Although sheltering in place and social distancing does limit some of our fond outdoor and social activities, it does not mean we need to deprive ourselves of the deliciousness. With restaurants around town offering delivery services, restaurant-hopping can easily be done within the comfort of your home.
Some of Bangkok’s top hotels also join the delivery bandwagon, churning out mouth-walloping menus that will jazz up your at-home dining session. Here’s our list of hotel delivery services that will make dining in feel like dining out. Be sure to check this list regularly, as new additions are added on a rolling basis.
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Foodies, it’s hot and humid outside, so let’s cool down with Siam Tea Room’s scrumptious Khao Chae set (THB 490++), featuring rice in chilled jasmine-infused water, fried green pepper stuffed with shrimp and minced pork, sweetened shredded pork, fried salted egg yolk, fried shrimp-stuffed butterfly pea flowers, hand-crafted vegetable crudités, and more. The set is available now until 31 May. Not a fan of Khao Chae? No fret, the venue also doles out a selection of Thai and Western dishes for you to choose from.
To order, call +662 059 5999.
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When hunger meets an empty fridge, you can be sure it will not be a pretty sight, so make sure you always have goodies on hand. Get your treats delivered from Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s restaurants and bakery. Bring some zing to your breakfast or brunch sesh with the signature Sausage Roll from Mocha & Muffins, the famous Foccacia Mascarpone with Truffle Oil, and Rock Lobster Spaghetti from Biscotti for lunch, and Iberico Pork Chop and Seared Tasmanian Salmon from Madison for dinner. And voilà, your day is made.
Order via Anantara Siam Shop
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If your idea of a good day involves buttery, flakey goodies and a decent cup of joe, then Tuxedo Espresso Bar over at the Carlton Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit should be your move. Must-tries include their signature Marble Brick marble-like cake, Almond Croissant, Rubik Brioche Cube, and the 48 Hours Cold Drip Coffee. Another thing you really should not miss is the Durian Puff Craquelin — genius.
Order via foodpanda
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Among Bangkok’s bakeries, The Mandarin Oriental Shop is sure a standout thanks to its drool-inducing delights spanning bread, sandwiches, pies, pastries, cakes, crafted chocolate, and all the other things your inner chubby child could think of.
Order via MO’s Online Shop or call +662 659 9000.
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Vivify your humdrum Thai food experience with a menu themed around traditional Thai cuisine from Loukjaan by Saneh Jaan at the Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. If you’re already a big fan of the Michelin-starred restaurant Saneh Jaan, you know their SanDok Kajohn Pad Woonsen with Naem, Yum Som Oh Goong Sod and Gaeng Ranjuan Moo are the must-haves.
Order via Sindhorn Kempinski Delivery
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If you’re anything like us – obsessed with La Scala’s far-famed Schiacciatina (an ultra-crispy sandwich pizza generously stuffed with parma ham) and constantly craving for Celadon’s Phad Thai Goong Sod and Colonnade’s juicy Cheeseburger, check out the The Sukhothai Does Takeaway Menu packed with the hotel’s collection of signature dishes. Free delivery is available for orders with minimum spending of THB 2,000 and within 5 kilometres radius.
Order via LINE: tsbtakeaway
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For health-forward meals after a few cheat days, opt for the umami-packed wraps, salads, and rice bowls as well as smoothies and healthy juice from The Pantry, W Bangkok’s new cafe. Every item comes bursting with flavours you may even forget it’s “healthy.”
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Not really a delivery service, but Rosewood Bangkok does make getting their toothsome delicacies easier to get through their takeaway service entitled ‘Rosewood Bangkok On The Move.’ Here you can conveniently pick up your favourite bread, cakes, pastries, coffee and kombucha to enjoy within the comfort of your home. It’s the kind of social distancing that needs no sacrificing of indulgence.
Order two hours in advance via RW BKK On The Move or call +662 080 0088
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If you want to experience the full range of Thai flavours, both Phra Nakhon and KIN at Capella Bangkok have you covered with tom yum soups, salted pork, pad thai, and more. The dishes, humble tributes to local ingredients from farmers and fishermen all over Thailand, ensure you’ll experience the perfect combination of sweet, spicy, sour, salty, and bitter. Don’t forget to top off your meal with desserts created by executive pastry chef Sylvain Constans.
Order via Phra Nakhon Reception LINE account @hostesspnk, LINE Official @capellabangkok, or call +662 098 3817
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Delivery isn’t always just for two. Lord Jim’s at the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is bringing a downsized version of their famous grilled menu to your home. Begin your family dinner with the all-time favourite Signature Seafood Tower for Four, then choose between three mains: Salt-Baked Seabass, Beef Wellington, or Whole Roasted Organic Chicken. Kids at your table can also be treated to some Molten Madagascar Chocolate Torte. All orders come with complementary warmly-baked brioche and butter.
Order 24 hours in advance via MO’s Online Shop or call +662 659 9000
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Fancy some Italian comfort food or a mid-day drink and snack while working from home? Kimpton Maa-Lai is delivering Ms. Jigger’s pizza and pasta while CRAFT has a whole selection of cold brews wraps, and other light bites on their menu. For those who want to take a break from their desks and get some fresh air, visit the on-site Kimpton Pop Up to get your grub to-go.
Order Via LINE Man or visit the Kimpton Pop Up
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Trying to go plant-based while still craving a burger? The Renaissance Bangkok’s all-day takeaway menu has you covered with their Beyond Meat Burger. Whether you’re getting the Pappardelle Paesana or Larb Moo Burger, there’s a hodgepodge of cuisines — Chinese, Thai, or Italian — so you have the option to switch it up throughout the day.
Order via Renaissance Bangkok LINE Official account or call +662 125 5000
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If you’re not into making your own bread during this time, get your carb fix with warm and freshly baked specialty bread from Elements at The Okura Prestige. Priced at THB 390 per box, The Elements Bread Box includes 2 pieces of their signature Brioche feuilletées, 2 pieces of Soba baguettes, 2 pieces of Goma charcoal soft buns, a bar of French salted butter, and a bar of smoked miso and seaweed butter. Have them delivered to your door or take a break from your desk and pick them up at La Pâtisserie on weekdays from 7 am-7 pm. For weekends/holidays, pick-up requests can be made at the Bell Counter on the ground floor.
Order 48 hours in advance via email at email@example.com or call +662 687 9031
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Take a trip across the Mediterranean sea with ALATi Up the Road, a three-course set menu from different Mediterranean destinations delivered to your doorstep. ALATi’s executive chef Carlo Valenziano created five set menus designed to evoke the flavours of this region so you can get a taste of them while staying in. Each of the four Trips to France, Spain, Italy, and Turkey sets are priced at THB 900++, while the Green and Healthy Trip set is THB 600++.
Order via LINE Man, foodpanda, LINE Official @siamkempinskihotel, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Forget omakase: this new at-home menu from Michelin Plate restaurant Yamazato offers a much more diverse array to satisfy your Japanese food cravings. Grilled eel rice, Japanese egg rolls, Ebiten maki rolls, and premium black cattle sirloin from the Kagoshima Prefecture are all on the menu. If you’re the type to order an entire set to yourself, the bento box and donburi selection will definitely fill you up. There’s a THB 300 order minimum, and you’ll get 30% off on the takeaway and delivery menus (except the bento and donburi) when ordering directly with the hotel.
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Modern Thai fine-dining restaurant TAAN’s delivery menu packs the flavours of their dine-in menus into the convenience of single rice dishes. If you miss getting quick meals during your office lunch hours, TAAN’s single rice dishes like the Sea Prawn Yellow Curry or the Beef Cheek Holy Basil can give you some comfort while you’re working from home. Or get a boost of sugar with desserts like Thai Tea Custard with fermented rice and rose crumble. Get 15% off your order when you search for TAAN on Foodpanda, LINE Man, or GrabFood.
Order via LINE Official @taanbangkok, LINE Man, foodpanda, and GrabFood
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Look no further than Tr.EAT by Saneh Jaan for casual Thai dishes such as Yum Won Sen Moo, Roti Geang Kiew Waan Gai, Geang Leung Pla Kaphong Kai Jiew, or Pad Thai Goong Sod. They’re even offering 20% off orders via their LINE Official account @sindhornmitown.
Delivery is free within the Langsuan and Tonson areas with an order minimum of THB 300, while delivery in other areas will require additional fees via Grab Messenger.
Order via LINE Official @sindhornmidtown or call +662 796 8888
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