If you would like to try the real piadina romagnola in Milan, there is no other place to go than C’era una volta una piada.
Every day a shipment of fresh piadine from the Romagna region arrives and they serve them filled with high quality products: prosciutto cotto and crudo (ham), squaquerone (super good fresh cheese typically from Romagna), grilled vegetables, mortadella, turkey, tomatoes. Not only the food is very nice, but also the ambience: it seems like you’re invited for a meal in some fairy tale’s grandma house.
C’era una volta una piada has a wide list of filled piadine. I strongly advise you try my favorite, called “Pippo”. Pippo is a very typical piadina Romagnola: prosciutto crudo, squaquerone and rucola… Yummy and healthy!
Last but not least, the prices are very convenient (for € 5 or € 6 it’s possible to have both piadina and a soft drink) and on Thursdays there’s the “Apepiada”: from 19:30 to 22:00 they prepare the piadina buffet, with both savory and sweet ones. The price is € 6 for the first drink, € 3 for every additional one.