Affordable and Great Eats in Milan
Collected by Erica Firpo , AFAR Local Expert
Osterias, street food, panini, caffès... Sometimes you don't need to spend a lot to eat well.
Via Mozart, 14, 20122 Milano MI, Italy
On the grounds of the lovely Villa Necchi Campiglio, a feat of 1930s architecture, is the villa's indoor garden caffè. Luminous and light in color, Villa Necchi's caffetteria is a perfect morning getaway and lovely lunch spot.
Viale Vittorio Veneto, 30, 20124 Milano MI, Italy
At "The Lair of the Wolf" you can eat and sing like an authentic old Italian living in the Alps. When you walk into La Tana del Lupo, you quite literally feel as if you are entering into an old cabin high in the Italian mountains. The doors are...
Via Spadari, 9, 20135 Milano MI, Italy
Via Lecco, 1, 20124 Milano MI, Italy
Da Ilia was recommended as an old-school Milanese restaurant. Sure enough, the place doesn't look like it's changed in 40 years. Classic dishes like veal saltimbocca and carciofi round out the dinner menu. Come here for simple food prepared in an...
Via Durini, 26, 20122 Milano MI, Italy
For quick and affordable eats, the best thing you can do is grab a panino or tramezzino. Durini has several shops across the city with options for all kinds of eaters—vegetarians and prosciutto-lovers, and aficionados of panini, tramezzini, and...
Strada Statale Sempione, 28, 20017 Rho MI, Italy
Milan's Salone del Mobile—or Salone, as it is fondly known—is a nearly weeklong design fair held at the Milan fairgrounds and celebrated across the city in satellite events. Designers of all kinds (textiles, furniture, products) and from different...
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