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The 10 most popular pizzerias good from Milan


If we think of pizza, the city of Naples certainly comes to mind, the homeland of this delicious dish now widespread all over the world. Milan, on the other hand, is a cosmopolitan city where you can find any culinary specialty. Among Japanese restaurants, gourmet burgers, taverns, taverns and bistros, too the classic pizzerias peep out and it is possible to find traditional ones, offering the real Neapolitan pizza.

The excellent raw materials, the light and easily digestible dough, the professionalism and dexterity of the pizza makers certainly make the difference as regards the final result. If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy great pizza even in the Milanese capital, here is a guide for you.



Index

  1. Marghe
  2. Pizza AM
  3. Frijenno Magnanno
  4. Piz
  5. Maruzzella
  6. Trump
  7. Dry
  8. Yeast
  9. starita
  10. Berberé
  11. User questions and comments

1 - Marghe

Born only in February 2016, this pizzeria has already conquered the hearts and palates of the Milanese. The minimal and refined environment could discourage the more traditionalists, until it arrives the steaming pizza at the table. The colors are the right ones, the aromas and flavors too. Pizza Teo, with double yellow datterino tomatoes, is the house specialty. The dough turns out elastic and not rubbery, with its beautiful cornice that encloses the filling.

  • Address: via Cadore, 26 - via Plinio, 6
  • Specialty of the house: Pizza Teo, with double datterino
  • Average price for a pizza 10 Euros

2 - Pizza AM

It is a small but cozy place, with a slightly extravagant but all in all pleasant decor. The menu is very limited and includes only 6 varieties of pizzas, including the Marinara and the Bella Margherita. If you want to look at the ingredients, the pizza of this place has very little of Neapolitan: the extra virgin olive oil is Tuscan, the fior di latte instead comes from Bergamo (choice dictated by the desire to avoid the problems related to the conservation of the product), but try to taste the house specialty and you will change your mind.



  • Address: Corso di Porta Romana, 83
  • Specialty of the house: Bella Margherita
  • Average price for a pizza 8 Euros

3 - Frijenno Magnanno

This is a pizzeria collection and sober style, which offers a limited number of seats, so reservations are required. IS a traditional pizzeria, the owners are keen to point out this feature. The list of pizzas is divided into classic and gourmet, the latter are filled with selected ingredients, slow food and of excellent quality.

  • Address: via Benedetto Marcello, 93
  • House specialty: Frijenno Magnanno pizza, with tomato, mozzarella, aubergines in oil, sausage and parmesan
  • Average price for a pizza 7 Euros

4 - Piz

In the central area there is this pizzeria, whose owner is the same as Pizza AM. This is also a deliberately extravagant place, which wants to conform to the Milanese taste - the welcome prosecco! - but not too much. Pizza it is not strictly Neapolitan, in fact, it has a low and almost biscuit-like cornice, but it is equally delicious and good.

  • Address: via Torino, 34
  • Specialty of the house: pizza Delicata Bianca Special (with chives)
  • Average price for a pizza 8.50 Euros

5 - Maruzzella

A local you can count on a wood-burning oven for cooking pizzas dated 1978, as well as on excellent pizza makers who work hard, with care and passion. According to some, the pizza is even crunchy, thus deviating from traditional standards.



  • Address: piazza Guglielmo Oberdan, 3
  • House specialty: Margherita with buffalo mozzarella
  • Average price for a pizza 7 Euros

6 - Trump

In this list we also include a chain, so called because in addition to the two places in Milan, Briscola also boasts one in Florence. What unites the offices, at least the Milanese ones, is the pizza which is really very good. The menu is quite varied, with proposals that range between the classic ones and some more original ones, such as pizza with eddy, walnuts and pears. The dough is well worked and leavened, the cornice meets traditional standards.

  • Address: via Antonio Fogazzaro, 9 - via Piero Della Francesca, 31
  • House specialty: Briscola pizza, with cherry tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella from Campania, raw ham
  • Average price for a pizza 8 Euros

7 - Dry

Surely better known for its cocktail bar, Dry is a pizzeria much appreciated by gourmet pizza lovers and a little mistreated by traditionalists. The latter, in fact, may find it a little inconvenient to choose between classic pizzas, and then add different toppings and ingredients that raise the price.



  • Address: via Solferino, 33
  • House specialties: Focaccia stracciatella and sweet Crudo d'Osvaldo
  • Average price for a pizza 12 Euros

8 - Mother yeast

This place has dedicated a pizza to Massimo Bottura, the famous starred chef, who particularly enjoyed, after tasting it, the pizza with buffalo mozzarella cheese, Roman tanned and yellow cherry tomatoes. The Margherita, often used as a yardstick to ascertain the quality of the pizza, is very good, as well as the size and price of the rest of the proposals. The place is a bit small and the diners are a little tight, a small "price" to pay for an excellent dinner.

  • Address: largo Corsia dei Servi, 11
  • Specialty of the house: pizza Margherita with DOP buffalo mozzarella
  • Average price for a pizza 9 Euros

9 - Starita

It is the Milanese headquarters of historic pizzeria open for 115 years in the Neapolitan capital, among the best known and appreciated in the world. For these reasons it is very popular and crowded, even at lunchtime. Pizza is, of course, the real Neapolitan one, and the menu mirrors that of the first restaurant. If you don't want to waste time reading all the proposals on the pizza list, go on the safe side by ordering a Montanara, fried and then baked in the oven.

  • Address: via Giovanni Gherardini, 1
  • Specialty of the house: Montanara pizza
  • Average price for a pizza 9 Euros

10 - Berberé

A decidedly snobbish place, but you only discover it if you stop at the appearance of the environment. This is the Milanese headquarters of a chain, which boasts four other branches located in Bologna, Castelmaggiore (BO), Turin and Florence. As far as flour and tomato sauce are concerned, the five pizzerias get their supplies from a Bolognese company that deals Organic products, Alce Nero. The pizzeria menu is linked to seasonal offersin fact, particular attention is paid to vegetables. The house specialty orange oil is homemade.

  • Address: via Sebenico, 21
  • House specialty: pizza with San Daniele ham, fiordilatte, buffalo mozzarella and orange oil
  • Average price for a pizza 10 Euros
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