With restaurants temporarily — or partially — closed down, we can’t deny Covid-19 is really a killjoy for us foodies.

Yet with restaurants being as wonderfully creative minds as they are in Bangkok, city dwellers continue to be fuelled with great food through delivery services even as we are sheltering in. These culinary institutes make dining in feel like dining out and continue to delight our everyday life during the pandemic. This week, we’ve curated five fine dining venues that are doling out fine fare to your doorstep. If you’re not ready to dine out just yet, let’s take your at-home meals up a notch and turn your dining room into a white-tablecloth restaurant for a day.

[Hero Image Credit: Stage; Featured Image Credit: JHOL]

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JHOL

JHOL is all about umami-rich fare with flair. The restaurant serves up scrumptious Southern coastal Indian staples touched with haute-cuisine elegance. Even with their delivery menu, expect nothing short of excellence. Opt for their combo meal featuring one starter, one main, one dessert, and one drink of your choice. Our tip? we highly recommend Masala Muska Bun for starter and Malvani Chicken for main. Their Whole Spring Chicken Combo which comes with Kerala-style roasted spring chicken, gunpowder chips, salad, and kombucha is also a great set perfect for sharing. A la carte delivery menu is also available if you’re not into a set meal.

Order via Line: jholbkk

[Image credit: JHOL]

Address
JHOL, 7 2 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Bangkok
Website
Phone
+662 004 7174
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Restaurant Stage

Looking for sophistication? Look for Stage. The French and global-inspired restaurant always wows us with their new innovative tasting menus and now they will continue to surprise with real-deal scrumptiousness via their delivery menu focused on ramen. No, it’s not your ordinary Japanese noodle bowl, though. Their version comes with fine-dining twists — think, Roasted Beef Truffle Ramen and Lobster Ramen. The menu also features their all-time signatures like the Truffle Hot Dog, Lobster Roll, and their buttery, ultra-flakey Butter Croissant.

Order via Line: stagebkk

[Image credit: Restaurant Stage]

Address
Restaurant Stage, 359/2-3 1st Floor, Ekkamai Rd, Khlong Tan, Watthana, Bangkok
Website
Phone
+6683 623 4444
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Il Fumo

If the idea of ordering food from your favourite fine dining haunt doesn’t suffice, then Private Dining at Home by Chef Nelson Amorim of Il Fumo should be your move. Take delight in his tailor-made menu curated especially for your dinner with a price starting from 2,500++ per person. Although the restaurant is now temporarily closed, diners can still enjoy his progressive Portuguese fare. 

For more information, check out their social media or call +6681 620 8879 or email nelson@ilfumo.co.

[Image credit: Il Fumo]

Address
Il Fumo, 1098 Rama IV Road, Sathorn, Bangkok
Website
Phone
+6681 620 8879
4
Sorn

Stay strong, stay fiery. Sorn together with Baan Ice will spice up your humdrum meal at home with their Southern-style fermented rice noodle set comprising of the silky rice noodle, crab curry, green curry, Southern fried chicken, and so much more. Diners can pick between a small (THB 1,800 for 1-2 persons) and large set (THB 3,500 for 4-6 persons).

Order via Line @baanicerestaurant

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Address
56, Sukhumvit 26 Alley , Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok
Website
Phone
+6699 081 1119
5
Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey

Transport yourself to Japan with delivery meals from Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey. The progressive kaiseki-style Japanese restaurant is an oasis of umami and pristine ingredients imported from Japan. Now doing takeaway and delivery, discerning diners can take delight in their fare within the comfort of your home. Must-tries from Kintsugi include Grilled Hamachi, Grilled Australian Wagyu MB6, Wagyu Gyudon, and Burnt Cheese Cake.

Order via  +662 650 8800 or Line: @theatheneehotel

[Image credit: Kintsugi]

Address
Kintsugi Bangkok by Jeff Ramsey, 3 Fl., The Athenee Hotel Bangkok, 61 Wireless Road, Lumphini, Bangkok
Website
Phone
+662 650 8800
Kankanit Wichiantanon
Kankanit is a writer by day and a baker by night. If there’s one thing you should know about her, it’s that she can wax poetic about food 24/7. Her daily routine is writing, cooking, eating, repeat. They are the things that inspire her from morning 'til night.