pizzeria limoncello, famous for their delicious wood fired oven pizzas, has been around bangkok’s dining scene for quite some time now. you’d be surprised to find such cute restaurant tucked away in a rather red-light district of town. the yellow gingham tablecloth, tall windows, brick walls, beautiful ceiling arts resembling the sistine chapel – i mean, i’ve never been to a pizzeria in italy (let alone italy) but if i were to guess this is probably the closest it gets in bangkok to feeling like one.
insalata caprese / thb 380
limoncello / thb 390
spaghetti all’ aglio olio e peperoncino with seafood / thb 380
rolled pork tenderloin stuffed with parma ham fontina cheese in white wine sauce / thb 380
the food is great but if i have to be completely honest with you guys i come here not for the pizza, not for the pasta but for this – mango tart / thb 260
it’s one of those desserts that you have a bite, you die and go to heaven then you wake up and have another bite.