Time Out says
Appia treats Bangkokian to the authentic Roman flavors
Following the success of his first restaurant, Soul Food Mahanakorn, former American food writer, Jarrett Wrisley collaborated with Roman chef, Paolo Vitaletti, to open an Italian restaurant named Appia. Named for and inspired by the ancient road which connected Rome to the southern part of Italy, Appia combines original Roman food with southern Italian recipes. Interesting, right? Both the handmade pasta and the gnocchi (Italian-style dumplings made from potatoes and flour) are musts. The porchetta is also recommended, a mouthwatering roast pork sliced and served in the traditional Italian style. For lighter fare, try the zucchini salad with parmesan or A Caprese in Puglia, a dish that combines burrata, crispy bread and oven-dried tomatoes. My Mother’s Tiramisu nicely rounds things off.
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