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Da Abele  


Risotto heaven...

Don’t be worried by the dark street and burned out car that was in front on the last visit. This is the place to come if you love risotto. This trattoria’s superb risottos change with the season, and there may be just two or three on the menu at any time. It is tempting to try them all. The setting is relaxed, the service informal, the prices strikingly reasonable. Outside the touristy center of town but quite convenient by subway (Pasteur), Da Abele is invariably packed with locals. No lunch. Closed late July to September. — Madeleine Johnson

Visa/Mastercard  
Via Temperanza, 5, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.261.3855


Gold  


Good as D&G Gold.

This is Dolce & Gabbana’s foray into total lifestyle: D&G the cuisine. On two floors, Gold has a bar, a bistro and a formal restaurant. Gold looks a bit like the set from Scorsese’s Casino: Sharon Stone might walk in any minute. Lunch in the bistro has a neighborhood feel and th owners are often there. Dinner upstairs is more flashy and at night the sidewalk pullulates with sunglasses, open necks, black suits, tie-less white shirts with big collars. The menu is not adventurous but the presentations are artful. You can also take away D&G food products — in shiny gold bags of course. — Madeleine Johnson

Major Credit Cards  
Via Poerio, 2/A (enter from Piazza Risorgimento), Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.757.7771
Open Daily


Joia Leggero  


Gazpacho scomposto.

In the Porta Ticinese area, Joia Leggero (light) is the lower-priced, more-informal outlet of chef Pietro Leemann, the man behind Joia (see above). On the picturesque piazza in front of St. Eustorgio, there are few tables outside for warm days. Don’t be misled, many of the dishes are far from leggero in the caloric sense — especially the rich and satisfying desserts. You won’t find sprouts and loosely-disguised dietary fiber here. Try the well-priced set meals (vegetarian lunch is €11 or €14 with fish). — Madeleine Johnson

Major Credit Cards  
Corso di Porta Ticinese, 106., Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.8940.4134
http://www.joia.it
Open Daily


Pizza Ok  


86 toppings to choose from.

Pizza is almost the only item on the menu at this popular spot which has added locations since it opened near Corso Buenos Aires in the Porta Venezia area. The pizza (86 toppings to chose from) is extra thin and very good. Take out or eat in. Two other locations in addition the one listed below: Via San Siro 9; tel. 02.4801.7132 and Via Cenisio, 19; tel 02.3361.4582. — Madeleine Johnson

Cash Only  
Via Lambro, 15, Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.2940.1272
Open Daily


Pizzeria Spontini  


Steer clear on crowded Sundays.

Avoid this Milan institution on Sunday evenings when lines of patient customers returning from the weekend fuori porte wait patiently for some "slices" (they are more like slabs) to take home. The thick pizza with its fluffy crust and flavor of wood smoke is worth it. You can sit down inside, which is not a bad idea if you have ordered the only other thing on the menu; lasagna. But close your eyes if you object to bright lights and Formica. Conveniently located just off main shopping street Corso Buenos Aires. — Madeleine Johnson

Cash Only  
Corso Buenos Aires, 6 (entrance on Via Spontini around the corner), Milan, IT-MI Map
Tel. 02.204.7444
Open Daily



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