You don’t need to be a foodie and be keen to explore every corner of Bangkok to know Pala Pizza Romana. Everyone who live, visit or pass by Bangkok has been at least once in Asok, between BTS, MRT and Terminal 21.
Located beneath the walkway connecting BTS Asoke, Terminal 21 and MRT Sukhumvit, the location and design of La Pala is brilliant. Large bay windows capture the attention of passerby’s, while patrons can sit and watch the scene from inside the fishbowl. Pala has filled a big hole when it comes to pizza by the slice, offering the traditional Roman pizza, baked in meter long slabs of dough in a narrow oven and sold by slices or meters, and comes with a wide selection of toppings and flavours. The taste and texture of the dough makes Pala pizzas unique in Bangkok.Along with the pizza you can find a full menu offering Italian culinary specialties: pasta, soup, fish, salads, and desserts, all at very reasonable prices.
The restaurant also features a deli counter where you can choose from a huge mouth-watering selection of cold cuts, cheeses, canned goods, chocolates, sweets, cakes and breads.
Do you remember our article about the amazing food specialties from Parisi and Volpetti?
Well, Pala invited them to Bangkok for a very special occasion: the opening of Pala 2 in Silom!
Pala Pizza Romana is ready to conquer Silom area with the grand opening of the 2nd branch of its restaurant and deli, on the ground floor of the CP Tower, close to Sala Daeng BTS station.
Moreover, Pala will be introducing two very special guests from Italy, Mr. Paolo Parisi and Mr. Volpetti. Mr. Paolo Parisi will be featuring his highly appraised snow-white eggs with rich egg whites and creamy, soft yolks. While Mr. Volpetti will be featuring exquisite 5 years and 10 years aged Il Bitto, a cheese considered to be the white gold of the Valtellina due to an extremely intricate procedure of cheese production in the mountain and Il Bagoss, a very rare cow milk cheese that is produced in small amounts per year with an ancient technique of processing this aromatic and unique cheese.
You will also get to sample the one and only pasta made from The Pentolo pan, a large pan constructed for pasta cooking without having to boil in water first using a tossing and turning motion!
La Pala Silom will officially open on Monday March 9 and will delight everyday, Mon-Sat 10am-10pm.