Italian restaurant’s new set lunch menus are great value for money starting at just B650++ for two courses
FROM its lofty position on the 28th floor of Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok, Attico commands breathtaking views of Bangkok, and, with its high ceilings, open kitchen, and artsy arrangement of chopped wood, rustic furniture and colourful crockery, offers plenty of visual nourishment inside, too.
There’s plenty of substance to go with the style. The food menu takes its cue from the kind of homely fare served up in small towns all around Italy (think homemade pastas, slow-cooked meats, lovingly crafted fish dishes, and a range of thin-crust pizzas). And while Tuscany classics are best represented, there are also a few regional and seasonal specials to choose from. With Italian chef Roberto Parentela at the helm, authenticity prevails.