Eating in the city center decently and without spending a fortune is always an arduous task. At Pino’s you never make a mistake, unless you’re looking for an intimate place. In fact it is not difficult to share the table with other customers, attracted by the humanity and irony of the managers, the speed of the waitresses and above all the excellent quality/price ratio (except coffee). In fact, what from the outside looks like a nice bar in old Milan, inside hides an Italian trattoria as it is difficult to find, with “normal” recipes, without any particular ups nor downs. Risottos, pastas, meat dishes, many vegetarian dishes and homemade desserts make the restaurant an ideal place for a convivial lunch break. At dinner, however, unfortunately, it is always closed, except on the days of the Fuorisalone.
Translated by @silaskin