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Hidden away on Sukhumvit Soi 27, Enoteca has been serving authentic Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist for the past 12 years. The restaurant has garnered praise for its unique and creative take on old favourites while maintaining the traditional taste, thanks to the quality of the ingredients imported directly from Italy. Its interior could be taken straight from a rustic Tuscan trattoria, including a comprehensive selection of wine bottles lined up on an exposed brick wall, and antipasti and large cuts of ham displayed by the open bar counter. Complete with a verdant garden, it’s a tranquil oasis in the hubbub of Sukhumvit—transporting diners into the atmosphere of Italy. Enoteca’s newest addition to the kitchen, also “imported” from Italy, is Chef Stefano Borra. Although a relative newcomer to Bangkok, he has worked extensively in the kitchens of Europe and ran his own restaurant, Vo, for which he received the highest accolade for a chef—a Michelin star.
Chef Stefano’s passion started at an early age. “My grandmother was always cooking and, despite being young, I developed an interest in all the smells coming from the kitchen and watched her a lot. I preferred playing in the kitchen over playing with toys,” he admits.
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