Luini “panzerotto” comes from Southern Italy and it consists of a small version of “calzone”, with a fragrant fried dough and different fillings. When grandma Giuseppina came to Milan in 1949 from Apulia, she would have never imagined that her small family bakery was going to become the most famous place for a quick meal in downtown Milan. So be prepared to queue along this old alley in the shade of Duomo Cathedral, La Rinascente mall and the tiny San Fedele square.
They come filled with anything from melted mozzarella and tomato sauce, to spinach, ham, mushrooms, pesto and even chocolate. Everything is homemade and freshly baked, just as it was 60 years ago.
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