There are two good reasons to consider La Coccinella one of the best pizzerias in Milan. One: the pizza chef is from Caserta and – excuse the gastronomic parochialism – the difference is there and you feel it: the soft dough which is not too thin, the crunchy crust and the first quality ingredients which arrive punctually “from south”. Two: prices are low and, in a city where I’ve seen pizzas for 20 euros, throw them away. The third reason is the homemade mascarpone cup: to applaud. But didn’t I say two?
Translated by @silaskin