Sandos, or Japanese-style sandwiches have taken Thailand by storm. There are many places that offer sando sandwiches but there are few that are delivering it. From wagyu options to completely vegan options, here are the many ways you can enjoy sandos in Bangkok at home.
There are many restaurants in Bangkok that are well-known for their sandos, yet when the craving hits and you don’t want to go out, it’s best to order for delivery. Read on for our top picks.
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You can order the Japanese sando through the Line or the Line Man application from Lucky Fish. They offer a variety of sandos with options like the Wagyu Sando or the Tempura Sea Bass Sando with Yuzu & Avocado. Originally available at The 72 Courtyard Lucky Fish outlet, they can now be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home, too.
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KRBB The Boutique Butcher brings in prime meats for their signature Japanese sando. Loved by regulars and newcomers they are now available for ordering through Line or Line Man. Their katsu sando is extremely popular for the premium quality of meat. If you are a sando lover, the KRBB The Boutique Butcher is a must.
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For all our vegan and vegetarian friends, don’t worry about missing out because we’ve got your back. At Vistro, there’s a Vagyu Sando on the menu, that consists of battered Beyond Meat between two pieces of wholewheat toast and tonkatsu sauce. It’s 100% plant-based.
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Long a beloved brunch spot, Luka Bangkok has brought out its own take of the Japanese sando. Introducing their sando with a meatloaf instead of the classic wagyu, it’s definitely an interesting option to try. Order their version of the Japanese sando through Line, Line Man or via Grab Food.
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