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    Bar ?: Drinks are expensive

    by chrisvandenbroucke Written Nov 9, 2004

    If you want to have a nice, quiet drink, don't go to the very expensive bars or restaurants.

    Near the Park, there's a Coca Cola stand where you can get evreything you need at affordable prices.
    Cafe Americano (the big one) was 0.80 euro and Birra Pironi (66 cl) only 2.80

    Have a drink
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    Via Casati N° 19: Simple backpackers' restaurant

    by chrisvandenbroucke Written Nov 9, 2004

    Very simple but very clean pizzeria, just far enough from the toruristic area to be affordable.
    A Pizza Diavolo or a Pizza Italia didn't cost more than 5.80 euro and half a bottle of good Italian white wine came for 4.50 euro.
    Don't forget the coperti and some taxes, so we paid something more than 20 euros for the both of us

    Catherine eating Pizza
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    Le Pietre Cavate: Great classic Tuscanian

    by ARoman Written Sep 21, 2004

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    Looking for a peaceful good dining, here you'll find a large choice of meat and fish, Tuscanian style. And great 'porcini' mushrooms, if you know what I mean. Plus, nice and gentle people helping, at the right price. Can you desire more?

    Favorite Dish: Try the 'pappardelle alla fattoressa' special tuscanian ragu' pasta and the rightly cooked filet with grilled vegetables. No regret.

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    Decanter: Rum & Chocolat!

    by ARoman Updated Sep 21, 2004

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    Italian traditional couisine, changing menu every day, will just introduce you to a great wine list. At the end, a special moment with an aged rum sip chosen by Paolo for you, and carry home a box of exotic chocolats... just since life can be made even more interesting.

    Favorite Dish: Twenty different big salads from all around the world, great argentinian steaks or a light version of tiramisu'... you don't what you'll get, since menu change every day.

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    Hana Sushi: sumptuous sushi...

    by Flamegirl Updated Sep 11, 2004

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    This is a tiny restaurant with about 8 bar seats (obviously it does take away), but it's one of the best sushi restaurants I've eaten at in Milan, and it's not too expensive either... perhaps because it's not in the centre. The staff are friendly too.

    Favorite Dish: I like the mixed sushi plate and california maki, whilst my friend often has negitori. It's good washed down with a warm saki afterwards...

    it's open 11.00-14.30, and 17.30-22.30.

    sushi restaurant, Milan

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    La Briocheria di Rajmondo: where Italians go for their croissants!

    by Flamegirl Written Sep 4, 2004

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    This is a little bakery-type shop (with nowhere to sit), which sells brioche (as they're known in the north of Italy) or cornetti (as they're called in the south) - aka croissants if you're mothertongue English. Also pizza etc. My friends from near Naples reckon it's the best place for such edible treats, and it's open till the early morning, so it's good for a 2am snack!

    Favorite Dish: Sfogliatelle di ricotta... crispy crusty shell-shaped cornetto stuffed with a form of sweet ricotta; a traditional sweet in Campania.

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    El Tropico Latino: mmmmmmexican

    by Flamegirl Written Sep 3, 2004

    The ambience isn't anything special really, although like many other places on the navigli (canals) it's possible to sit outside during the summer evenings. But I go there for the coffee! (see below...)

    Favorite Dish: I haven't eaten much here, but I thoroughly recommend the Caffè Tropico - coffee with Kahlua, Baileys, a bit of cinnamon and whipped cream (panna montata). Perhaps without the whipped cream. to die for!

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    TWINS: A PROPER TASTE OF ITALY

    by harleywilma Updated Sep 1, 2004

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    THIS RESTURANT WAS AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE HOTEL THE PRICES WERE FANTASTIC, WE STAYED THRE FOR HOURS AND HAD STARTERS MAINS AND COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF WINE AND THE BILL WAS ONLY 45 EUROS- NOT LIKE THE COMMERCIAL CENTRES 60 EURO RIP OFF- IT WAS LIKE A SCENE FROM THE SOPRANOS WATCHING FAMILIES COME IN AND THE WAITERS PUTTING PAPER BIBS ON THEM FOR THE SPAGHETTI AND SEAFISH DELIGHT THEY WERE ABOUT TO BE SERVED. ALWAYS EAT WHERE THE ITALIANS THEMSELVES EAT IT'S THE BEST

    Favorite Dish: SPAGHETTI AND SEAFOOD SPECIAL
    IT WAS IN A HUGE DISH WITH A LID OF PASTRY AND UNDERNEATH WAS A DELICIOUS SPAGHETTI AND SEAFOOD MIXTURE OF SHEAR DELIGHT

    MENU FROM RESTURANT
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    l'Angolo d'Abruzzo: Truly italian

    by ZoT Written Jul 6, 2004

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    You may have a taste of genuine italian cuisine -to be precise, cuisine from Abruzzo. Atmosphere is friendly and noisy (not for a second date), and the bill won't make you cry :-)

    Favorite Dish: don't miss arrosticini (meat skewers)

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    Pasticceria cova: Pasticceria cova

    by Bob_Shan Written Dec 3, 2013

    Among the oldest and the most reputable pastry in Milan, opened a branch in Shanghai Xintiandi.

    Favorite Dish: Nice dessert, ok services

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    Al Cantinone: Typical Milanese cuisine

    by white_smallstar Written Sep 11, 2012

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    Typical Milanese cuisine:

    • Home-made pasta

    • Risotto milanese style with saffron

    • Veal ossobuco with risotto Milanese style

    Risotto alla milanese (pic from the website) Carpaccio (this and other photos in the website)

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    Caffé Martini: Views of the Duomo & people watching

    by BLewJay Written Sep 28, 2011

    We were looking for something cool to eat, so on our way to the Duomo, we stopped by and ordered due gelati.

    LJ and gelato
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    Aperativi

    by nihandenis Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Do not miss the happy hour at Via Casale.
    I suggest to drink Spritz which is very popular in Italy. Eat as much as you can from the open buffet. You only pay 7 Euros to the coctails.

    Favorite Dish: All the buffet

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    Bar Magenta: My favorite aperitivo places

    by muratkorman Written Oct 22, 2007

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    This popular bar becomes totally crowded during aperitivo time. If you want to enjoy food and drinks with some friends, give a try to Bar Magenta.

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    Palo Alto Cafe: My favorite aperitivo places 3

    by muratkorman Written Oct 22, 2007

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    Great ambiance, nice buffet and reasonable drink prices, such a perfect combination. What else would you ask from an aperitivo?

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