one of the fixtures in italian dining scene of bangkok, rossini’s resembles an enchanting tuscan villa serving up some of the most authentic contemporary italian cuisine of impressive quality. you have an option to choose from four different kinds of course menu or you could simply go a la carte. well, whatever you decide for the night, just promise not to miss out on those seared hokkaido scallop to kick start your palette.
don giovanni, one of bangkok’s old school dining establishments is one of those places suitable for all occasions. be it a romantic dinner, family gathering or a business meeting… you name it. great quality, professional service and not to mention chef stefano himself has been wooing his loyal clientele with his italian home style recipes for decades now. all i know is i’m definitely going back for that lobster fettucinne.
spain (and everything related to it) has a special place in my heart. it could be that spanish was the first language that i actually really enjoyed learning, or maybe i’m just attracted to their exuberant culture whether that be food, people and just lifestyle in general. it was only natural then to try out this newly opened spanish restaurant in the middle of thonglor. the service was great the ambiance was cheery, probably a choice of spot to unwind after a not so cheery day at work.
it’s one of those places you wonder why you haven’t found out about it earlier. and now that you have found, you wish no one else finds about it. joking aside, if you want a good quality thai food with laid back ambiance with excellent service on top (yet to find what they’re lacking in) kram is the place. the location might be a little tricky to find but nothing google map can’t handle ;)