在米兰,10家最便宜的餐馆、咖啡馆和酒吧
10 of the best cheap restaurants, cafes and bars in Milan

10 of the best cheap restaurants, cafes and bars in Milan

在米兰,10家最便宜的餐馆、咖啡馆和酒吧

不久前,米兰被认为是意大利最令人兴奋的美食城市:有着令人叹为观止的教堂以及衣着光鲜的时尚达人的家园,但鲜有创意或者正宗食物的地方。然而,特拉加丽娅·特里普(Traccessia Tripp)等餐馆的开业(2015年,现在是米兰食客的宠儿,同时也是这个国家最受追捧的地方之一)和同年主办世界粮食博览会时,人们对米兰的看法开始转变。我们挑选便宜的食物、酒吧和甜点,突出了远离众多与该市有联系的豪华餐厅和旅游陷阱的食品环境。

Pavè

pastries on a table at pave, milan

帕夫勒2012年由三个朋友创立,标志着米兰最近相对迅猛增长的咖啡厅和餐馆,这些餐厅的原料质量高于一切——由年轻企业家推出。这家咖啡馆离著名的中央车站只有一段短暂的路程,里面有很棒的咖啡和点心,是典型的米兰式早餐的理想场所,有浓郁的杏酱和一杯卡布奇诺。家庭烘焙的佛卡夏(focaccia)比萨、带有学位和火箭的可口的羊角面包以及充满水果味的脆皮馅饼,都值得绕道而行。最初的咖啡馆(Pavè明胶和花岗岩,Via Cesare Battisti21)以冰淇淋为中心的分支,同样受到当地人的喜爱,并对优质原料也有同样的承诺。

•通过Felice Casati27,paveemlano.com

Pescotto

pescetto, milan

直到不久以前,米兰最好的海鲜往往只能以高档价格供应。现在,从Porta Garibaldi步行五分钟,在朴素的Pescatto也能找到。很多选项使得鱼可以反目成色;你的工作是选择你想要什么,如何烹调。我推荐用大蒜和辣薄荷炒虾蟹(7.90/100g)、烤烤小蟹肉(3.40/100g)和大味生鱼(4.50/100克)。喝冰镇葡萄酒以及配自制土豆片或混合绿色蔬菜是2.5欧元,是围餐一顿的好方法。

•Via Alleondro Volta9,脸书

Macleroria Popolare(又名Mangiaridi Strada)

macelleria popolare, milan

城市条例意味着,米兰街头食品选择寥寥无几,但Porta Ticsinee室内梅卡至Comunale的流行肉贩Macbellia Popolare是一个值得欢迎的例外。这个由屠夫朱塞佩·禅(Giuseppe Zen)经营的摊子只卖烤肉和炖肉(6欧元)。试试多汁的羊肠或是用灯做的炖肉,这种托斯卡纳的美味来自牛的第四胃。由于害怕意大利的cucara povera(穷人的食物)的传统正在消失,禅宗致力于保存那些专注于简单制作高质量配料的菜肴。禅宗还经营一家面包房,为帕尼尼提供面包,他与一家个体干酪店合作,生产米兰最好的奶制品。

•Piazza Venquartro Maggio4,脸书

Vinoir和Vinello

vinoir, milan

米兰经历了一场自然葡萄酒革命,维诺和维略是致力于有机天然发酵葡萄酒的最好的酒吧之一。米兰首款天然葡萄酒维诺尔(Vinoir)坐落在繁忙的纳维利地区(Navi)郊区,远离市中心的旅游餐厅。这里非常适合晚餐和饮料。不妨品尝一下手工制作的新鲜食材,比如扇贝(Bamba tagtielle),搭配一个Orange葡萄酒(起酒5欧元,起10欧元)。维略位于甘巴拉居民区以西,也是俗不可耐的餐馆和喧闹的酒吧人群带来的喘息机会。食物供应更简单,可分摊的价格在10欧元以下,而广场上的户外座位是阳光灿烂的天堂。两份葡萄酒清单(每杯5欧元)都是精心安排的,以突显意大利及其他地方的小生产者。

•维诺尔:Via Lombardini1,vinoir.com.Vinello:Piazzale Veronica Gambara4,vinellamino.it.

Gelarte Paganelli

gelateria paganelli, milan, italy.

这家家族经营的冰淇淋于1930年开业。味觉的选择在经典(开心果和黑巧克力是神圣的)和新发明之间,如无花果和提拉米苏(从3欧元到圆锥)之间取得了平衡。甚至像四川胡椒冰糕这种完全奇怪的味道也很美味,花岗岩和酒瓶也是如此。位于瓦雷瓦雷斯纳街区的一条安静的街道旁,提供了一个探索城市某处的机会,否则你可能错过了。如果困在多莫附近,带着爱发牢骚的孩子或一位“流浪汉”的旅行伙伴,那就去Ciaco吧。这个冰淇淋原产自帕尔马中,提供鱼胶的两倍于便宜,一半是当地人的价格。

•Via Adda3,在Facebook上

Pizza AM

pizza am, milan

可能不在那不勒斯,但米兰仍然为木烧披萨提供很多选择。比萨斜送式比萨最好也最有趣.排队是有保证的,但幸运的是,免费的葡萄酒、啤酒以及热情的帕尼尼——由绝代莫罗人在门口服务——成为等待的一部分。一到里面,气氛和装饰都很活跃,你可以观看在敞开的厨房里伸展着面团的披萨。它的任何披萨都不能错,但拿皮莱和凤尾鱼或是配上帕尔马干酪和大蒜的番茄尤其好。

*Corso di Porta Romana83,脸书

Fratelli Tornelli

fratelli torcinelli, milan

从披萨店的两个街区就是“弗拉特利·托塞内利”(Fraterlli Tornelli).这个18席的午餐和晚餐会上的食物偏向于意大利南部美食——这尤其影响到普利亚(Puglia),让用餐者选择一种帕尼诺(panino)或盛有肉和传统蔬菜的盘子(从7欧元起)。菜单的主料是猪肉椰肉——用炒青菜和蛋黄酱做成的淡脆的小面包——以及羊肝锅与蛋黄酱和烤洋蓟配成对的羊肝。每天旋转特色菜,如香酥面包格菱控股和柠檬,都是美味佳肴.

*Corso di Porta Vigenena38,脸书

Il Bruato Anatologo

il brutto anatroccolo, milan.

如果不去意大利城市吃一顿饭,那么去意大利任何一个城市都是不错的选择。菜单上的菜单,是用手工写的和可笑的很贵,每天都变化.对米兰干酪(小牛肉)的及时递解加上藏红花烩饭(9)、牛肉排(7)和发拉米苏(3),使其成为品尝伦巴第地区美食的理想场所。它位于拥挤的纳维利区和城市中心西南的朱塞佩·梅达的店面,这意味着游客很少。

*通过《托里切利法案》3,+39028322222,无网站

Cantine Isola

a crowded cantine isola, milan

米兰是以最纯粹的方式施行非食言的传统,而坎蒂内伊索拉则是与米兰民众合作的理想场所,这些人下班后到城市的酒吧喝酒、社交和开胃自助餐。酒从玻璃开始,从5欧元起,友好的酒吧员工会把所有包装好的瓶子打开,可以追溯到1896年,哪怕只是一滴水。去街上品尝你的饮料前,请自己品尝自助餐.面包被浇在芳香的橄榄油、奶酪大盘子、新鲜蔬菜和面包屑里堆成熟肉或西红柿,这比普通的面包传播更具吸引力。

•通过Paolo Sarpi30,斜塞利奥.com

Raviolia Sarpi

ravioleria sarpi, milan

马路对面是悬臂式异拌米兰体验.Ravioli是指任何饺子或填充面团,Raviolia Sarpi,连同它的两个店面,供应美味的中国饺子。Raviolia成立于2015年,由米兰博科尼大学(Bocconi University)经济学研究生周吉立(Agie Zhou)创立。周吉与隔壁意大利肉商合作,从皮埃蒙特的朗赫地区(Langhe Area)的生物动力农场获取肉类。没有位子,所以到街上吃或者把你的包子塞满多汁的姜猪肉和牛肉,或者配上咸豆腐、菠菜、胡萝卜和洋葱的淡汤团(3欧元,4欧元)放回到盘子里。意大利饺子店、肉铺和酒吧之间的合伙关系,使米兰成为一个特殊的角落。

•通过Paolo Sarpi27,在Facebook上

Not long ago, Milan was considered to be Italy’s least exciting food city: home to a breathtaking cathedral and well-heeled fashionistas but with little to offer in the way of creative or authentic food. However, the opening of restaurants such as Trattoria Trippa (in 2015, and now the darling of Milanese diners and one of the most sought-after reservations in the country) and in hosting the World Food Expo in the same year, perceptions of Milan started to shift. Our pick of cheap eats, bars and desserts highlights a food scene away from the ritzy restaurants and tourist traps many associate with the city.

Pavè

Opened by three friends in 2012, Pavè epitomises Milan’s relatively recent surge in cafes and restaurants that rank quality of ingredients above all else – and have been launched by young entrepreneurs. The cafe is a short walk from the famous central station and, with great coffee and pastries, is the ideal spot to have a typical Milanese breakfast of a brioche with tangy apricot jam and a cappuccino. The lunch and evening menus of house-baked focaccia pizza, savoury croissants stuffed with mortadella and rocket, and flaky tarts overflowing with fruit, are also worthy of a detour. The gelato-centred offshoot of the original cafe (Pavè Gelati and Granite, Via Cesare Battisti 21) is just as beloved by locals and shares the same commitment to quality ingredients.
Via Felice Casati 27, pavemilano.com

Pescetto

Until recently, Milan’s best seafood was often only available at high prices in upmarket establishments. It can now also be found at the distinctly unpretentious Pescetto, a five-minute walk from Porta Garibaldi. Abundant options make the fish counter a spectacle; your job is to choose what you want and how you want it cooked. I recommend the shrimp scampi sautéed with garlic and spicy pepperoncini (€7.90/100g), octopus grilled alla piastra (€3.40/100g), and the popular fish tartares (from €4.50/100g). Glasses of chilled wine and side dishes of homemade potato chips or mixed-greens are €2.50 – and are a great way to round out your meal.
Via Allesandro Volta 9, on Facebook

Macelleria Popolare (also known as Mangiari di Strada)

City regulations mean there are few street-food options in Milan but Macelleria Popolare, the popular butchers in Porta Ticinese’s indoor Mercato Comunale, is a welcome exception. Little more than a meat counter at first glance, this stall run by master butcher Giuseppe Zen serves grilled meats and braised offal (from €6). Try the juicy sheep sausage or the lampredotto stew, a Tuscan delicacy made from a cow’s fourth stomach. Fearing that the traditions of Italy’s cucina povera (food of the poor) are disappearing, Zen is committed to preserving dishes that focus on the simple preparation of high-quality ingredients. Zen also runs a bakery that supplies the bread for his meat panini, and his partnership with an artisanal casearia – at a nearby cheese stall – produces some of Milan’s best dairy products.
Piazza Ventiquattro Maggio 4, on Facebook

Vinoir and Vinello

Milan has undergone a natural wine revolution and Vinoir and Vinello are among its best bars devoted to organic, naturally-fermented wines. Vinoir, Milan’s first natural wine enoteca, is on the outskirts of the busy Navigli district, far from the touristy restaurants of the centre, and is a great place for dinner and drinks Try one of the handmade fresh pastas, like the scallop tagliatelle, paired with an orange wine (starters from €5, mains from €10). Vinello, further west in the Gambara neighbourhood, is also a respite from tacky restaurants and rowdy-bar crowds. Food offerings are simpler, with shareable spreads for under €10, and the outdoor seating in the piazza is paradise on a sunny day. Both wine lists (from €5 a glass) are curated to highlight small-scale producers from Italy and beyond.
Vinoir: Via Lombardini 1, vinoir.com. Vinello: Piazzale Veronica Gambara 4, vinelloamilano.it

Gelateria Paganelli

This family-run gelateria opened in 1930. The selection of flavours strikes the balance between classics (the pistachio and dark chocolate are divine) and newer creations, such as fig and tiramisu (cones from €3). Even the downright-strange flavours, like Szechuan-pepper sorbet, are delicious, as are the granite and wine sorbets. Its location, down a quiet side street in the Varesina neighbourhood, provides a chance to explore a part of the city you may otherwise miss. If stuck in the vicinity of the Duomo with whining children or a “hangry” travel mate, make your way to Ciacco. This gelateria, originally from Parma, offers gelati twice as good and half the price of others in the area.
Via Adda 3, on Facebook

Pizza AM

It may not be Naples but Milan still offers plenty of choice for wood-fired pizza. One of the best – and most fun – pizzerias is Pizza AM. Queues are guaranteed but, fortunately, free helpings of wine, beer, and warm panini – served at the door by the inimitable Mauro – make waiting part of the experience. Once inside, the atmosphere and decor are lively and you can watch the pizzaioli stretching the dough in the open kitchen. You can’t go wrong with any of its pizzas but the Napulitana with capers and anchovies or the Marinara with parmesan and garlic are especially good.
Corso di Porta Romana 83, on Facebook

Fratelli Torcinelli

Two blocks from Pizza AM is Fratelli Torcinelli. The food at this 18-seat lunch and dinner joint skews southern Italian cuisine – with particular influence from Puglia – and gives diners a choice of a panino or plate loaded with meat and heritage vegetables (from €7). Menu mainstays are the bombette of pork coppa – on a light, flaky bun with sautéed greens and aioli – and the lamb liver torcinelli paired with mayo and roasted artichokes. Rotating daily specials, such as tender sweetbreads with foraged greens and lemon, are always a treat.
Corso di Porta Vigentina 38, on Facebook

Il Brutto Anatroccolo

No visit to an Italian city is complete without a meal at a classic trattoria and Il Brutto Anatroccolo (the ugly duckling) is perhaps Milan’s best old-school dining experience. The menu, written by hand and ridiculously cheap, changes every day. Timeless renditions of ossobuco alla Milanese (veal shanks) with saffron risotto (€9), veal cutlet (€7), and tiramisu (€3), make this the ideal place to sample Lombardy’s regional cuisine. Its location among the graffitied storefronts of Via Giuseppe Meda, south-west of the crowded Navigli district and city centre, means there are few tourists.
Via Torricelli 3, +39 02 832 2222, no website

Cantine Isola

Milan is where the tradition of aperitivo is practised in its purest form and Cantine Isola is the ideal place to join the Milanese masses who descend on the city’s bars after work for drinks, socialising, and appetizer buffets. Wine by the glass starts at €5, and the friendly bar staff will open any bottle in their impressive stock, dating back to 1896, for even a single pour. Before heading outside to savour your drink on the street, help yourself to the buffet. With bread doused in fragrant olive oil, cheese platters, fresh vegetables and bruschette heaped with cured meats or tomatoes, it’s far more appealing than the standard aperitivo spread.
Via Paolo Sarpi 30, cantineisola.com

Ravioleria Sarpi

Across the street from Cantine Isola is a different but no less Milanese experience. Ravioli refers to any dumpling or stuffed dough and Ravioleria Sarpi, with its twin storefronts, serves great Chinese dumplings. Opened in 2015, the Ravioleria is the brainchild of Agie Zhou, an economics graduate of Milan’s Bocconi University, who partnered with the Italian butcher next door to source meat from biodynamic farms in Piedmont’s Langhe region. There is no seating, so eat on the street or take your baozi (€2) stuffed with juicy ginger-pork and beef or the light dumplings (4 for €3) filled with savoury tofu, spinach, carrot, and onion back to the Cantine. The partnership between the ravioleria, butcher shop and bar makes this a special corner of Milan.
Via Paolo Sarpi 27, on Facebook

Not long ago, Milan was considered to be Italy’s least exciting food city: home to a breathtaking cathedral and well-heeled fashionistas but with little to offer in the way of creative or authentic food. However, the opening of restaurants such as Trattoria Trippa (in 2015, and now the darling of Milanese diners and one of the most sought-after reservations in the country) and in hosting the World Food Expo in the same year, perceptions of Milan started to shift. Our pick of cheap eats, bars and desserts highlights a food scene away from the ritzy restaurants and tourist traps many associate with the city.

不久前,米兰被认为是意大利最令人兴奋的美食城市:有着令人叹为观止的教堂以及衣着光鲜的时尚达人的家园,但鲜有创意或者正宗食物的地方。然而,特拉加丽娅·特里普(Traccessia Tripp)等餐馆的开业(2015年,现在是米兰食客的宠儿,同时也是这个国家最受追捧的地方之一)和同年主办世界粮食博览会时,人们对米兰的看法开始转变。我们挑选便宜的食物、酒吧和甜点,突出了远离众多与该市有联系的豪华餐厅和旅游陷阱的食品环境。

Pavè

Pavè

pastries on a table at pave, milan

Opened by three friends in 2012, Pavè epitomises Milan’s relatively recent surge in cafes and restaurants that rank quality of ingredients above all else – and have been launched by young entrepreneurs. The cafe is a short walk from the famous central station and, with great coffee and pastries, is the ideal spot to have a typical Milanese breakfast of a brioche with tangy apricot jam and a cappuccino. The lunch and evening menus of house-baked focaccia pizza, savoury croissants stuffed with mortadella and rocket, and flaky tarts overflowing with fruit, are also worthy of a detour. The gelato-centred offshoot of the original cafe (Pavè Gelati and Granite, Via Cesare Battisti 21) is just as beloved by locals and shares the same commitment to quality ingredients.

帕夫勒2012年由三个朋友创立,标志着米兰最近相对迅猛增长的咖啡厅和餐馆,这些餐厅的原料质量高于一切——由年轻企业家推出。这家咖啡馆离著名的中央车站只有一段短暂的路程,里面有很棒的咖啡和点心,是典型的米兰式早餐的理想场所,有浓郁的杏酱和一杯卡布奇诺。家庭烘焙的佛卡夏(focaccia)比萨、带有学位和火箭的可口的羊角面包以及充满水果味的脆皮馅饼,都值得绕道而行。最初的咖啡馆(Pavè明胶和花岗岩,Via Cesare Battisti21)以冰淇淋为中心的分支,同样受到当地人的喜爱,并对优质原料也有同样的承诺。

• Via Felice Casati 27, pavemilano.com

•通过Felice Casati27,paveemlano.com

Pescetto

Pescotto

pescetto, milan

Until recently, Milan’s best seafood was often only available at high prices in upmarket establishments. It can now also be found at the distinctly unpretentious Pescetto, a five-minute walk from Porta Garibaldi. Abundant options make the fish counter a spectacle; your job is to choose what you want and how you want it cooked. I recommend the shrimp scampi sautéed with garlic and spicy pepperoncini (€7.90/100g), octopus grilled alla piastra (€3.40/100g), and the popular fish tartares (from €4.50/100g). Glasses of chilled wine and side dishes of homemade potato chips or mixed-greens are €2.50 – and are a great way to round out your meal.

直到不久以前,米兰最好的海鲜往往只能以高档价格供应。现在,从Porta Garibaldi步行五分钟,在朴素的Pescatto也能找到。很多选项使得鱼可以反目成色;你的工作是选择你想要什么,如何烹调。我推荐用大蒜和辣薄荷炒虾蟹(7.90/100g)、烤烤小蟹肉(3.40/100g)和大味生鱼(4.50/100克)。喝冰镇葡萄酒以及配自制土豆片或混合绿色蔬菜是2.5欧元,是围餐一顿的好方法。

• Via Allesandro Volta 9, on Facebook

•Via Alleondro Volta9,脸书

Macelleria Popolare (also known as Mangiari di Strada)

Macleroria Popolare(又名Mangiaridi Strada)

macelleria popolare, milan

City regulations mean there are few street-food options in Milan but Macelleria Popolare, the popular butchers in Porta Ticinese’s indoor Mercato Comunale, is a welcome exception. Little more than a meat counter at first glance, this stall run by master butcher Giuseppe Zen serves grilled meats and braised offal (from €6). Try the juicy sheep sausage or the lampredotto stew, a Tuscan delicacy made from a cow’s fourth stomach. Fearing that the traditions of Italy’s cucina povera (food of the poor) are disappearing, Zen is committed to preserving dishes that focus on the simple preparation of high-quality ingredients. Zen also runs a bakery that supplies the bread for his meat panini, and his partnership with an artisanal casearia – at a nearby cheese stall – produces some of Milan’s best dairy products.

城市条例意味着,米兰街头食品选择寥寥无几,但Porta Ticsinee室内梅卡至Comunale的流行肉贩Macbellia Popolare是一个值得欢迎的例外。这个由屠夫朱塞佩·禅(Giuseppe Zen)经营的摊子只卖烤肉和炖肉(6欧元)。试试多汁的羊肠或是用灯做的炖肉,这种托斯卡纳的美味来自牛的第四胃。由于害怕意大利的cucara povera(穷人的食物)的传统正在消失,禅宗致力于保存那些专注于简单制作高质量配料的菜肴。禅宗还经营一家面包房,为帕尼尼提供面包,他与一家个体干酪店合作,生产米兰最好的奶制品。

• Piazza Ventiquattro Maggio 4, on Facebook

•Piazza Venquartro Maggio4,脸书

Vinoir and Vinello

Vinoir和Vinello

vinoir, milan

Milan has undergone a natural wine revolution and Vinoir and Vinello are among its best bars devoted to organic, naturally-fermented wines. Vinoir, Milan’s first natural wine enoteca, is on the outskirts of the busy Navigli district, far from the touristy restaurants of the centre, and is a great place for dinner and drinks Try one of the handmade fresh pastas, like the scallop tagliatelle, paired with an orange wine (starters from €5, mains from €10). Vinello, further west in the Gambara neighbourhood, is also a respite from tacky restaurants and rowdy-bar crowds. Food offerings are simpler, with shareable spreads for under €10, and the outdoor seating in the piazza is paradise on a sunny day. Both wine lists (from €5 a glass) are curated to highlight small-scale producers from Italy and beyond.

米兰经历了一场自然葡萄酒革命,维诺和维略是致力于有机天然发酵葡萄酒的最好的酒吧之一。米兰首款天然葡萄酒维诺尔(Vinoir)坐落在繁忙的纳维利地区(Navi)郊区,远离市中心的旅游餐厅。这里非常适合晚餐和饮料。不妨品尝一下手工制作的新鲜食材,比如扇贝(Bamba tagtielle),搭配一个Orange葡萄酒(起酒5欧元,起10欧元)。维略位于甘巴拉居民区以西,也是俗不可耐的餐馆和喧闹的酒吧人群带来的喘息机会。食物供应更简单,可分摊的价格在10欧元以下,而广场上的户外座位是阳光灿烂的天堂。两份葡萄酒清单(每杯5欧元)都是精心安排的,以突显意大利及其他地方的小生产者。

• Vinoir: Via Lombardini 1, vinoir.com. Vinello: Piazzale Veronica Gambara 4, vinelloamilano.it

•维诺尔:Via Lombardini1,vinoir.com.Vinello:Piazzale Veronica Gambara4,vinellamino.it.

Gelateria Paganelli

Gelarte Paganelli

gelateria paganelli, milan, italy.

This family-run gelateria opened in 1930. The selection of flavours strikes the balance between classics (the pistachio and dark chocolate are divine) and newer creations, such as fig and tiramisu (cones from €3). Even the downright-strange flavours, like Szechuan-pepper sorbet, are delicious, as are the granite and wine sorbets. Its location, down a quiet side street in the Varesina neighbourhood, provides a chance to explore a part of the city you may otherwise miss. If stuck in the vicinity of the Duomo with whining children or a “hangry” travel mate, make your way to Ciacco. This gelateria, originally from Parma, offers gelati twice as good and half the price of others in the area.

这家家族经营的冰淇淋于1930年开业。味觉的选择在经典(开心果和黑巧克力是神圣的)和新发明之间,如无花果和提拉米苏(从3欧元到圆锥)之间取得了平衡。甚至像四川胡椒冰糕这种完全奇怪的味道也很美味,花岗岩和酒瓶也是如此。位于瓦雷瓦雷斯纳街区的一条安静的街道旁,提供了一个探索城市某处的机会,否则你可能错过了。如果困在多莫附近,带着爱发牢骚的孩子或一位“流浪汉”的旅行伙伴,那就去Ciaco吧。这个冰淇淋原产自帕尔马中,提供鱼胶的两倍于便宜,一半是当地人的价格。

• Via Adda 3, on Facebook

•Via Adda3,在Facebook上

Pizza AM

Pizza AM

pizza am, milan

It may not be Naples but Milan still offers plenty of choice for wood-fired pizza. One of the best – and most fun – pizzerias is Pizza AM. Queues are guaranteed but, fortunately, free helpings of wine, beer, and warm panini – served at the door by the inimitable Mauro – make waiting part of the experience. Once inside, the atmosphere and decor are lively and you can watch the pizzaioli stretching the dough in the open kitchen. You can’t go wrong with any of its pizzas but the Napulitana with capers and anchovies or the Marinara with parmesan and garlic are especially good.

可能不在那不勒斯,但米兰仍然为木烧披萨提供很多选择。比萨斜送式比萨最好也最有趣.排队是有保证的,但幸运的是,免费的葡萄酒、啤酒以及热情的帕尼尼——由绝代莫罗人在门口服务——成为等待的一部分。一到里面,气氛和装饰都很活跃,你可以观看在敞开的厨房里伸展着面团的披萨。它的任何披萨都不能错,但拿皮莱和凤尾鱼或是配上帕尔马干酪和大蒜的番茄尤其好。

• Corso di Porta Romana 83, on Facebook

*Corso di Porta Romana83,脸书

Fratelli Torcinelli

Fratelli Tornelli

fratelli torcinelli, milan

Two blocks from Pizza AM is Fratelli Torcinelli. The food at this 18-seat lunch and dinner joint skews southern Italian cuisine – with particular influence from Puglia – and gives diners a choice of a panino or plate loaded with meat and heritage vegetables (from €7). Menu mainstays are the bombette of pork coppa – on a light, flaky bun with sautéed greens and aioli – and the lamb liver torcinelli paired with mayo and roasted artichokes. Rotating daily specials, such as tender sweetbreads with foraged greens and lemon, are always a treat.

从披萨店的两个街区就是“弗拉特利·托塞内利”(Fraterlli Tornelli).这个18席的午餐和晚餐会上的食物偏向于意大利南部美食——这尤其影响到普利亚(Puglia),让用餐者选择一种帕尼诺(panino)或盛有肉和传统蔬菜的盘子(从7欧元起)。菜单的主料是猪肉椰肉——用炒青菜和蛋黄酱做成的淡脆的小面包——以及羊肝锅与蛋黄酱和烤洋蓟配成对的羊肝。每天旋转特色菜,如香酥面包格菱控股和柠檬,都是美味佳肴.

• Corso di Porta Vigentina 38, on Facebook

*Corso di Porta Vigenena38,脸书

Il Brutto Anatroccolo

Il Bruato Anatologo

il brutto anatroccolo, milan.

No visit to an Italian city is complete without a meal at a classic trattoria and Il Brutto Anatroccolo (the ugly duckling) is perhaps Milan’s best old-school dining experience. The menu, written by hand and ridiculously cheap, changes every day. Timeless renditions of ossobuco alla Milanese (veal shanks) with saffron risotto (€9), veal cutlet (€7), and tiramisu (€3), make this the ideal place to sample Lombardy’s regional cuisine. Its location among the graffitied storefronts of Via Giuseppe Meda, south-west of the crowded Navigli district and city centre, means there are few tourists.

如果不去意大利城市吃一顿饭,那么去意大利任何一个城市都是不错的选择。菜单上的菜单,是用手工写的和可笑的很贵,每天都变化.对米兰干酪(小牛肉)的及时递解加上藏红花烩饭(9)、牛肉排(7)和发拉米苏(3),使其成为品尝伦巴第地区美食的理想场所。它位于拥挤的纳维利区和城市中心西南的朱塞佩·梅达的店面,这意味着游客很少。

• Via Torricelli 3, +39 02 832 2222, no website

*通过《托里切利法案》3,+39028322222,无网站

Cantine Isola

Cantine Isola

a crowded cantine isola, milan

Milan is where the tradition of aperitivo is practised in its purest form and Cantine Isola is the ideal place to join the Milanese masses who descend on the city’s bars after work for drinks, socialising, and appetizer buffets. Wine by the glass starts at €5, and the friendly bar staff will open any bottle in their impressive stock, dating back to 1896, for even a single pour. Before heading outside to savour your drink on the street, help yourself to the buffet. With bread doused in fragrant olive oil, cheese platters, fresh vegetables and bruschette heaped with cured meats or tomatoes, it’s far more appealing than the standard aperitivo spread.

米兰是以最纯粹的方式施行非食言的传统,而坎蒂内伊索拉则是与米兰民众合作的理想场所,这些人下班后到城市的酒吧喝酒、社交和开胃自助餐。酒从玻璃开始,从5欧元起,友好的酒吧员工会把所有包装好的瓶子打开,可以追溯到1896年,哪怕只是一滴水。去街上品尝你的饮料前,请自己品尝自助餐.面包被浇在芳香的橄榄油、奶酪大盘子、新鲜蔬菜和面包屑里堆成熟肉或西红柿,这比普通的面包传播更具吸引力。

• Via Paolo Sarpi 30, cantineisola.com

•通过Paolo Sarpi30,斜塞利奥.com

Ravioleria Sarpi

Raviolia Sarpi

ravioleria sarpi, milan

Across the street from Cantine Isola is a different but no less Milanese experience. Ravioli refers to any dumpling or stuffed dough and Ravioleria Sarpi, with its twin storefronts, serves great Chinese dumplings. Opened in 2015, the Ravioleria is the brainchild of Agie Zhou, an economics graduate of Milan’s Bocconi University, who partnered with the Italian butcher next door to source meat from biodynamic farms in Piedmont’s Langhe region. There is no seating, so eat on the street or take your baozi (€2) stuffed with juicy ginger-pork and beef or the light dumplings (4 for €3) filled with savoury tofu, spinach, carrot, and onion back to the Cantine. The partnership between the ravioleria, butcher shop and bar makes this a special corner of Milan.

马路对面是悬臂式异拌米兰体验.Ravioli是指任何饺子或填充面团,Raviolia Sarpi,连同它的两个店面,供应美味的中国饺子。Raviolia成立于2015年,由米兰博科尼大学(Bocconi University)经济学研究生周吉立(Agie Zhou)创立。周吉与隔壁意大利肉商合作,从皮埃蒙特的朗赫地区(Langhe Area)的生物动力农场获取肉类。没有位子,所以到街上吃或者把你的包子塞满多汁的姜猪肉和牛肉,或者配上咸豆腐、菠菜、胡萝卜和洋葱的淡汤团(3欧元,4欧元)放回到盘子里。意大利饺子店、肉铺和酒吧之间的合伙关系,使米兰成为一个特殊的角落。

• Via Paolo Sarpi 27, on Facebook

•通过Paolo Sarpi27,在Facebook上