at Trattoria Milanese. The chef makes sure that each dish has the authentic Italian taste intact to it. No wonder, this old restaurant still a favorite with many patrons and is one of the most recommended places in Milan. The quick and prompt staff makes sure that you have a memorable dining experience and the great service will compel you to visit this place again. The clean and fuss-free decor creates a calm and relaxed ambiance.