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 Mamma Oliva: the restaurant-pizzeria where extra-virgin oil rules

Everything here comes from an olive tree: from the wooden colored furniture to the extra virgin olive oil, which flavors the courses. The restaurant is very big, with more than 150 seats: there are long wooden tables in which large groups of friends or entire families can comfortably gather, but there are also smaller ones, perfect for those lovey-dovey couples who suffer the pains of hell if a few centimeters separate them.

The dishes proposed are as simple as they are delicious. Start your meal with the Gran Piatto Mamma Oliva, which includes fresh and seasoned cheeses, plain and spicy olives and toasted bread. Try the risotto with light pesto or, alternatively, take one of their pizzas … the cooks are from Naples and in Italy and we all know that they are the best when it comes to pizza!

A final tip: on each table you will find four different types of oil … we suggest you to take four slices of bread and try them all… they are delicious!

Via Luisa Battistotti Sassi, 11, Milano, MI, Italia
€  10-35
Everyday: 12.30-14.30 19.30-00.00. Closed on Wednesday.
02 7389510
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