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Restaurant Appia


Restaurant, $$, Italian, Bangkok
A loyal fan base of regulars vouch for this authentic Roman-style trattoria. Diners rub shoulders in close proximity to each other, lending an overall buzz to the chatty atmosphere.
  • ReservationYes
  • Accept Credit CardYes
  • Dress CodeSmart Casual
  • Bring Your Own BottleNo
  • BuffetYes
  • Corkage600 Baht
  • Car ValetYes


To experience a cosy neighbourhood Roman trattoria serving home-cooked recipes and a fine selection of wines from the old country.

Rating : 16/20

Enjoy a refeshing glass of bubbling chilled prosecco as an aperitivo while you peruse the menu. As a starter Appia’s famous chicken liver crostini —chicken liver pate on grilled Conkey’s sourdough with Maldon salt—is highly recomemded. Also full of flavor is vitello tonnato, a classic dish of thinly sliced veal with tuna and capers. Next try Pia’s fettuccine based on a recipe from the owner’s mother. The pasta is hand-cut and smothered in a rustic meaty butchershop ragu. Another pasta dish worth trying is rigatoni con ragu di dentice, which is rigatoni pasta tossed in a rich ragu of Mediterranean red snapper. The flavours are redolent of the sea. The signature offering of porchetta, like in Rome, is a tasty combination of roast pork, fennel pollen and tart apple compote. It goes very well with a side dish of broccolini, Italian sausage and potato. End on a classic note with a dessert of pana cotta with fresh raspberries. Although not on the menu, if you ask, you shall receive!

Rating : 33/40

Drink options include imported beers from Italy and USA. The wine list is extensive and dominated by reasonably priced Italian labels representing the country’s main wine producing regions.

Rating : 17/20

Rating : 17/20

2,500 Baht/Person