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  • La Scala at The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel

    Fancy Italian Restaurant in Sathorn


    La Scala at The Sukothai Bangkok is an esteemed Italian restaurant in Bangkok. This elegant venue is all about five-star service and impeccable presentation of its gourmet creations. La Scala Bangkok has long been known for its dedication to genuine Italian cuisine. This fancy restaurant is located on South Sathorn Road, a 15-minute walk from Sala Daeng BTS Skytrain Station and a 10-minute walk from the Lumpini MRT Subway Station.

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  • At La Scala, Chef David Tamburini and his team cook in an open kitchen, which adds some fun and theatre to your meal. Don’t be surprised if Chef David drops by your table to make sure you are fully satisfied with your meal. Dinner highlights include the foie gras for 950++ baht and the Australian lamb cutlets for 1,750 baht. Dinner here is not cheap, but the quality is exceedingly high. The handcrafted wood fire pizzas are delicious, but be warned that they take up to a half-hour to bake. The antipasto lunch buffet consists of set menus that range from 750 baht to 1,100 baht. The lunch dishes are a bit lighter than those served at dinner, such as eggplant tagliatelle and the puglia seafood soup. The dress code at La Scala is smart casual (no shorts or flip flops).

    La Scala

    • Opening Hours: 12:00-14:30, 18:30-23:00 (daily)
    • Location: 13/3 South Sathorn Road, Sathorn
    • MRT: Lumphini
    • BTS: Sala Daeng
    • Tel: +66 (0)2 344 8654
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    Guests enter the Sukhothai hotel via a tree-lined driveway, a short distance that takes you away from the noise of busy Bangkok streets, and into the manicured gardens that surround the hotel.Although Sukhothai Hotel may be only 13 stories high, it does not feel overlooked, and all of the 210 rooms look out onto the verdant grounds, water features and trees that surround it.The decor is luxurious and unobtrusive, inspired by the ruins at the old ancient capital after which the hotel is named - you will find stupas in one courtyard and a Buddha statue floating serenely on the water in another.With high-end Italian, Thai and International restaurants to pick from you are spoilt for choice, and Zuk bar on the ground floor opens onto an outside terrace, perfect for evening drinks. Read More...

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