Dining in the Chianti

Chianti restaurants, countryside trattorie, and everything else you need to know to keep yourself well fed

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Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
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Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★☆☆

An upscale country restaurant in an old stone farm building on the historic Mazzei family estate

 
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La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★☆☆

An upscale country restaurant in an old stone farm building on the historic Mazzei family estate

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆

An upscale country restaurant in an old stone farm building on the historic Mazzei family estate

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆

An upscale country restaurant in an old stone farm building on the historic Mazzei family estate

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★☆
The hamlet and its vines (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
€€
Volpaia
Sienese Chianti

A first-rank Chianti wine estate with a medieval stone heart

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
★★☆
The hamlet and its vines (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
€€
Volpaia
Sienese Chianti

A first-rank Chianti wine estate with a medieval stone heart

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Bottega del Moro
Florentine Chianti

A tiny Tuscan trattoria in the heart of Greve in Chianti

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gallo Nero
Florentine Chianti

Grandma's home cooking in a stalwart local's tattoria

 
☆☆☆
La Torre
Sienese Chianti

Serving Castellina folk with filling Tuscan fare for 130 years

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
The Magnolia apartment sleeps 5
Wine tours
Chianti

Guided wine tastings, escorted winery tours, and vineyard visits near Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★☆
The abbey (Photo courtesy of the Badia)
Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

A beautifully isolated monastery turned wine estate and renowned cooking school

 
★★☆
Italian cooking class (Photo )

Learn to cook Italian cuisine in the Chianti

 
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 (Photo )
Castello di Meleto
Sienese Chianti

A medieval castle turned winery and hotel

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 
★☆☆
 (Photo )
Badia a Passignano
Florentine Chianti

A postcard-perfect Renaissance monastery surrounded by a high-end wine estate

 
★☆☆
Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★☆
Italian cooking class (Photo )

Learn to cook Italian cuisine in the Chianti

 
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Radda in Chianti
Sienese Chianti

One of the three medieval towns in the original Lega del Chianti and still an important wine center

 
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A bedroom (Photo courtesy of the hotel)
Podere Terreno
Sienese Chianti

One of Italy's most classic agriturismi—country comfy, family-run, with fabulous communal dinners

 
★★★
Great vineyard views from the outdoor tables (Photo courtesy of the restaurant)
€€
La Cantinetta di Rignana
Florentine Chianti

A medieval ramble of stone houses at the end of a long dirt road hides one of the Chianti’s most genuine countryside trattorie

 
★☆☆
Oltre Il Giardino
Florentine Chianti

Tuscan traditions in a garden restaurant at the edge of Panzano in Chianti

 
★★☆
Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
★★☆
Greve
Florentine Chianti

This market town with a lovely piazza is the unofficial capital of the Chianti

 
★★☆
Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
★★★
Vines at the Villa Vistarenni, just outside Gaiole in Chianti (Photo courtesy of the vineyard)

Visit the vineyards of the Chianti and tour its wine cellars

 
★★☆
Vines at the Villa Vistarenni, just outside Gaiole in Chianti
Wine tours
Chianti

Guided wine tastings, escorted winery tours, and vineyard visits near Chianti

 
★★☆
Castello di Verrazzano
Florentine Chianti

A Chianti castle whose family produced one of the great early explorers of the American coastline

 
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Greve
Florentine Chianti

This market town with a lovely piazza is the unofficial capital of the Chianti

 
★★☆
Villa Vignamaggio
Florentine Chianti

Historic villa where the Mona Lisa was born, "Much Ado about Nothing" was filmed, and great wines are made

 
★★☆
Monsanto
Sienese Chianti

A wonderful winery—one of the first run by a woman—with excellent Chiantis and Etruscan-style cellars

 
★★☆
The abbey (Photo courtesy of the Badia)
Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

A beautifully isolated monastery turned wine estate and renowned cooking school

 
★★☆
Castello di Brolio
Sienese Chianti

The castle that invented Chianti Classico

 
★★☆
The hamlet and its vines (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
€€
Volpaia
Sienese Chianti

A first-rank Chianti wine estate with a medieval stone heart

 
★★☆
The Magnolia apartment sleeps 5 (Photo courtesy of the property)
€€
Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

Rooms and apartments (sleeping 3–7) in a gorgeous 12C monastery now home to a famed cooking school, restaurant, and winery

 
★☆☆
This Renaissance castle is a listed national monument (Photo courtesy of the property)
Vicchiomaggio
Florentine Chianti

This ancient Chianti castle is a British-own wine estate, hotel, and restaurant

 
★☆☆
 (Photo )
Badia a Passignano
Florentine Chianti

A postcard-perfect Renaissance monastery surrounded by a high-end wine estate

 
★☆☆
The town atop its vineyards (Photo by NH53)
Castellina
Sienese Chianti

This ancient Etruscan town has a wonderful medieval feel, Etruscan artifacts, and some great wine shops

 
★☆☆
Fonterutoli
Sienese Chianti

An historic Chianti wine estate in the same family for more than 600 years

 
★☆☆
The hamlet and its vineyards (Photo courtesy of the Castello di Ama)
Castello di Ama
Sienese Chianti

Velvety, oaky wines at a French-style winery inside a medieval Tuscan village

 
★☆☆
Radda in Chianti
Sienese Chianti

One of the three medieval towns in the original Lega del Chianti and still an important wine center

 
★☆☆
The Villa Strozzi Sonnino and the Villa Vistarenni vines (Photo courtesy of the vineyard)
Vistarenni
Sienese Chianti

A vineyard spilling steeply downhill from a gorgeous 18C villa that also rents rooms

 
★☆☆
 (Photo )
Castello di Meleto
Sienese Chianti

A medieval castle turned winery and hotel

 
★☆☆
The castle and its pool (Photo courtesy of the property)
€€
Rocca Di Castagnoli
Sienese Chianti

A winery agriturismo with 6 rooms and 7 apartments in a fortified medieval village near Gaiole in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gaiole
Sienese Chianti

A market town and ancient member of the Lega del Chianti with some nice wine shops

 

How do you define "Chianti Classico"

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★☆
The hamlet and its vines (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
€€
Volpaia
Sienese Chianti

A first-rank Chianti wine estate with a medieval stone heart

 
★☆☆
 (Photo )
Badia a Passignano
Florentine Chianti

A postcard-perfect Renaissance monastery surrounded by a high-end wine estate

 
★☆☆
The town atop its vineyards (Photo by NH53)
Castellina
Sienese Chianti

This ancient Etruscan town has a wonderful medieval feel, Etruscan artifacts, and some great wine shops

 
★☆☆
The castle and its pool (Photo courtesy of the property)
€€
Rocca Di Castagnoli
Sienese Chianti

A winery agriturismo with 6 rooms and 7 apartments in a fortified medieval village near Gaiole in Chianti

 
☆☆☆
Gaiole
Sienese Chianti

A market town and ancient member of the Lega del Chianti with some nice wine shops

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
★★☆
Albergaccio
Sienese Chianti

Creative and traditional Tuscan cuisine in a rustic house on the edge of Castellina in Chianti

 

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About the restaurant star ratings (☆☆☆ to ★★★)

You will notice that all restaurants (and sights and hotels) on this site have a ReidsItaly.com star designation from ☆☆☆ to ★★★.

This merely indicates that I feel these eateries offer a little something that makes them special (or extra-special, or extra-extra special, etc.).

These star ratings are entirely based on personal opinion, and have nothing to do with any official local restaurant ratings or grades.

In general, a pricier restaurant has to impress me that it is worth the added expense.

This is why I give ★★★ to some inexpensive eateries or sandwich shops that happen provide amazing value for the money—and similarly have ranked a few fancy but notable restaurants just ★★☆.

About the restaurant price brackets (€–€€€)

Here at ReidsItaly.com we simply provide a general price range indicating the general amount you should expect to pay for a full meal in the eatery.

Each eatery is rated into a price category, which indicates—very roughly—what you could expect to pay, per person, for a standard full meal: Three courses—primo (first course), secondo (main course), and contorno (side) or dolce (dessert)—plus something to drink.

There are three price ranges, giving you a sense of which restaurants are budget, which are moderate, and which are splurges:

under €15
€€ under €40
€€€ over €40
Useful Italian phrases

Useful Italian for dining

English (inglese) Italian (italiano) Pro-nun-cee-YAY-shun
Where is? Dov'é doh-VAY
...a restaurant un ristorante oon rees toh-RAHN-tay
...a casual restaurant una trattoria
un'osteria
oo-nah trah-toar-RHEE-yah
oon ohst-air-EE-yah
I would like to reserve... Vorrei prenotare... voar-RAY pray-note-ARE-eh
a table for two una tavola per due oo-nah TAH-voal-lah pair DOO-way
...for 7pm per le sette pair lay SET-tay
...for 7:30pm per le sette e mezzo pair lay SET-tay eh MET-tzoh
...for 8pm per le otto pair lay OH-toh
     
I would like Vorrei... voar-RAY
...some (of) un pó (di) oon POH (dee)
...this questo KWAY-sto
...that quello KWEL-loh
chicken pollo POL-loh
steak bistecca bee-STEAK-ah
...rare al sangue ahl SAN-gway
...medium rosato ro-ZA-to
...well done ben cotto ben KO-to
veal vitello vee-TEL-oh
fish pesce PEH-shay
meat carne KAR-neh
I am vegetarian sono vegetariano SO-no veg-eh-tair-ee-YAH-no
side dish [veggies always come seperately] cotorno kon-TOR-no
dessert dolce DOAL-chay
and e ay
...a glass of un bicchiere di oon bee-key-YAIR-eh dee
...a bottle of una bottiglia di oo-na boh-TEEL-ya dee
...a half-liter of mezzo litro di MET-tzoh LEE-tro dee
...fizzy water acqua gassata AH-kwah gah-SAHT-tah
...still water acqua non gassata AH-kwah noan gah-SAHT-tah
...red wine vino rosso VEE-noh ROH-so
...white wine vino bianco VEE-noh bee-YAHN-koh
...beer birra BEER-a
Check, please Il conto, per favore eel COAN-toh pair fah-VOAR-eh
Is service included? É incluso il servizio? ay een-CLOU-so eel sair-VEET-zee-yo

Basic phrases in Italian

English (inglese) Italian (italiano) pro-nun-see-YAY-shun
thank you grazie GRAT-tzee-yay
please per favore pair fa-VOHR-ray
yes si see
no no no
Do you speak English? Parla Inglese? PAR-la een-GLAY-zay
I don't understand Non capisco non ka-PEESK-koh
I'm sorry Mi dispiace mee dees-pee-YAT-chay
How much is it? Quanto costa? KWAN-toh COST-ah
That's too much É troppo ay TROH-po
     
Good day Buon giorno bwohn JOUR-noh
Good evening Buona sera BWOH-nah SAIR-rah
Good night Buona notte BWOH-nah NOTE-tay
Goodbye Arrivederci ah-ree-vah-DAIR-chee
Excuse me (to get attention) Scusi SKOO-zee
Excuse me (to get past someone) Permesso pair-MEH-so
     
Where is? Dov'é doh-VAY
...the bathroom il bagno eel BHAN-yoh
...train station la ferroviaria lah fair-o-vee-YAR-ree-yah
to the right à destra ah DEH-strah
to the left à sinistra ah see-NEEST-trah
straight ahead avanti [or] diritto ah-VAHN-tee [or] dee-REE-toh
information informazione in-for-ma-tzee-OH-nay

Days, months, and other calendar items in Italian

English (inglese) Italian (italiano) Pro-nun-cee-YAY-shun
When is it open? Quando é aperto? KWAN-doh ay ah-PAIR-toh
When does it close? Quando si chiude? KWAN-doh see key-YOU-day
At what time... a che ora a kay O-rah
     
Yesterday ieri ee-YAIR-ee
Today oggi OH-jee
Tomorrow domani doh-MAHN-nee
Day after tomorrow dopo domani DOH-poh doh-MAHN-nee
     
a day un giorno oon je-YOR-no
Monday Lunedí loo-nay-DEE
Tuesday Martedí mar-tay-DEE
Wednesday Mercoledí mair-coh-lay-DEE
Thursday Giovedí jo-vay-DEE
Friday Venerdí ven-nair-DEE
Saturday Sabato SAH-baa-toh
Sunday Domenica doh-MEN-nee-ka
     
Mon-Sat Feriali fair-ee-YAHL-ee
Sun & holidays Festivi feh-STEE-vee
Daily Giornaliere joor-nahl-ee-YAIR-eh
     
a month una mese oon-ah MAY-zay
January gennaio jen-NAI-yo
February febbraio feh-BRI-yo
March marzo MAR-tzoh
April aprile ah-PREEL-ay
May maggio MAH-jee-oh
June giugno JEW-nyoh
July luglio LOO-lyoh
August agosto ah-GO-sto
September settembre set-TEM-bray
October ottobre oh-TOE-bray
November novembre no-VEM-bray
December dicembre de-CHEM-bray

Numbers in Italian

English (inglese) Italian (italiano) Pro-nun-cee-YAY-shun
1 uno OO-no
2 due DOO-way
3 tre tray
4 quattro KWAH-troh
5 cinque CHEEN-kway
6 sei say
7 sette SET-tay
8 otto OH-toh
9 nove NO-vay
10 dieci dee-YAY-chee
11 undici OON-dee-chee
12 dodici DOH-dee-chee
13 tredici TRAY-dee-chee
14 quattordici kwa-TOR-dee-chee
15 quindici KWEEN-dee-chee
16 sedici SAY-dee-chee
17 diciasette dee-chee-ya-SET-tay
18 diciotto dee-CHO-toh
19 diciannove dee-chee-ya-NO-vay
20 venti VENT-tee
21* vent'uno* vent-OO-no
22* venti due* VENT-tee DOO-way
23* venti tre* VENT-tee TRAY
30 trenta TRAYN-tah
40 quaranta kwa-RAHN-tah
50 cinquanta cheen-KWAN-tah
60 sessanta say-SAHN-tah
70 settanta seh-TAHN-tah
80 ottanta oh-TAHN-tah
90 novanta no-VAHN-tah
100 cento CHEN-toh
1,000 mille MEEL-lay
5,000 cinque milla CHEEN-kway MEEL-lah
10,000 dieci milla dee-YAY-chee MEEL-lah


* You can use this formula for all Italian ten-place numbers—so 31 is trent'uno, 32 is trenta due, 33 is trenta tre, etc. Note that—like uno (one), otto (eight) also starts with a vowel—all "-8" numbers are also abbreviated (vent'otto, trent'otto, etc.).

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