Pizzeria Di Gennaro was a recommendation by the travel buoctopusesddy's Italian friend, who interestingly had described himself as quite a foodie too. The pizzas here turned out quite alright and definitely worth a try if you're clueless on where or what to eat whilst around Milan's busy shopping district. Straight from the wood-fired oven, the sides are crisp and lightly burnt, just the way I like it to be, with a slightly fluffier middle.
My Pizza Frutti di Mare (surprise, surprise) was delicious, though I spent a considerable amount of time observing the baby octopus perched on my pizza. No, it wasn't moving or dancing around, but what I thought was a baby squid turned out to be a baby octopus after all once the travel buddy pointed out its eight legs. It just stuck out, calling for some attention.
A close-up of the baby octopus before it got eaten up. Chewy.
€10 frutti di mare pizza
€9 regina mozza pizza (ham and mushroom pizza, not reviewed)
Via S. Radegonda, 14,
Pictures taken with the Canon Ixus 80 IS.