Top 10 low cost restaurants in Milan.
I have to admit I love to spot cutie places in Milan where you can eat well and cheap. Here's what you've got to try if you're looking for some delicious eats that won't wreck your budget. You should also know that I don’t like those kind of restaurants where the atmosphere feels a bit arrogant and you pay “for the air you are breathing”, as we say in Italian. However, rest assured: when I say “less than 20 euros” I mean fill up your belly without emptying your wallet. Et voilà, the top 10 low cost list: ...

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