I reckon this is one of the most popular and oldest pasticceria in Milano, and once you ate the meringue stuffed with cream, you totally understand why! it's heaven!
We were drawn to this place because of the beautiful window decorations. During fashion week, they made cookies shaped like buttons, purses, and pattern pieces. Great place to have a break if you're doing a walking tour. You'll burn off all the calories. Everything is fresh and tasty.
I pop in here whenever I have the chance for a Saturday morning breakfast and it's always a great way to start the week-end. I love the place that has been preserved over the years maintaining its original flair. Croissants are simply delicious and the same goes for the pastry. Also, this is one of the pastry shops in Milan... More
Have you planned a trip to Milano? Don't miss this "pasticceria"! It does have an amazing selection of "praline" , "frutta candita" , "panettone" (one of the best in Milano but only on Christmas), "pasticcini", but on top of it it's a BEAUTIFUL antique shop. Think of Laduree in Paris, but this is still original with its wonderful ceilings and... More
We discovered Pasticceria Marchesi by pure coincidence while walking towards Santa Maria Delle Grazie from Duomo. In addition to excellent pastries and cake, I had one of the best cappuccinos in Milan! Although I am not a big panettone fan, the one I tried at Marchesi was extremely delicious, and without the artificial & extra-sweetened aroma of usual panettoni I... More
The quality of the pastries, cakes and coffee would be sufficient to make this place worth a visit; however, the unique value of this place lies in the charming atmosphere and the stunning furnishing. If you are lucky enough you will be served by a charming lady that we have been seeing there since our very first visit.
At 24 Euros per Kilo, you can buy the best Italian pastry panettone. Enjoy it! Traditional cake in Milan and known all over the world as the cake which people wrap in boxes during the Christmas season. It is quite dry and studded with fruit as well as candied cintrus zest. According to history it was invented by the noble... More
I went there fir breakfast after reading all the amazing reviews on tripadvisor. The place looks lovely and the cakes look delicious. All I tried is their Brioche which was different; sweet instead of savory. It was fresh and all but it was a new experience for me and the kids. My kids didn't eat it. I wish they had... More
I have been a regular at Marchesi since childhood, and it is one of the very few places in Milan that invariably maintained the same highest standard. The ambiance is as classy as one can imagine yet with an elegant touch of understatement. It is populated by a regular crowd, who call the 'baristas' with their first name and, like... More
Excellent brioche & espresso. A must visit, even if just for a quick stop along the way. Open Tuesday - Saturday (8am - 8pm)
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