Salsiccia grigliata, grilled Italian
sausages with sauteed broccoli, is a hearty starter.
Tuna tartare is a house speciality with tender and rich
fish cubes mixed with avocado and a creamy but light
citrus sauce served with caramelised onions. Homemade
ravioli with foie gras in truffle and sage sauce is
plump and delectable. Cotoletta alla milanese is New
Zealand veal pounded out thin and broad, then breaded
with a delightful coating and expertly fried, keeping it
succulent, especially the prized section near the bone.
Osso buco is just the way mama used to make it, slowcooked
tender in a rich red sauce, with creamy saffron
risotto on the side. Lemon torte with mango ice cream,
and warm chocolate flan with forest berry sauce and
vanilla ice cream are deliciously fresh and charmingly
arranged on their plates.
Although the rustic ambience teeters on
garish, this actually adds to the charm of this exciting
osteria. Owned by the former owner of the perennial
L'Opera, Rossano's knows its genre well, with a staff that
delivers confident service.
167 Sukhumvit Soi 21, Bangkok 10110
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Casual but no shorts |
|Private Rooms: For 6-14 people ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 350 baht ||Tel: 0-2661-7449 |
|Car Valet: Yes ||Price: 1,400 baht/person |
|Open Time: Lunch: 11:30am-2pm; Dinner: 6:00pm-10:30pm |