Bangkok's best fried pork you can order through delivery apps

Feast on some of Bangkok's most drool-worthy crispy fried pork delights without leaving your desk.

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Looking to feast on heavenly fried pork without leaving your couch? We've got you covered. 

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Moo Tord On Sorn

Moo Tord On Sorn may be new to the scene being only a year old, but it's already well known to fried pork fanatics. Moo Tord Chom Pa Lung (pictured)—a rice topping dish with kra pao moo (stir-fried pork with basil), roasted pork, fried pork, fried pork belly, fried chicken, pork sausage, Chinese sausage and boiled egg—was one its most famous delights.

Available on Grab and GET. 

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Jae Jong

One of Bangkok's best-known parlors for fried pork, Jae Jong has been serving aromatic and crispy fried pork for more than a decade. The legendary eatery now serves khao gaeng-style fare or curry with rice at various locations around Bangkok.

Available on Grab and GET

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Khao Moo Tod Thapra

This three-year-old fried pork shop may be a new player in the scene, but its redevelopment of generations-old recipes for the modern palate has allowed it to rise. The eatery’s fame is mostly attributed to its crispy fried pork, which is best eaten with a hard-boiled egg. The fried chicken is also a can’t-miss.

Available on GET

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Bun Bun Fried Pork

What started out as an online restaurant delivering fried pork meals is now a full-fledged restaurant. Bun Bun Fried Pork was founded by a family who, dissatisfied with the fried pork options in Bangkok, decided to offer dishes made using their own recipes. 

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Baan Khaek Fried Pork

Located at the Baan Khaek intersection, this eatery is known for serving fried pork marinated in a special dressing made with fish sauce. For more flavorful bites, dunk the pork in their spicy tamarind dip. The leng (pork bone) soup is also recommended.

Available on Grab and GET

  

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