Milan- One of the most densely populated cities of Italy, Located in the heart of North-Western Lombardy. Milan has been a house to art and culture for centuries. With its rustic arcades and narrow lanes dimly lit under the lights from lanterns, this city holds so much antiquity and fondness from vacationers every year!
Updated: 14 November 2019
To experience its true colours one has to try the local delights found on its streets.
A cream-coloured mini-van turned into a food stall with a huge beaming LED sign on its roof reading Lu Bar. This small Italian eatery is found in the hustling Stazione Centrale – a railway station crowded with passengers all the time. Lu Bar has a beautiful outdoor setting surrounding by the vintage and modern architectural landmarks of Milan.
You can grab a quick breakfast bite here before heading out on train to discover more of this amazing city. From wake-me-up coffees to cold beers, they have an excellent selection of beverages as well as vegetarian-friendly snacks to munch on. Their Arancini – a blend of rice balls and filling that is deep-fried until a light-golden crust is formed are one of the best in the entire Milan!
After venturing into the faux-Venice of Milan called Navigli an area famous for its old buildings and complex inter-linked water canals, if you feel a little peckish find this white-wagon saying El Caminante in black bold letters and amaze yourself with their arepa. It is made of ground maize dough and filled with different veg or non-veg options. These South American sandwiches are super delicious and fantastic for light lunch.
They have the fastest and most coherent services. You will not have to wait more 5-10 minutes for your choice of food. Try their aosta arepa for mouth-bursting flavours!
Running since 2015, this distinctive blue-coloured food truck is always swarmed with hungry-customers seeking tapas-style small portions of appetizing meals. The lovely owner Valentina e Mireia M makes sure everyone feels like at home and pays attention to every detail. Las Bravas is open all day inside the astounding Sforza Castle of Milan. They offer tons of vegan-friendly bocadillo as well!
For a foodie searching for the best gelatos or desserts in Milan go-to Gusto 17 in the trendy Savona. It is a soft-serve ice-cream parlour that has the finest sweet treats handmade with love. This place is also a favourite among children. You will see so many mommies and daddy’s buying their kid’s centre-filled cookies or seasonal scoops of ice-cream or even slices of cakes. They also have tasty popsicles perfect to lay off some steam on a hot summer day and most of them are vegan!
Milan’s street food is a delight for any epicure who wants to try out new nosh at an affordable price!
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