Olio A Crudo
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Sorbillo’s pizzeria in Via Savona in Milan is called Olio a Crudo. The establishment is cozy, with limited outdoor seating, a few seats at the counter, and tables with a horseshoe symbol, the quintessential Neapolitan lucky charm. Sorbillo’s pizza follows the typical Neapolitan tradition. Compared to “Lievito Madre” in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the menu here offers a much more restricted choice. Nine pizzas are on offer, and all are very interesting. The dough is made with type 1 flour and cuor di cereali. Quality toppings are used including an interesting variety of DOP tomatoes, IGP cheeses, and a sensational Umbrian oil. In fact, great care in selecting raw materials is a sign of the Sorbillo tradition. A pizza which definitely pleases the taste buds is the marinara cafona. It is prepared with hand-cut tomato fillets, which according to the menu is a custom of the Agro-Sarnese and Nocerino areas. The service is impeccable.