Best street-food in Milan

  • Kiosko


  • Mamastreat


  • Noodles


  • Tuttifritti


  • Masubi


  • Mariù


  • Manuelina


Here is our list of the best places where to have street food in Milan. Offering top quality ingredients and a unique taste.

The Grill Bruschetteria by Eataly

Starhotels Ritz, via Lazzaro Spallanzani, 40

Offers a seasonal menu that makes the most of the finest ingredients from farmers and small food producers.

The Fried Snacks at Tutti Fritti

18, Corso di Porta Ticinese 

The most representative place where to have some deep-fried snacks in Milan is Tutti Fritti. Here everything (or almost) is deep-fried fresh for customers.

Mexican Street Food at Mamastreat

77, Corso di Porta Ticinese

Accompany some street Tacos, Burritos and Nachos with a superb Margarita's!

Kebab Street Food at Mariù

9, viale Sabotino

The Italian version of one  the most famous street food of Turkish cooking tradition. Only Italian meat for a Kebab made with selected typical Italian ingredients.  

Fried Fish at Kiosko

Piazza XXIV Maggio

A stall offering the best street food based on fish: Seafood Arancini, Fried Mixed Seafood, Soups and Fish Burgers.

Japanees Specialties at Musubi

6, via Santa Radegonda

A Paradise for those who love Japanese food and tradition located just behind La Rinascente. 

The Noodles at Noodles

33, via Vigevano

Noodles offers a mix of Italian and Asian flavors. Here you will choose the ingredients of your dish or just choose one of the exquisite recipes proposed.

The Manuelina's Focaccia of Recco 

10, via Santa Radegonda

A not-to-miss place dedicated to the cuisine of Liguria. Inside the Rinascente Annex, a true temple of Recco's Focaccia bread. 

Osaka style at Maido

15, via Savona

The specialty of the house are the Okonomiyaki, sort of pancakes/fritters made with flour, Savoy cabbage, eggs and seasoned according to personal taste. Really yummy!


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