The local speciality of ChiancianoTerme is ‘pici’, a type of pasta made of flour and water which is hand-rolled into long strands. Known mainly for Italian food that comprises of a simple, wholesome kind of food in a home-cooked style, there are a number of dishes that are exclusive to the area. The staple ingredients used in this kind of food are kinds of pasta, olive oil, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and Italian herbs. Other local favourites include panzanella that is soaked stale bread cooked with a variety of vegetables and bruschetta which is an Italian garlic bread roasted on an open fire. Spit roasted chicken, goose, duck, pork, guinea fowl and rabbit are favourites for non-vegetarians and meat lovers. Ribollita is also another dish that you must sample here. Apart from the large variety in savouries, there are a lot of dessert options as well for those who have a sweet tooth. Cantucci and lattaiolo are some of these dessert options which you will find exclusively in this part of the world. Almost all the accommodation options at ChiancianoTerme have their own restaurants or room service options. However, there are a number of restaurants one can visit to try out these delicacies. Italian food is staple here, although some restaurants serve other world cuisines as well.