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Supper after "The Last Supper"

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I have reservation for "The Last Supper" at 3p on a Tue. I am not family with that area. Are there good restaurants in the vicinity?

We plan to take the express train to/from MXP to see "The Last Supper". After the tour, we will, literally, have our last supper in Italy as we will be flying back home the next morning.

So I figure we will have roughly from 4p to 8p to find a good dinner before heading back to MXP. Is there good restaurant around Santa Maria delle Grazie or Cadorna train station
or do we have to go into the Duomo area? I don't want to wander too far off access back to MXP. And I don't expect fine restaurants around MXP, either.

Price range can be medium to slightly high, but not ultra fancy.

Thanks in advance.

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