When weekends call for hearty, twist-free Italian food, and lots of it.

BK Brunch Club—BK Magazine’s new dining series devoted to next-level weekend feasts—is open for booking! For five consecutive weekends starting Jun 15, we partner with over 20 of the city’s lightest, brightest, most daytime-friendly dining spots to roll out sensational sharing menus of the finest produce.

 We’re talking at least four courses at every restaurant, most or all of them served family-style just for your table, with menus starting from just B1,000 per person.

 Below we've list the top names in Italian dining that are participating—act quick!

 

Please note that only bookings via Citi credit cards will be accepted until Jun 1 

 


See also: Here's every restaurant taking part in BK Brunch Club


 

La Bottega Di Luca

 

The Place: Sardinia-born head chef Andrea Ortu ensures a menu that brims with serious D.O.P. produce scoured from the lengths of Italy—a rich Sicilian pistachio paste to cut through a plate of Brittany lobster and clam gnocchi, a Pecorino cheese foam atop unctuous lamb fragola, and classics like founder Luca Appino's black truffle cheese risotto. The classy dining room is primed for special occasions, while the dark wooden balcony offers a more relaxed vibe.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

See the full menu here! 

 

La Casa Nostra

 

The Place: Come the cooler months, diners flock to the cozy outdoor terrace for the pick of the bottles from the wine cellar and chef Nino Scognamillo’s rustic-yet-refined Italian cuisine. Juicy grilled meats are joined on the menu by “nonna-style” gnocchi and premium produce like Cantabrian anchovies.

The event: La Casa Nostra Brunch Club Sharing Menu

Price: B1,500++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

See the full menu here!

 

La Tavola

 

The Place: Renaissance Hotel’s signature Italian restaurant serves up refined, twist-free classics in an equally sophisticated dining room featuring large windows, blond wood decor and crisp white tablecloths. Wood-fired pizzas vie for attention with their 11 varieties of homemade pasta and an alluring antipasti table. Be sure to leave room for dessert, be it red berry panna cotta or creamy tiramisu. 

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6-7 Jul

See the full menu here!

 

Pizza Massilia (Ruam Rudee)

 

The Place: Inspired by the Neapolitans who emigrated to France and the USA, Italian chef and restaurateur Luca Appino (La Bottega di Luca) takes a cross-continental approach to pizzas. Pumped out of two massive ovens from Italy, the pizzas here are delicate and refined affairs that often bear extravagant toppings sourced from Italy and France—think mortadella, truffles and fior di latte—all served in a calming blue and white dining room.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

See the full menu here!

 

Pizza Massilia (Sukhumvit)

 

The Place: Inspired by the Neapolitans who emigrated to France and the USA, Italian chef and restaurateur Luca Appino (La Bottega di Luca) takes a cross-continental approach to pizzas. Pumped out of two massive ovens from Italy, the pizzas here are delicate and refined affairs that often bear extravagant toppings sourced from Italy and France—think mortadella, truffles and fior di latte—all served in a calming blue and white dining room.

Price: B1,000++/Person

Date: 15-16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6 Jul

See the full menu here!

 

Sensi

 

The Place: This welcoming Sathorn back-street institution makes the most of its incredible produce. Aside from a la carte, chef Stefano Merlo’s tasting menus offer a fun, interactive version of Italian fine dining, pairing dainty creations like a burratta-stuffed tomato caprese salad with heftier meat and pasta plates, including darnnear the best lasagna you’re likely to find.

Price: B1,200++/Person

Date: 16, 22-23, 29-30 Jun / 6-7 Jul

See the full menu here!