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Apr 30, 2022 | Milan

If you live in Milano as an off-site student, you will often have to deal with your budget.
What and where can you eat low cost in Milan with a low budget?

Where to eat with low budget in Milan

First of all, although Milan has a reputation for being a particularly expensive city, it is certainly not impossible to eat and to spend little money.

The best way to save money is to buy food at the supermarket or discount store and cook at home. In this way you can vary the diet and cut the costs of restaurants, bars and other external structures

If you can not have a meal at home, you can always take with you the old and dear schiscetta that you can eat where and when you want, and maybe take advantage of a beautiful sunny day to be outdoors.

What eat in Milan with 5 euro

If you have to buy something to eat when you are out, but you do not want to spend more than 5 euro, there are plenty of solutions in Milan.

In addition to fast food, rotisserie, pizzeria and street food that offer sandwiches and other choices for a few euros, everywhere in the city, you can find places that have become a point of reference among the students of the main universities of Milan.

Where do the Milanese go to eat

The Milanese love to eat almost everywhere and they love to range from traditional cuisine to the most exotic one, from classic meals to tasty snacks, showing a great versatility.

Where to go for lunch in Milan

Dining out in Milan is the right opportunity to test the variety and quality of the local proposal: bistrot, trattorias, restaurants, etnic local and fish markets with live cooking abound in all the boroughs.

We are sure that you will not take long to find culinary landmarks!

Where to go for dinner in Milan

As well as for lunch also for dinner you will have a wide choice: all restaurants are open and ready to welcome their customers.

Keep in mind that in Milan the dinner time is very variable. For example, the early dinner is spreading, thus anticipating the dinner time in an important way, on the other hand, the aperitif-dinner remains an evergreen, combining the classic aperitif with a slightly more abundant meal.

Where to eat something particular in Milan

If you are looking for a cheap restaurant in the center of Milan, where you can eat special food, you have a lot of choices and all of them are just a click away.

In Milan you are spoiled for choice: historic or modern restaurants, cat café where you can eat in the company of cats, and retrò brasseries, starred restaurants and trendy inns.

In short, a range of proposals within which you can freely choose the formulas that suit you best, respecting your budget from off-site student.

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