Gelato

You left cannoli and Sicilian granita down in the south of Italy. Never forget. But now it’s time to get into some northern Italian cuisine.

Panzerotto: Think calzones but smaller. For €2 you can score some of these classic warm bread pockets stuffed with tomatoes, cheese, prosciutto, and everything else wonderful and Italian. What Plato would’ve seen as the ideal for lunch.

Tramezzini: Tiny little triangular sandwiches with the crusts removed filled with ham, salami, cheese, tomatoes, love, and whatever else you like. Found in bars as a common snack food, a couple of these (or ten) will satisfy any late afternoon cravings.

Gelato: And of course. Cold, creamy gelato. Always delicious everywhere. For some of the best, cheapest gelato in town, we recommend La Romana.

Foodie Must-Tries in Padua was last modified: January 9th, 2016 by Chris Holthouse