Little Italy in Sathorn - Italian Pizzeria Il Bolognese

Another great article by BKKmenu about our restaurant Trattoria Pizzeria Ristorante Il Bolognese. Italian pizza and Emilian food in the heart of Bangkok.

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Trattoria Pizzeria Il Bolognese opened in 2010 as Sambuca and changed to Il Bolognese in 2012, founded by Italian architects. The owner of Enoteca, an Italian restaurant on Sukhumvit 29 that offers a fine dining service. The restaurant is located in Soi Sathorn 7, 3 intersection. 

The atmosphere inside the Italian Pizzeria Il Bolognese gives a warm and friendly feeling. Like eating at home but surrounded by Italian decorations. For anyone who comes in a large group you can sit in the middle of the restaurant where the highlight is watching the chefs cook and cook the pizzas closely.

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Bangkok Best Dining - Il Bolognese - Italian Pizzeria Bangkok

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Il Bolognese Italian Pizzeria Bangkok

About: Il Bolognese had opened about 10 years ago and done okay, but six years ago Andrea Bernardi had appeared on the scene, fresh from Bacco Italian restaurant, and rebooted the place. Nowadays, Il Bolognese is one of the most popular Italian eateries in town, and it is packed most nights. This is not through any high-profile marketing campaign, but simply good old-fashioned word of mouth. Many of the regulars are locals from around the Sathorn districts. The food served is that ofEmilia-Romagna, the administrative region in northeast Italy whose capital is Bologna, from where the restaurant’s owner hails; Andrea himself is from Rimini, which is in the same region.

Decor: Soi 7 is a narrow little lane that runs almost unnoticed between the Singapore Embassy and the Asia Centre; walk along here a couple of minutes, and behind some trees is the restaurant, set in a delightful house painted an almost edible pink. In the garden are a number of tables, and a huge red garden bench. Inside, to the right, is the pizza oven, hived off behind a counter and manned by chefs armed with pizza shovels. The wood-fired oven was designed and built in situ by famed chef and oven designer Mario, who has his own restaurant in Phuket. What immediately impresses the visitor, having passed through the already busy garden tables, is the cosy buzz within the restaurant: pretty well every table is taken within both rooms, for a glass wall runs down the centre. The atmosphere is very welcoming, enhanced by the friendly Andrea himself, and thoroughly attractive and attentive young wait staff.