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The 10 best cheap restaurants in Milan



Milan is one of the most expensive cities in Italy, this is well known. But all is not lost: for those who have to go to Milan for business or pleasure, they exist great inexpensive restaurants and outside the "mainstream" circuit. Let's find out the ranking of 10 cheapest restaurants in Milan where to eat!


Index

  1. Roast-Eat
  2. True
  3. Aangan
  4. From Giuliano
  5. Mr Panozzo
  6. All Fried
  7. Taranta Cafè - Bistrot of Salento
  8. Crota Piemunteisa
  9. King of Cups & Plates
  10. Once upon a time there was a piada
  11. User questions and comments

10 - Roast-Eat

  • Address: via Vigevano, 14
  • Contacts: 02 9163 7686, https://www.facebook.com/rosteat/
  • Type of cuisine: Abruzzo
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4 stars out of 232 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 10,00

We are in the beautiful circle of the canals, the Movida area par excellence. This Abruzzo restaurant offers few seats, but a wide choice of menus, including the classics skewers. It is open until 2 am.


9 - True

  • Address: Corso Buenos Aires 86
  • Contacts: 02 3652 6503
  • Type of cuisine: fast pizza & burger
  • Tripadvisor statistics: 4,5. stars out of 265 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 8,00

Verace is a real must for anyone in the Porta Venezia and Piazza Argentina area. The very famous pizza by the slice, but none the less I am there pizza burger, cloud and feathers. The dough is extremely soft and low in fat, for greater digestibility.



8 - Aangan

  • Address: viale Monza, 90
  • Contacts: 02 2851 02 58
  • Type of cuisine: Indian
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 3,5 stars out of 118 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 12,00

Indian cuisine in the Piazzale Loreto area that allows you to make a real trip to India. Great variety of meat, fish and vegetables at very reasonable prices. Highly recommended tandori chicken.

7 - From Giuliano

  • Address: Via Paolo Sarpi, 60
  • Contacts: 02 341630
  • Type of cuisine: pizza
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4 stars out of 506 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 10,00

Restaurant located in the Milanese Chinatown that with € 9,50 per person allows you to eat a nice slice of pizza and drink a drink comfortably seated at the table. The restaurant began its activity in 1969, and today it is one of the historic places in Milan.

6 - Mr Panozzo

  • Address: Via Enrico Noe, 8
  • Contacts: 02 2052 0907, www.facebook.com/misterpanozzo
  • Type of cuisine: pizza and sandwiches
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4,5 stars out of 835 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 9,00

excellent pizzas, calzones and "panozzi". Courteous and professional staff. Wide choice of ingredients and variants, and above all the "panozzo" is very convenient to eat for those who have a few minutes and have to eat lunch standing up.


5 - All Fried

  • Address: corso di porta Ticinese, 18
  • Contacts: 02 8905 2541, www.facebook.com/Tuttifrittimilano
  • Type of cuisine: frying
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4 stars out of 79 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 7,00

We are now in another crucial area of ​​the Milanese nightlife, that of the famous Colonne di San Lorenzo. This venue delivers fried food of all kinds: fish, vegetables, arancini, chips, mini cutlets. The prices are very low: a frying cone costs € 5,00.


4 - Taranta Cafè - Bistrot of Salento

  • Address: Via Losanna, 15
  • Contacts: 393 916 0166
  • Type of cuisine: Salento
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4,5 stars out of 443 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 14,00

The products of the Salento tradition arrive in Milan with Taranta Cafè, a place that offers pasticciotti, rustic, taralli and so on. Only i are used best products of the Lecce tradition. Taranta Cafè is located very close to Corso Sempione.



3 - Crota Piemunteisa

  • Address: Via Gian Giacomo Mora 9
  • Contacts: 02 839 5992
  • Type of cuisine: traditional
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 3,5 stars out of 121 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 15,00

Very familiar trattoria, with the handwritten menu on sticky notes. Among the dishes we find different types of soups, gnocchi, ravioli, scallops, stew, braised meat and other traditional dishes.

2 - King of Cups & Plates

  • Address: Ripa di Porta Ticinese, 51
  • Contacts: 02 8940 4713
  • Type of cuisine: Sicilian
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 3 stars out of 183 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 15,00

Sicilian cuisine arrives in Milan with this restaurant located on the Naviglio Grande. Abundant dishes and little expense. We highly recommend the pasta with sardines or anelletti alla palermitana.

1 - Once upon a time there was a piada

  • Address: Viale Coni Zugna, 37
  • Contacts: 345 900 4683
  • Type of cuisine: piadineria
  • Tripadvisor Statistics: 4,5 stars out of 1.052 Reviews
  • Average price per person: € 8,00

This is not a piadineria: it is THE piadineria par excellence! There are two of them in Milan, but the historical site is in Via Coni Zugna, near the Sant'Agostino metro. Giant squares stuffed with genuine ingredients and cut at the moment, in front of customers. Great organization and quick service, but beware: long queues can occur during the lunch break. In the restaurant there is a long table where you can eat with other diners, in a slightly ... fairytale style.

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