Those who are familiar with Porta Romana’s Pizza AM, often elected as the top pizzeria in Milan, have also learned to love Piz, its little brother in the very heart of the city.
You may have the impression that Piz is a rather crowded restaurant, and you’re right: the very friendly staff work as a well-oiled machine, but this may be the only way in which Piz is a rebelòt, Milanese dialect for a real mess. In fact, it is Piz’s choice to only offer three kinds of Neapolitan-style pizza, that is a Margherita, a Marinara and a Bianca (without tomato): according to Pasquale Pometto’s philosophy, in fact, it is imperative that the ingredients and the preparation are top quality, so no exotic toppings and waste.
Piz is a very colorful pizzeria and the perfect spot to take a break in Milan’s city centre. Even if this restaurant is always packed, you will love your waiting time as you’ll be served prosecco and a taste of stuffed pizza while your table is ready – for free. Don’t expect an idle and relaxing lunch, but instead a cheerful pizzeria that is just a tad rowdy (the staff often sings or drums with the kitchenware).
Trust me, at Piz you’ll be in for a real treat. You’ll need to be quick, true, but you’ll be doubly glad if you order the tasty tiramisù while ending with the delicious almond shots or meloncello – the latter, again, for free.