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Tuesday, December 15, 2009




If you are long time Bangkok visitors or locals, you probably know Gennari Rossano who brought to Bangkok authentic Italian pizza and cuisine in the late 70's from his 30-fame-year L'Opera (Sukhumvit Soi 39), and we definitely miss him after the business was sold (to Harald Kuhnke) in 2005.

Last year khun Rossano returns from retirement in Sattahip's Bang Saray to open Rossano's on Asok Road, and without surprise that the restaurant soon became one of Bangkok brightest Italian gourmet joints.

In order for patrons to get whatever they like (to eat), menu in Rossano's is big with over 100 items to cover palate of all walk-of-life, and all of them of high food quality. Our dining experience in Rossano's was more than pleasant!

special menu: fruits salad with half Maine lobster set us less than Baht 400

Rossano's Italian Cuisine ***3/4
167 Asok Soi 3
Asok Road (Sukhumvit Soi 21)
Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Tel.: 02.260.1861

Free tuk-tuk pick-up at Soi 19 besides Robinson/Westin Grande: call 02.661.7449

Open daily: Lunch 11:30am - 2pm, Dinner 6 - 11pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 1,500


Stella said...

100 items to choose from the menu? My goodness, that means lots of inventories need to be stocked and big cost to buy.
If in US, this kind of restaurant cannot survive as the business will not justify the cost for 100 items.

in the sea said...

A good chef or I can say the Master Chef should know how to combine and make good use of every ingredients to make the variety of dishes while keeping the stock well administere.. I am looking forward to trying in in February... This is fun about BKK and Sukhumvit is already driving me so busy and now even busier. Thanks TC for the fresh updates. You keep us really busy.

Michael said...

so many new accommodation from boutique to 5-star alongside Sukhumvit and more nice food in the area, seems Silom is about to be forgotten

in the sea said...

Oops.. we can skip that name for the time being... :)

Anonymous said...

this is my local Italian place and I can say after about 10 visits now that it never disappoints. There is always a specials board to add a bit of variety. The service staff are first rate and the ingredients in the salads are so fresh. I've tried all the Italian places in the nighbourhood - Limoncello, Venuzio, Basilico, Guisto, Antonio etc. etc. and others - this for me is hands down the best and most consistent