Andrea runs a traditional restaurant in more ways than one. The customers are all local. The food is typical from Puglia (apart from the Pizzas obviously) and he always has a lot of antipasti. He will immediately offer you many antipasti plus the focaccia. They are good, but be warned: nothing is free and some of them are certainly not cheap.
The pizza is about the best in the neighbourhood and reasonably priced.
The rest of the menu is mixed. Occasionally some excellent dishes like his octopus with broad beans or the steamed fish. Sometimes mediocre in the case of the tagliata.
Overall, as a local I enjoy going there. The food is mostly good and I know when to say yes or no to his continuous proposals.
The pricing is a bit erratic. As in most typical Italian famlily restaurant, you will not get a proper bill or ticket. My rule of thumb is that a small antipasto, a plate of pasta followed by a meat or a fish accompanied with house wine will come to around €30 per head. For Milan this is relatively average.
I wouldn't travel miles to visit this restaurant. But If you are in the area, you could do worse. I have been going to Andrea's for years and intend to continue, in spite of some of the defects pointed out in many of the other reviews (some exagerated but many true).