The second pizzeria owned by Gino Sorbillo in Milan is located at the corner of the famous Savona Street, with its theater of small restaurants, pubs and expensive trendy lofts. Along with Tortona Street it encloses a triangle of celebrated design studios. A light, thin dough with a low crust: the real and authentic Neapolitan tradition is presented in this manner, and it yields its best in its interpretation without the fiordilatte cheese. The vulgar Marinara is truly exquisite, perhaps a bit too spicy, but it tickles the palate and the nose with scents of the past, and brings you back your childhood in the blink of an eye. Busy but attentive staff, a pleasant atmosphere which is less noisy compared to many others, thanks to the mile high ceilings.