THE QUIET ITALIAN – INTERVIEW WITH NICOLAS BONAZZA OF ENOTECA
article by Bangkok Foodies
There’s always that one place, that institution in every city that hardcore foodies know about but the rest of the mainstream public or tourists do not, unless a kind resident points us in the right direction.
In this instance, you can say Enoteca, Bangkok’s best Italian restaurant pretty much falls within this category. Regardless of the signs in the winding backstreets of Sukhumvit which boldly state “Michelin Chef” (apparently not Nico’s idea), then little hoopla and hype is to be seen or heard about Enoteca Bangkok, but this is no way a reflection of the place or food quality.
While many establishments are frantically pumping out new menus, flashing accolades and inflating their chef’s profiles, the team at Enoteca Italiana Bangkoks best Italian restaurant are quietly going about their business and placing bums-on-seats as usual. Bangkok Foodies interview the second generation proprietor, Nicolas Bonazza, about why he chooses to stay ‘no-key’, and also introduces us to their new….wait for it… “Michelin Chef”!
Read the article here.