The Top 9 Restaurants in Bangkok with Delivery
Don’t let the quarantine stop you from eating from the best restaurants in Bangkok!
Although the coronavirus outbreak has slowed Bangkok (and the rest of the world!) to a standstill, that doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice everything we love. In this article, we’ll be covering 10 incredible restaurants in Bangkok with delivery to your front door during the quarantine period. You can order some amazing grub and enjoy the best cooking that Bangkok has to offer from the comfort and safety of your own home (or hotel).
There are a number of food delivery services available in Bangkok (and the rest of Thailand), so be sure to check if delivery to your area of the city is available. For example, I had to struggle without being able to order from Fatty’s for a long time, but now they’re available in the Sathorn area! Hopefully you can satisfy your cravings! If all else fails, try contacting their Facebook Pages or just give them a call. People are quite accommodating during this time of crisis!
Food Delivery Apps in Thailand You Should Download
While there are a handful of smaller food delivery apps available in Thailand, these are the main ones that you’ll end up using. Some of the restaurants in this blog have only recently introduced delivery options (because of quarantine), so to our knowledge, they’re only available on the staple food delivery apps. Each are available on both iPhone and Android, but FoodPanda also allows you to order food directly off their website as well.
If you have Grab (the ride sharing app) or LINE (the instant messenger) already installed, there’s no need to download anything. Food delivery is built right in!
With that out of the way, let’s hop right into the top restaurants in Bangkok with delivery during Thailand’s state of emergency. Don’t bother ordering from McDonald’s or Pizza Hut while you’re cooped up at home. Let’s support local businesses and get through this together!
We are unapologetically biased in pushing Fatty’s to the top of the list. Fatty’s is a Midwest-style pub with some of the most tasty, greasy food in Bangkok. To put it simply: their cheese is to die for! Mozzarella sticks, deep-fried cheese curds – even proper Canadian poutine is on the menu!
But what makes Fatty’s hit home runs during quarantine is their beer delivery. Imports and local beer are all available for delivery, and at a 15% discount. Keep in mind that if you want to order beer, it can only be done over the phone. Give them a call and they’ll sort you out.
Legendary, award-winning burgers. The secret ingredient is the Thaiger sauce…and the high quality beef. And the…well, to put a long story short: these are gourmet burgers that you can get delivered to your self-isolated chambers. Daniel Thaiger keeps it simple by perfecting how much flavor you can achieve with basic ingredients and some TLC. It started as a food truck but has become so much more.
Any 2 pizzas for 499 baht! That’s not a new promotion or anything, that’s kind of what Gallery Pizza is known for. These aren’t personal pan-sized pizzas like you may find on the oddball pizza joint on GrabFood. These aren’t limited to basic toppings. You get full access to Gallery’s pizza menu for this deal that I order more often than I’d like to admit. My favorite is the white garlic chicken and the newest addition to the menu: the PBR. It’s got a nice balsamic glaze that hasn’t been topped at any other pizza joint in Bangkok.
I’ve never actually ordered from Gallery on any food delivery apps, just over the phone and even more conveniently: via their Facebook Page. Seriously, it’s awesome. Shoot them a message with your address, phone number and your order. Then it’s time to play the waiting game. Simple.
Gallery also has beer and wine on the menu and Vanilla Coke for those with a sweet tooth out there too. I’m not a big wine drinker so I won’t pretend to know if their selection is good but I do tend to add a couple Asahi beers to my order for safe measure. Check out their menu and judge for yourself.
Is that name Italian enough for you? I’d hope so, seeing as how I can’t help but read it with a thick accent in my head every time I see it.
Some people swear by Pala as the best pizza in Bangkok and frankly, it would be hard to make an argument against that. At the end of the day, it comes down to personal preference really. Pala’s got super nice dough, with a pinch of salt and a stretchy base. If you have the pleasure of dining in after the quarantine is over, you’ll see that it’s truly a work of art.
In a city known for its street food and a countless number of noodle shops, Charoensuk Beef Noodle stands out as a culinary marvel of Bangkok. Just how good can a simple bowl of beef noodles get? Well, Charoensuk has been in business for over 70 years now, so make an order and let your taste buds do the talking.
What would a comfort food cheat sheet be without some Mexican food? Sure, Taco Bell is nice when you want that American-style grease but nothing beats the real deal. Tacos & Salsa has been a personal favorite of ours for years and it’s often the place the Bodega crew gathers when no one can make up their mind on where to eat. That problem may have been daunting, but now that we’re stuck at home it doesn’t seem so bad.
If you live close enough to Tacos & Salsa, they’ll offer free delivery. Your best bet is to message them on Facebook or give them a call to find out. You won’t get that deal on any food delivery app.
Vegan Restaurants in Bangkok with Delivery
Vegans in Bangkok aren’t out of luck but I wish I had more information to share with you about these restaurants. These recommendations come from active members of the Bangkok Informed Facebook Group, so I trust their judgement but can’t personally endorse them. If you can speak to the quality of these restaurants, let us know in the comments!
Food Delivery in Bangkok: What did we miss?
Did we miss some of your favorites? There’s bound to be plenty of restaurants offering quarantine discounts and deals. We’d love to hear from fellow Bangkok expats and expand this list as we discover new delivery options.
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This blog was originally published March 29, 2020 on BodegaHostels.com.