Milan The Best Pizza in Milan
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Milan The Best Pizza in Milan

Pizza in Milan is serious business, often with a cool twist on the classic. Here you can eat it with a cocktail, choose the dough and top it with luxury ingredients... but also have it in the streets, fried or as take away. Nowadays, the Milanese pizza can satisfy a variety of palates.

It might seem strange, but pizza in Milan wasn’t always the scene it is today. It was once dominated by Egyptian pizza makers until Chinese ones moved in later and it was limited to places offering pizza by the slice or Neapolitan style. Deep pan pizza by the slice from the iconic Spontini or Cerro Ardente can still be found today, along with other pizza joints like Maruzzella, Piccola Ischia or Il Tegamino, or the extra-large thin pizzas from Big Pizza – some of these places have even expanded with more branches or have become franchises. But, the best pizzas can be found elsewhere, in newer restaurants based on a new philosophy: total quality.

Milanese pizza is trendy and exclusive

Simply making a good pizza is not enough in today’s world; everyone wants to know how the dough is made, how long is it left to leaven, the type of tomato sauce, mozzarella, olive oil, etc. Thus, the quality of all the ingredients and the craftsmanship of pizza makers has progressed immensely and brought excellent results. Whether it’s Neapolitan inspired, with a thick crust or gourmet-style, divided into slices with the condiments manically divided, each bite is a perfect bite. It’s safe to say that pizza in Milan has gotten much better and perhaps a bit more expensive: between €4 for a basic Margherita and at least double for a gourmet one. But the beauty is that for only €10 you can eat a truly delicious and haute cuisine product.

Here are the ideal locations to try, offering different styles and drink combinations (yes, even for pizza!) and one location with a view of the Duomo.

The city of fashion Milan is the capital of fashion, design and the ‘Made in Italy’ brands in the third millennium. Rinascente has pioneered the times, dictating “what’s hot” with clothing, home décor, accessories, beauty and food – all for one trendy place to be!
The design supermarket Not just fashion here: Milan is the new leading capital of interior design. Want to shop for a stylish souvenir? Head to the underground floor at Rinascente and grab a basket as you walk the aisles of the first design supermarket.