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The Cheeses of Italy at Biscotti, Four Seasons Hotel – Bangkok

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010



From October 2nd to 10th savour a fine selection of traditional cheeses from different regions of Italy at Biscotti accompanied by premium wines to complement your choice.

Cheeses from regions including Valle d’Aosta, Campagna, Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto, Trentino and Calabria will be available, as will wines from the same regions. Ask the Sommelier to recommend wines to accompany your choice of cheese, sit back, relax, and dream of Italy…

The Sommelier will be happy to recommend a choice of wines by the glass or bottle.

For reservations, please call (0) 2126 8866


Biscotti Restaurant – Bangkok

Monday, March 24th, 2008

Biscotti Restaurant
Four Season Hotel
155 Rajadamri Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Credit Cards: All Major

BreadWhat better restaurant to celebrate Easter Sunday lunch than the lovely dining room of Biscotti Restaurant located in the Four Seasons Hotel, which in my opinion, is the most tastefully decorated hotel in the city, and if that were not enough they provide excellent service staff to go with it and in the most easily accessible location in this city. It is a duplicate of the Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon, and in fact the Peninsula Group built it but experienced various problems that required them to sell. It was bought by the Regent Hotel Group that was subsequently merged into the Four Seasons Hotels chain. The ceiling in the lobby is magnificent and was painted by an Italian artist who died before finishing it, although I believe, his daughter completed it.
I ordered a magnificent Spring lamb, so fitting for Easter and what an excellent dish Chef Danilo constructed. Succulent lamb set on a bed of semi-bitter greens sprinkled with almonds, pine nuts, white beans and a sauce made from a reduction of lamb and almond essence, which was magical.
Other noteworthy dishes to try are: Cavatelli with porcini mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, and basil and Trofie with tomato couli, Yellow Tail and green beans. More Photos