Roman native Paolo Vitaletti – son of a butcher – has recreated a corner of the Eternal City in the heart of Bangkok. Think Roman style tripe with tomato, pecorino and mentuccia; homemade pastas and a fine crispy calf’s tongue. Additionally be prepared to find all the classic cucina romana pasta dishes, such as a generous portion of delectable carbonara made with Parisi eggs, or cacio e pepe and amatriciana made according to the Hotel Roma recipe, the birthplace of the dish in Amatrice, which was destroyed in the devastating earthquake in August of 2016. Many rustic, simple and traditional dishes, such as coda alla vaccinara (stewed oxtail) porchetta roasted in back. There’s also a valid wine selection of approximately 10 rotating by the glass wines and many rare bottles sold at competition prices, plus Italian craft beers and a handful of cocktails.