Eating out in Milano is history and culture, but also street food. Indeed on our list of historical locations, we also have a very central street food venue, take-away cuisine at its best!
Small, but not too small, satisfying, delicious and always oven-warm with just the right amount of crunchiness, the scrumptious panzerotti have delighted both adults and children since 1949.
The famous Panzerotti Luini was the brainchild of Giuseppina Luini. As a family of migrants from Puglia, the Luini family turned this bakery into a sacred temple of fast food where, over generations, Milanese and tourists have happily queued up for most succulent panzerotti in the city.
Worth a mention: the Luini family have proudly celebrated an impressive 70 years of trading (1949-2019) and the anniversary of the prestigious Ambrogino d’oro award!
Where: Via Santa Radegonda 16