Italy, of course, is famous around the world for its cooking. If you're coming to Milan you'll want to make the most of what the city has on offer!
La Rinascente - Piazza del Duomo, 3
Zerodue - Corso di Porta Ticinese, 6
The Spontini chain of pizzerias is one of the best-loved in Milan, and is regarding as having some of the best pizza in the city. They have four restaurants in Milan, the first of which was opened in Corso Buenos Aires in the 50s. A warning, the pizzerias are always very popular, and you may have to wait a while for a table at peak times, but it's always worth it. The pizza served is simple, a slice of traditional Neapolitan margherita, thick and soft, and very delicious.
The imaginatively named restaurant (it translates lierally as 'dirty cow' and is an Italian exclamation) is a must for carnivors. The Milan restaurant specialises in meat, using high-quality ingredients from Italy and abroad. There's also a selection of pasta and a wide selection of wines. The restaurant is housed in a converted printing house in the Corso Buenos Aires area of the city.