BumRes iOS App แอพค้นหาร้านอาหารที่ดีที่สุดในไทย

BumRes iOS App แอพค้นหาร้านอาหารที่ดีที่สุดในไทย
BumRes App V2

Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Liit - Homemade Italian Restaurant @ K-Village Sukhumvit 26, Bangkok

The Liit - Homemade Italian Restaurant @ K-Village Sukhumvit 26, Bangkok 

Overall Score  9/10
Taste   4.5/5
Ambiance  4/5
Service  4.5/5
Value   3/5

The Liit - Italian Restaurant on BumRes.com

This Homemade Italian Restaurant at the K-Village is now named the Liit, which is the new name of the Inversus.  I believe that they changed the name and the overall theme to be more home-like atmosphere; basically to limit the stylish and extravagance aspect that Inversus used to have.  However, with the alteration in the overall concept, the price should be the most important aspect that Inversus needed to improve.  When this place was the Inversus, the price was too high.  Now the Liit has set the price somewhat lower to a more reasonable manner, which is great for all the Italian food fans in the neighborhood.

The food of the Liit @ K-Village remained quite similar to the time of the Inversus.  From the very beginning, the menu of this place was created by Michelin Starred chefs (one star).  The chefs usually come to the restaurant every now and then to check up on the overall quality of the food (according to the reference of Inversus).  The Liit is mainly serving Italian specialties with creative fusion touch.  Please find more details of the menu in the tab menu as usual.  

On this visit, I was part of a large party.  We ordered so many dishes; I may not be able to explain each of them individually.  So, I will only talk about the ones I liked.  First dish that impressed me was the Onion Ice Cream, which is a starter.  Hearing the name confused me a bit; I thought it was a strange dessert.  After the first bite, it turned out to be a really great appetizer.  Natural aroma of this "ice-cream" was intense but to pair with the smoked fish and parma ham, the combination was extraordinary.  Second impressive menu was the Red Mullet wrapped in bread.  Presentation was unique and beautiful.  Flavors were well presented with tasty sauce and the fresh and firm Fish.  Moreover, to contrast with the crispiness of the baked bread, overall texture of this menu was mesmerizing.  

At the Liit @ K-Village, the third menu was the Lamb ribs baked with Garlic sauce.  On my prior visit when this place was the Inversus, I ordered this menu and I was so fond of it.  The Liit keeps this dish in the menu and did it perfectly just as I remembered.  Chunks of the meat was fat with great tenderness at medium rare level.  Along with a side of rare local vegetables and the tasty sauce, this menu was lip-smacking good.  Everyone on the table agreed to the deliciousness of this ribs while being speechless with the price of 1,050 Baht. 

As I have told you earlier about the variety of dishes we ordered on this visit.  I suggest you all to see the photos and the caption to get the better idea.  All in all, the newly adjustment to the Liit was greatly enjoyable.  Delicious food, beautiful plating, diverse choices, good service, and fine atmosphere; all of which melted into a little bit pricey bill.  For all the fine Italian food fans, I would like to recommend the Liit @ K-Village for your next special occasion.

For more yummy review of Bangkok restaurants please Click Here!

Feel free to leave a comment and you can also contact me via channels below.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...