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Restaurants in Chianciano Terme

Al Casale  


Stylish Al Casale.

Rustic country touches in a lovely atmosphere with great food. Reasonable prices, too, in this casale that dates back 500 years. The selection of local salamis and cured meats was excellent. Try the pici, the local pasta served with ragů of anatra (duck in a tomato sauce) or in other sauce variations. The tagliata (local beef) is grilled to perfection — tender and tasty, accompanied by properly roasted potatoes and fresh greens. — Judy Edelhoff

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Via delle Cavine e Valli, 36, Chianciano Terme, IT-SI Map
Tel. 0578.60501


Le Fonti  


Chianciano Terme.

Chianciano’s 1950s-meets-80s center seems devoid of dining options, but they’re all hidden inside bars and hotels. This pleasantly old-fashioned option offers professional service. The elegant owner greets her guests as they arrive. Jacketed waiters prepare final presentations tableside. Try homemade gnocchi with ragu on Thursday, pici pasta with fresh tomato sauce or thinly sliced rare tagliata with rosemary or a hint of balsamic vinegar. Homemade torta di Chianciano or apple are traditional desserts for a finale. Open year round. — Judy Edelhoff

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Viale della Libertŕ, 523, Chianciano Terme, IT-SI Map
Tel. 0578.63701


Marabissi Pasticceria  


here are several local bar-past

Marabissi opened in the 1950s during Fellini’s heyday, busily baking pastries while visitors drank the liver-curing waters in the nearby park. Torta Chianciano, a cake made with almond paste and a cooked cream filling that keeps without refrigeration, was their innovation that travels well. Also good are the monete allo zaferano (saffron cookies) and ricciarelli (almond paste cookies). There are several local bar-pastry shops on Viale Roma, which leads to the thermal baths. Marabissi also ships its goodies. Call 0578.6146.1414. — Judy Edelhoff

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Viale Roma 29, Chianciano Terme, IT-SI Map
Tel. 0578.60190



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