Reviews and critiques
“I was stunned by the quality of the ingredients and the taste of what I ordered. It is what I call real food, and there is plenty of it for a very good price. ...Red Pinn do us a favor by bringing delicious food from home back on the table...”
Jaysfood blog (http://jaysfood.wordpress.com)
“Entering Red PInn feels like walking into a birthday cake that a five-year-old boy might fantasise about. The intereior has a rustic European feel. With brick walls, large arched windows, lanterns, and dim lighting, you’d expect Aragorn from Lord of the Rings to be waiting for you ... The reasonably priced peasant food at Red PInn is mostly inspired by the northerly, colder regions of Europe. But don’t expect anything substandard just because of the affordable prices... it’s worth expending a little shoe leather to experience the rustic, hearty dishes, and warm atmospere of Red PInn.”
Oz Chanarat, Guru Magazine (www.gurubangkok.com)
"Red Pinn might be down with the folk in its approach and décor but behind the seeming simplicity and honesty of the menu are some fork shovelling stunners. Just like your mama wants only the best quality food for you, Red Pinn does not make a fuss about its desire to deliver on deliciously cooked dinners."
Restaurants of Bangkok (http://www.restaurantsofbangkok.com)
"Red PInn... - brilliant home cooking! Basic dishes from different parts of the world and quite a few North European dishes. Excellent quality food for extremely affordable price. Don't know how they do it..."
New York Times, Where to eat in Bangkok Suggestion Section
"...this was one of the most surprisingly good restaurants in Bangkok and would be well worth a visit..."
Koh Spot Bangkok
" Don't be deceived by its low-key East European tavern styled decor, if well-cooked, presented, seasoned and delicious 'inter' (international) cuisine is your thing, Red Pinn is the real deal. "
Stephen Meng Yee (http://lostandfoundinbkk.blogspot.com)
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