Antica Focacceria San Francesco / Milano

Via San Paolo, 15 Milano 20121
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:30 - 23:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 08:00 - 23:30

Nel 1834 il Principe di Cattolica cede ai cuochi di corte Alaimo, la cappella del proprio palazzo di Piazza S. Francesco a Palermo: nasce così l’omonima Focacceria, coniugando le tradizioni umili del cibo di strada, con l’amore per la migliore cucina popolare siciliana. Ingredienti freschi e ricette semplici segnano l’incontro tra culture diverse, nelle strade affollate di questa multietnica città. Gente comune, frequentatori illustri e personaggi storici: in molti sono passati dall’Antica Focacceria, mossi dal desiderio di deliziarsi con questi cibi schietti e saporiti, tramandati fin qui con passione, per tutti quelli che vorranno rinnovare con noi questo voto di gusto e tradizione.

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Aproniana Celades Saether en
The food was very good which was served by a funny waiter! It was surprising to land in a very affordable restaurant in Milan! GooglePlace - June 2017
Marcello Dantas en
Horrible. No sevice terrible food GooglePlace - June 2017
Salvatore Bognanni en
Authentic street food from Palermo and delicious Sicilian pastry GooglePlace - June 2017
Francesco Filippone en
Nice restaurant in the heart of the city, just few meters behind Milan Cathedral. Quality Sicilian food, friendly staff and affordable prices. Definitely recommended! GooglePlace - June 2017
Nikko R. en
Best meal in Milan. We got some help from a local guy sitting in the table next to us. His tips were excellent and we got carried away and order way too much. In the end we had to ask for a bag to save food for later. Our starters were: 2 different types of arancina, a platter of fried Sicilian street food (chickpea fritters, fried rice balls, potatoes pancakes) and a focaccia Mariata (sandwich made with a focaccia bread with 2 types of cheese and veal) We only ordered 1 main because we realised that it was too much food. We had a Timballini di anelletti al forno (oven baked round pasta with ragout and aubergine) We felt we were going to explode because we were so full! But anyway we ordered a slice of pistaccio mousse. We both agreed that it was the best cake we had ever had. GooglePlace - March 2017