Along our tour "The Greedy Milan" you will get to know some of the most characteristic patisserie specialties in Milan: - Cannoncini: typical dessert of northern Italy and especially of the area between Milan and Novara. A fragrant, puff pastry, filled with custard or zabaione. You will taste the best Milan cannoncino.. - Panettone: the symbol of Milanese bakery tradition. Known throughout Italy and the world, the classic Milanese panettone has raisins and candied fruit. - Marron Glacé: a very ancient dessert, simple, but with a great taste. The marron glacé is a carefully selected chestnut that is immersed for several days initially in water, then in a sugar syrup and, finally, glazed, to acquire an inimitable flavor. - Pasticceria pastries: well known and appreciated throughout Italy. It is the custom to bring them to the family Sunday lunch. Of various shapes, sizes and colors, pastry chefs have invented all types and it is precisely from mignon pastry that you can understand the talent and the art spirit of a great chef. - Pralines: are you chocolate lovers? You can not miss the prized Milan pralines. Handmade chocolate sweets filled with fruit or other chocolate.
Hello! We are Do Eat Better Experience, a community of locals passionate about our cities and our culinary tradition. We have created amazing food tours that will show you how and what local people enjoy eating. Typical dishes, served in different restaurants, will present you the local food culture! We want to promote dishes, specialties and traditional food through the eyes and palates of local people. Every city has its own peculiarities and we want to make sure that what makes us proud every day stands out!
Pastries, cakes, traditional desserts, cannoli, donuts...
Coffee, Tea, Infusions, Juices...
This tour is available at 3 pm and at 9.30 am, please contact us to ask if it's available:) The tour takes place through the central streets of Milan, the most beautiful in the city. Starting from the view of the Indro Montanelli gardens, we will go into the picturesque area of Brera, the artists' quarter, and end the tour at the sight of the Duomo's spiers.
Please, let me know if you suffer from any food allergies or intolerances. Wear comfortable shoes.