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Savor Sicily with Chef Bruno Ferrari: A Culinary Journey at Volti Tuscan Grill & Bar

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Embark on a culinary odyssey that will transport your senses straight to the heart of the Mediterranean. Executive Italian Chef Bruno Ferrari is your guide on this delectable journey, with a menu that’s a love letter to Sicily’s rich flavors and vibrant culture. From the first bite to the last, you’re in for an experience that’s as enchanting as a sunset over the Sicilian coast.

Imagine starting with the Caponata Siciliana, a dish that’s a symphony of sweet and sour flavors, each spoonful bursting with the essence of eggplants, tomatoes, and olives, all lovingly kissed by the Sicilian sun. It’s not just a dish; it’s a voyage to an island where the air smells of citrus and the sea whispers tales of ancient mariners.

As you sail further into your feast, the Grilled Swordfish awaits. This isn’t just any fish; it’s a treasure from the deep, grilled to perfection with a mastery that only Chef Bruno Ferrari can wield. Each slice is succulent, each bite is a revelation, proving that when it comes to seafood, quality speaks volumes.

And what’s a Sicilian feast without its crowning glory? The Cannoli, filled with the creamiest sweet ricotta, is not merely a dessert; it’s a finale that crescendos into pure bliss. It’s the kind of sweet ending that makes you wish the journey would never end.

This is more than a dinner; it’s a six-course odyssey, available for a limited time from today until 31 May 2024. Priced at 2,280++ per adult, it’s an invitation to indulge in the art of fine dining, where every dish tells a story, every flavor is a memory.

Volti Tuscan Grill & Bar welcomes you daily from 6pm to 10pm, ready to turn any evening into an extraordinary event. Whether it’s a special occasion or a simple desire to treat oneself, this is where magic happens.

Ready to embark on this culinary adventure? Shangri-La Bangkok’s restaurant reservations desk is your first port of call. Dial 0 2236 7777, or send a digital missive to [email protected]. If navigating the digital seas is more your style, chart your course to the hotel website for more details. This isn’t just dinner; it’s a journey to the soul of Sicily, led by none other than Chef Bruno Ferrari. Are you ready to set sail?


  1. FoodieLover May 7, 2024

    This sounds absolutely divine! Chef Bruno Ferrari seems like a master in bringing Sicilian flavors to life.

    • SkepticEater May 7, 2024

      Is it really worth the hype though? These fancy dinners always seem overpriced for what you actually get.

      • FoodieLover May 7, 2024

        Definitely understand the concern about price, but it’s not just about the food. It’s about the whole experience and the art of cooking by Chef Ferrari. Sometimes, it’s worth paying for that special experience.

      • BudgetDiner May 7, 2024

        For that price, my entire family could eat out multiple times. I guess it’s more for the experience than the actual hunger.

    • CulinaryExpert23 May 7, 2024

      Having sampled Chef Ferrari’s cuisine before, I can say his dishes are more than just food; they’re a legit culinary journey. He captures the essence of Sicily perfectly.

      • SkepticEater May 7, 2024

        Well, when you put it that way, maybe it’s worth trying once for the experience.

  2. CasualDiner May 7, 2024

    This menu screams decadent and delicious, but I’m not sure about splurging that much on a single meal. Might have to pass.

    • LuxuryLover May 7, 2024

      It’s not about the cost, it’s about the once-in-a-lifetime experience. These memories last forever!

      • CasualDiner May 7, 2024

        I get that, but not everyone values dining experiences the same way. To each their own, I suppose.

  3. EcoWarrior May 7, 2024

    Curious about the sourcing of ingredients. Are they flown in from Sicily, adding unnecessary carbon footprint, or does Chef Ferrari use local substitutes?

    • TrueGourmet May 7, 2024

      Great point! Authenticity is key, but sustainability should be a priority too. It’s a fine balance, I guess.

      • EcoWarrior May 7, 2024

        Exactly! There’s no harm in adjusting recipes to be more eco-friendly. Chefs have a big influence on public opinion and can lead the way in promoting sustainable dining.

  4. SicilianNative May 7, 2024

    As a Sicilian, I’m both excited and skeptical. It’s challenging to recreate the true essence of our dishes abroad. Curious to see if Chef Ferrari can pull it off.

    • CulturalEnthusiast May 7, 2024

      I believe in the globalization of cuisine as long as it’s done respectfully and authentically. It’s about sharing culture, not appropriating it.

      • SicilianNative May 7, 2024

        Agree completely. It’s all about respect and authenticity. If Chef Ferrari respects our culture, I’m all for it.

  5. PastaFanatic May 7, 2024

    No mention of pasta dishes in the menu highlights? A Sicilian journey without pasta feels incomplete to me.

    • ChefBrunoFan May 7, 2024

      Chef Ferrari focuses on showcasing a variety of Sicilian dishes, not just the stereotypical ones. There’s more to Sicilian cuisine than pasta!

      • PastaFanatic May 7, 2024

        Fair point, but as a pasta lover, it’s hard to imagine Sicily without it. Guess I’ll have to visit the restaurant and see what other surprises Chef Ferrari has in store.

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