Food takeout and delivery options in Bangkok
Restaurants are one of the hardest-hit businesses during this global novel coronavirus pandemic. Empty dining rooms are not an unusual sight as people are preferring to stay in rather than eat out. Many restaurants have started offering delivery services to make sure their kitchen staff and service crew are financially supported during the crisis.
Best donut shops in Bangkok
If we can remember right, the Bangkokian’s obsession with the donut reached its apex when sugar-craving sweet tooths formed queues in front of Siam Paragon the first time Krispy Kreme came to the city. This fixation lasted a couple of months but eventually died down, our fickle palates developing a taste for other imported treats. Recently, however, the donut seems to have gotten back in the game—craft donut shops have been mushrooming across the city, offering everything from treats filled with creative fillings to baked goodies paired with fried chicken. We list down some of the best shops that have revived the city’s obsession with the donut.
Thonglor’s best cheap restaurants
Thonglor has a reputation for being home to the city’s swankiest restaurants, from from high-end omakase eateries to Michelin-starred dining dens. Similarly, it’s also known as a haven for cheap and cheerful dining options where you can eat delicious food without necessarily emptying out your pockets. For Thonglor residents and visitor who’d rather not pay B300 for a meal each time, here’s our recommendations of the best cheap eateries in Thonglor. Read more: Best cheap eats in Bangkok
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Blind taste test: Who has the best iced matcha latte in Bangkok?
Many will agree (tea purists and the lactose-intolerant excluded) that matcha green tea is best drank as a latte, where the bitter taste of this intensely flavored tea blends perfectly with the rich creaminess of milk, leaving a sweet aftertaste on your palate. Many shops across Bangkok deliver pretty good matcha green tea lattes (iced, of course, as we live in a city where summer never ends), but we’re trying to figure out which one makes the best concoction—that sipper that has the perfect balance of sweet, bitter, aromatic and creamy. We put on our blindfolds, and sip our way through the iced matcha lattes of eight of the city’s most popular tea shops to find out which one deserves a spot in our hearts. Note: All drinks were purchased on the same day and around the same time for a blind test conducted by our staffers at the Time Out Bangkok office. This review is purely based on the staffers’ opinions, and was not, in any way or kind, sponsored.