$$ .:. Fabbrica
The setting is reminiscent of a factory - this is what the word means - it once would seem to have been. They make good pizzas, food and yummy desserts.
Via Bergamini 1 Università district
tel. [+39] 02 58304489 Duomo
$$ .:. Flash
Perhaps nothing to write home about, but fairly practical after a night walk - or a movie - in the city center. Better than many other pizzerias close to the Duomo.
Via Benedetto Marcello 93 Stazione Centrale district
tel. [+39] 02 29403654 Caiazzo
$$ .:. Frijenno Magnanno
The name of the place sounds something like "Fryin'n'Eatin'" in Neapolitan dialect. You can have a fried calzone or the "Frijenno Magnanno" pizza, with sausage and aubergines, but any choice is good. .:. If you'd like some wine, ask for a proper bottle: the house wines don't rate as highly as the pizzas.
Via Palermo 5 Brera district
tel. [+39] 02 877759 Moscova
$ .:. Grand'Italia
A prominent name for affordable pizza in the center of Milan. Open late.
Via Cola di Rienzo 28 Solari district
tel. [+39] 02 471203 no metro
$$ .:. Le Castellet
The owner is a F1 enthusiast and many pizzas and dishes on the menu have circuits' names (as the place itself). Excellent fish too.
Ripa Porta Ticinese 7 Navigli district
closed Wednesday lunch
tel. [+39] 02 8395133 no metro
$$ .:. Pizzeria Tradizionale
Wooden tables, pizza, but some fish also on offer.
Via Gaspare Spontini 4 Buenos Aires district
tel. [+39] 02 2047444 Loreto
$ .:. Spontini
Here pizza comes by the slice (al trancio), normal size or generous (abbondante). There's just one kind, the thick sort of dough base, with anchovies. Super-fast service. Since 1953, the best known pizzeria in town. Cash only. (Not to be confused with the near pizzeria "Spontini 6"). .:. Recent renovation works have made the place less appealing. Even the pizza seems to taste a bit worse ... .:. Two more recent Spontini branches have been opened in Viale Papiniano 43 (phone number 02 83660098) and in Via Marghera 3 (02 43514223). Both are closed on Monday.
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