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    A nod to Philly classics

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 02/10/2020

    » South Philly from chef Chandler Schultz was born during the lockdown and pays homage to chef Schultz's favourite things to eat in Philadelphia. Launched as a delivery only, it now operates out of Casa Sapparod and has a new menu.

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    It's thyme for Italian

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 25/09/2020

    » It's remarkable for a new restaurant, especially during this economic downturn, to have instant success on the first day of its opening.

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    Stay home to save lives, order in to save restaurants

    Guru, Published on 27/03/2020

    » - Taste the recipes of chef Ian Kittichai (Pongtawat Chalerm-kittichai) from the kitchen of Issaya Siamese Club (<a href="fb.com/issayasiameseclub">fb.com/issayasiameseclub</a>) at home. The delivery menu is divided into several sections from starters to desserts to wines, and even includes set menus for up to 10 people. You know how chef Ian puts his own spin on things. Think krathong thong but with yellowfin tuna instead of minced pork. Or khao soi with osso buco instead of chicken leg. Call 062-750-9900 on any days of the week from 11.30am-10pm to order directly from the restaurant and enjoy 20% off the a la carte menu. Free delivery for addresses in Sathon, Bang Rak, Klong Toey, Pathumwan and Wattana. B100 delivery fee applies to addresses in other districts of Bangkok.

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    Forza L'oliva!

    Special Publications, Published on 21/02/2020

    » If your passion for Italian extends beyond the obvious to the obscure, wander over to L'OLIVA Ristorante Italiano & Wine Bar (2nd right Soi 36 "Saen Sabai" from Thonglor BTS).

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    La dolce vita

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 20/12/2019

    » Coffee is religion in Italy (well, unless you're in Vatican City). All the lingo for coffee comes from the Italians -- espresso, latte, cappuccino, mochaccino… you get the drift. Bringing this to Bangkok along with a strong Italian café culture is Caffé Olives.

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    Cruising down to Old Siam

    Holiday Time, Published on 04/12/2019

    » The day-long din of a thriving modern metropolis has died down, and the Chao Phraya River, now shrouded in relative darkness, has taken on an almost timeless quality. An ancient rice barge that passes down river only adds to that ambience. So does an old tugboat chugging its way in the opposite direction. The quaint rust-bucket emerges from under Phra Buddha Yodfa, which is appropriately known in English as Memorial Bridge and was inaugurated in 1932 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the reigning Chakri Dynasty.

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    Thank Frenchfolk for Gigi

    Special Publications, Published on 19/11/2019

    » Just when you thought all the Italian dining angles had been amply covered in Bangkok, along comes Gigi Dining Hall & Bar.

  • News & article

    Thank Frenchfolk for Gigi

    Special Publications, Published on 15/11/2019

    » Just when you thought all the Italian dining angles had been amply covered in Bangkok, along comes Gigi Dining Hall & Bar.

  • News & article

    Finger lickin' food!

    Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 30/08/2019

    » What did we do before cutlery? Use our hands, of course!

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    Upscale and dynamic

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 02/08/2019

    » A fresh-faced player in the Bangkok dining scene, Mia, which opened three weeks ago, is a joint effort between French chef-turned-restaurateur Julien Imbert (former head chef of London's Michelin-starred City Social), award-wining Thai chef Pongcharn "Top" Russell (former executive chef at Bangkok's Freebird) and Malaysian pastry chef Michelle Goh (previously at Sühring).

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