Sensi: a modern, innovative Italian dining spot

Bangkok Top Restaurants Sensi
Entrance view of Sensi restaurant. Photo Courtesy of WWW.SENSIBANGKOK.COM

Sensi Bangkok, an Italian cooking experience made to please all the senses, is peacefully hidden from the busy streets of Bangkok. Situated in a modernist residence down a little sub-soi on Narathiwas Road ( ถนนนราธิวาส) in Sathorn District ( เขตสาทร), the closest BTS is Chong Nonsi BTS station ( สถานีช่องนนทรี). Jump in a taxi, it’s very easy and quick to reach.

The restaurant is open for dinner only from 18:00 from Mondays to Saturdays, but closed on Sundays.

Chose from the a la carte menu or from Sensi’s signature degustation menu, every one a visual delight and also a taste feeling. The Chef’s Table, located before the kitchen area, is the optimal setup to see the chef’s at the workplace, take pleasure in the appetizing scents and listen to the crackling noises as the alchemy of ingredients creates your interesting eating experience.

Fresh ingredients and a remarkable option of the finest wines accommodate every taste, as well as make Sensi one of the top locations to eat in Bangkok, which will certainly provide you with a night to remember.

Sensi Bangkok ticks all packages for a modern, innovative Italian dining establishment: urbane décor, crisp white table clothing as well as a few of one of the most charming services we have experienced in Bangkok. Timeless Italian recipes are approached from unexpected angles right here and also visitors make certain to experience well-known dishes in brand-new, cutting-edge methods.

Cook Christian Martena has a menu that we simply can not fault, whether it’s the generous à la carte servings or the degustation menu. Regardless, you’ll reach sample some incredible fruit and vegetables, a lot of it imported, as well as the recurrent touch of molecular food.

The stracciatella is from Andria, Italy; the pigeon from Bresse, France; the lamb from Normandie, France or New Zealand depending upon seasonality. Every one of this comes magnificently plated, with imaginative flourishes in the type of spherified balsamic, apple mousse or tomato sorbet. None of it feels compelled or trendy, though.

Constantly a positive indicator of an Italian restaurant that understands its stuff is the breadbasket, and the homemade ciabatta bread at Sensi is outstanding. Light yet chewy as well as full of holes, straightforward, yet most of us understand first impacts count.

The main course offers a selection of meat or fish, as well as while both the Australian tenderloin beef and the sea bream were undoubtedly premium fruit and vegetables, they are functioned as small portions as well as with a couple of embellishments. The beef was prepared with truffle oil as well as foie gras in a Rossini design, while the half fillet of sea bream is offered with hot celery as well as a lemon sauce and charred on the side.

As is usually the situation, the chef’s creativity goes up a notch with the desserts, which include a slightly-boozy passion fruit sorbet in a box, as a complimentary taste cleanser, and their Tiramasu that has actually been the talk of Bangkok for some time, with sugared coverings and also chocolate rounds hiding abundant interiors.

It’s all made a lot more special by the environment. The standalone home in a leafed area is equipped by modernist P. Tendercool items that combine rustic elements, such as saddle-stitched made of original leather and large slabs of wood.

The appeal of Italian cuisine is in the clean, clear as well, and most of all fresh flavors for which Italy is famous … and which the recipes at Sensi definitely do deliver.