Located on the 28th floor, Attico is the only rooftop Italian restaurant in Bangkok that boasts breath taking vistas of the city from both the intimate main dining room, as well as two alfresco lounging terraces. Fashioned to mimic the casual charm of a Tuscan villa, the space highlights warm dark woods, exposed brick walls and playfully incorporates wine barrels into the design. Front and centre is a semi-open kitchen and butcher counter with a display of Italian charcuterie, giving the place an inviting and homey feel. The wood furniture and a semi-private room for family style dining add a feeling of comfort and floor to ceiling glass windows framed by dark drapery highlight the energetic city views for an unforgettable urban vibe.
Attico’s cuisine is described as “traditional taste, with modern techniques” while soft candle light, clinking wine glasses and lilting conversation give the restaurant a sophisticated yet cosy vibe. The kitchen is headed up by charismatic Chef Danilo Aiassa from Italy. He puts passion into every dish and wins every guest over with his infectious warmth and charm.
There is a strong focus on high quality imported and locally sourced ingredients and the ever-evolving menu highlights dishes that follow the seasons in Italy. The cuisine is very approachable and homemade pasta, seafood and premium grade imported grilled meats often take centre stage. Popular favourites include the gnocchi, premium antipasti and Attico’s signature home-baked breads. Guests are also treated to a well-stocked wine cellar that highlights an extensive selection of Italian vintages including rare Tuscan wines, in addition to numerous old and new world varieties. Beer lovers will appreciate the selection of Italian craft beers and the knowledgeable staffs are always on hand to anticipate the needs of every diner.