Il Fumo goes beyond beef. 

Known for its big slabs of premium imported beef, Rama 4's Italian restaurant Il Fumo has just launched its first tasting menu.

But instead of going straight Italian, the menu also incorporates head chef Nelson Amorim's Portuguese roots and culinary background in dishes like prawn risotto made with barley and coriander, and the deconstructed Portuguese egg tart in the form of millefeuille with cinnamon sabayon. 

Of course, Il Fumo's beautiful beef plays a part. Lean Fassona from Piedmont comes as beef tartare, while French Limousin features as a steak—a seriously to-die-for one. You can also expect an intense duck-egg tagliatelle with truffle.

A six-course menu sets you back B2,300 while an eight-course menu costs B2,800. You can either go for sommelier Thanakom Mankit's wine pairing (B1,600/B2,000) or try a drink from the new martini line, mixed and served table-side on a trolley. Stuzzichino (B490) features vodka, vermouth, orange bitter, sausage spray and a blue cheese-stuffed olive. 

1098/2 Rama 4 Rd., 02-286-8833