In Bangkok's indefatigable gastronomic sphere, most restaurateurs and chefs try to reinvent their menus, offer culinary novelty and stay out of old-fashioned cliches. Yet amidst an imaginative diversity of novel cuisines, one Italian restaurant seems to have its faith the other way around.
Owned and run by an Italian chef and American restaurateur, Appia is so far the only dining establishment in the city to dedicate solely to authentic Roman cuisine. The 65-seater, which opened four months ago, is also among the top few new restaurants most treasured by keen food connoisseurs at the moment.
Dedicated solely to authentic Roman cuisine, the four-month-old Appia is among the top few new restaurants most treasured by food connoisseurs at present.
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