Whether you’re looking for a neighbourhood trattoria, want to watch models pick at their salads or crave a bit of well-priced ethnic food, Milan has it all – usually within easy reach of wherever you’re staying. If you don’t fancy a sit-down meal, make the most of the Milanese custom of aperitivo to curb your hunger. To the south of the centre, the area around the Ticinese and Navigli is full of restaurants and cafés but you should choose carefully as this is a touristy area and quality is not always a priority. The districts of Brera and Moscova are also popular in the evening, as well as several bargain places around the budget hotels near the Stazione Centrale and Porta Venezia.

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