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In Prato the cuisine of the world

Prato is a kaleidoscope of flavors, as only one of the most multi-ethnic cities in Europe can be. An obligatory stop for all those who are looking for new culinary experiences.
In Prato there are dozens of Chinese restaurants. Of these, "Ravioli Liu" in via Filzi is definitely an institution and a must for all lovers of oriental flavors.
A rustic atmosphere capable of enchanting you with its ravioli. A real Chinese restaurant where Chinese and Italian families come to sit down, also coming from Milan and Rome. Smaller and more refined, but with equally appreciated cuisine, "Ravioli di Cristina" brought the typical dishes of the Chinese family production in the historical center, in front of the Serraglio station.
And the historic center of Prato seems to have become in recent years the right place to discover the flavors of new corners of the world. "Kaldi's", for example, brought the tastes and smells of Ethiopian cuisine in via Settesoldi, a pleasant discovery for many; reservation is required. In Via Santa Trinita instead, "Naga Thai" will delight all lovers of Thai cuisine and even those looking for new daring combinations, to be enjoyed in an environment furnished with great attention to details. Equally refined and considered by many to be the best Japanese restaurant in the city, the "Moi Sushi Lab" in viale Piave has been offering, for eight years, dishes with attention to every detail and Zen philosophy. There is also a piece of Spain within the walls. Tapas and Spanish delicacies are in fact the flagship of the "Cova" in via Santa Trinita, which especially in the summer is one of the most popular places in the historic center. Finally, in Piazza del Collegio, "Raja" is the reference point for Indian cuisine: a warm and baroque environment in which Indian spices are the main ingredients.