It's a small and very busy place, hence you might need to wait for a table a few minutes. However, has good prices for amazing pizza and very prompt service.
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Traditional Italian pizzeria. Delicious pizzas, very quick service and the staff was quite nice (the restaurant was always full so few time for too much niceness). The place is small so if you are a couple you'll probably end up eating near another one. The...More
The pizza at Biagio is really not an Italian pizza. It can satisfies some tourists from England or the US, but it is definitely not good by Italian standards. The "impasto" is awful, it's like plastic and the "cottura" is a joke. The taste is...More
This little restaurant has all it needs: An antipasti selection (self service) and a range of pizzas plus some cured meats paired with friendly service. We sat down for lunch at 12 and by 1pm the place was packed. Loads of locals enjoying simple, delicious...More
Tiny rustic and totally informal pizzeria with some sidewalk tables in the summer. Bring your mosquito spray though. The pizza in Milan is simply the best!