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There is a reason the locals line up down the block at this place come lunchtime: the pomodoro panzerotti. It's a perfect little pocket filled with fresh, warm, gooey mozzarella and local... Full review →
Like many Italian cities, Milan does not have a highly developed snack-on-the-run culture.
Head to Luini for Milan’s best panzerotti—a half moon-shaped pastry similar to a small calzone that’s stuffed with cheese and tomato and deep-fried. Full review →
At this stand-up counter near the Galleria, you'll have to elbow your way through a throng of well-dressed patrons to purchase the house specialty: panzerotto. Full review →
Panzerotti is Milanese for yummy at this historic purveyor of pizza-dough pastries stuffed with cheeses, spinach, tomato, pesto and prosciutto. Full review →
A city institution that’s been serving panzerotti (deep-fried mini calzone) round the corner from the Duomo for over 150 years.
And if you fancy an alternative to panini, nip behind the Rinascente department store by the Duomo to Panzerotti Luini. Full review →
A hole-in-the-wall tucked away on a side street behind the Duomo, Luini sells mostly panzerotti, a type of deep-fried calzone that's a bit lighter than that implies. Full review →