New Italian Chef heads up Attico Restaurant, Bangkok

General Press Releases Monday April 17, 2017 10:23
Bangkok--17 Apr--midas pr
Italian Chef Matteo Verini takes over Attico Restaurant in Bangkok
Introducing a new Italian head chef for Attico at Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok, Chef Matteo Verini is now leading this Tuscan kitchen...

The Radisson BLU Plaza is eager to introduce its new Italian chef, taking over the helm at the 28th-floor Italian restaurant, Attico. Known for its authentic, rustic Tuscan cuisine, Attico Restaurant, in Bangkok, is now being led by experienced Chef Matteo Verini, who hails from Rossiligione, in Genoa, Italy.

No stranger to the Radisson BLU, Chef Matteo has previously worked at two of the properties in Tunisia, and is excited to be back with the brand: "Attico is an amazing restaurant, in a great location, with a strong reference to the Tuscan kitchen. This will provide me the opportunity to bring all of my experience to bear, and further enhance the experience for our guests," explains Chef Matteo.

His hands-on approach and meticulous attention to detail, together with his team, mean Chef Matteo enjoys being 100% involved in daily operations and personally meeting the customers, to ensure theirs is a journey of discovery and surprise, within his restaurant. Growing up in a traditional Italian kitchen, Chef Matteo combines his classical training with modern techniques, impeccable neatness and local influences.

One of his specialties that Attico guests can expect to delight at is fine handmade pasta. "The versatility of this product is impressive to me. I make dough from all kinds of flours, and infinite options arise for flavour combinations and fillings. I love to create new forms and fill them with the strangest things," he declares mysteriously. Guests will have to visit his new home at Attico to find out more about his experimental pasta designs.

Under the new expert hand of Chef Matteo Verini, guests can enjoy the ambience of a Tuscan villa-style setting, high above bustling Bangkok. Taking in the 28th floor views over the city, enviable tables for an intimate dining experience are also found on one of two alfresco dining terraces, for which advance reservations are recommended. Whether outside or indoors, Attico Restaurant, atop the Radisson BLU Plaza Bangkok, on Sukhumvit Road, now with Chef Matteo Verini, remains a dining destination not to be missed.

Throughout the month of April, Attico is adding tender prime cuts of carefully dry-aged, grass-fed beef, all month long, alongside the delicious Mediterranean specialties for which it is renowned.

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