June 26, 2018

Lunch at Pala Pizza Romana and Bistrot

Our family loves to travel but whenever we visit other countries, one of my dilemmas is food. I’m not really adventurous when it comes to food and I’m loyal to Filipino cuisine. Whenever my husband visits a new country, there are times that he will say to me “Di ka pwede dito Hon, magugutom ka”. Hehehe! So whenever we travel, most of the time, we will eat at the fastfood to keep me alive.

My husband has been to Bangkok several times already so he suggested some restaurants that we can try. My son and I love pizza so he recommended one pizza restaurant after Terminal 21. Funny thing, he can’t remember the exact location of the restaurant, he just told me after Terminal 21. My son and I almost give up because we can’t find it.

On our way back to the hotel, we finally saw Pala Pizza Romana and Bistrot. The restaurant was just simple and small. It is hard to notice the name. So if you are going to visit, take note that it is near the escalator leading to the MRT. The owner is from Italy so you are guaranteed that you will eat authentic Roman and Italian meals.


It was already late lunch but the place was still full. Diners are mixed of locals and tourists, it seems that this restaurant is really popular. Good thing, we got a table. Upon seated, the staff gave us the menu. They offer soup, starters, salad, pasta, risotti, pizza, main courses, and dessert.



For pizza, you can order by slice, 1/2 meter or 1 meter. My son ordered Margherita THB75+ and I ordered Boscaiola THB120+. Margherita has only 2 ingredients which are tomato sauce and mozzarella but my son loves it. My Boscaiola has 4 ingredients, tomato sauce, mozzarella, pork sausag, and mushroom. One slice can be divided into two or four slices and it makes you full already.


After taking a bite, I must agree with my husband. Their pizza is really good, the crust is thick, soft and fluffy, dough pa lang masarap na. And because we love their pizza, I wanted to go back for dinner but we need to go to IKEA Bangna. Asid frome the cooked meals, they also havea deli counter where you can buy cold cuts, cheeses, canned goods, bread, cakes, chocolates and other sweets. Now, I’m craving for their pizza so if you are going to Bangkok, include this in your must-try food. The food is reasonably price and service is fast.

Read: Where to Stay in Bangkok Thailand
6 Days in Bangkok with Kids 

Pala Pizza Romana and Bistrot 
MRT Sukhumvit Platform at interlink BTS-Asok,
Asok Rd, Klongtoey-nua Wattana Bangkok 10110
Opening Hours: 10AM to 11:30PM

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