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.
Latest food takeout news and reviews
Sanam Pao rooftop restaurant launches meaty rice bowl created by Top Chef Thailand finalist
Rooftop restaurant and live-music bar Vela rolls out a menu of rice bowl takeaways topped with drool-worthy proteins, a perfect heathy treat for during self-isolation. Created by Top Chef Thailand finalist Tawatchai “Bus” Akarawongwattana, the selection of rice bowl features the likes of a khao dhom haeng (dry version of rice soup cooked with beef broth) topped with braised beef, tender pork chop served with garlic rice and mushroom, and duck leg accompanied with rice cooked with its own fat and bok choi. Noodle items, such as spaghetti with salmon and salted egg, and stir-fried spaghetti with chicken liver, garlic and chili, are also on offer. Not to miss is chef Bus’ signature banana cake, a perfect treat to end your meal. To order, contact @vela.rooftop on Line. Phavitch Theeraphong/Time Out Bangkok Phavitch Theeraphong/Time Out Bangkok
Royal Orchid Sheraton offers affordable 5-star gourmet meals for delivery
Riverside hotel Royal Orchid Sheraton offers fuss-free East-meets-West meal made by high-quality ingredients to feed hungry Bangkokians during self-isolation. Starting from B129 net, you get to choose from a selection of drool-worthy delights like mini pizza calzone; Thai French toast with pork and deep-fried spring rolls; and stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts. Only B20 more will fill you up with more premium items like Caesar Salad with Cajun chicken; Soba noodle salad with smoked salmon; and red curry with pork rib. Also not to miss is the succulent Grilled Shrimp Rosh Boy Foccacia sandwich (B169 net). Royal Orchid Sheraton Royal Orchid Sheraton Royal Orchid Sheraton Royal Orchid Sheraton Place your order through the hotel’s LINE @rosheratonbangkok. You can order from 4:00 AM-7:00 PM. Club Marriott members will enjoy a 30% discount.
Kyo Roll En launches dessert collaboration with local Michelin-acclaimed chefs
Japanese-inspired dessert bar Kyo Roll En teams up with Bangkok’s Michelin-awarded chefs for one-of-a-kind cake roll available for online delivery throughout April. Following Gaggan’s cheesecake roll inspired by his famous dish Lick It Up that requires diners to unabashedly lick the plate, chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn of Le Du is now offering an unconventional pairing of jackfruit and Chiang Mai chocolate in the collaborative dessert that features chocolate crepe roll cake filled with jackfruit fillings and topped with jackfruit sauce. You have until this Sunday (12 April) to order chef Ton’s creation. Next week will be the Suhring’s brothers turn, followed by Supaksorn “Ice” Jongsri of Southern Thai fine-dining restaurant Sorn. You can order Kyo Roll En’s special dessert via Line account @kyorollen and Instagram @kachabro.
Gaggan and Kyo Roll En team up for sensational cake roll
Dej Kewkacha, the creative mind behind Japanese-influence dessert franchise Kyo Roll En teams up with Indian rock star chef Gaggan Anand for addictive, fruit-filled cake roll. Drawing its name from Gaggan’s signature creation “Lick It Up” that requires diners to unabashedly and literally lick the plate, Pick it Up is a sweet indulgence featuring fluffy lock-shaped cake roll filled with light cream cheese, mango pudding and yuzu. It sounds like a perfect self-isolation treat. You can order Pick it Up by contacting Kyo Roll En on Facebook or @kyorollen on Line. The cake is priced at B999 and is limited to 50 servings a day. View this post on Instagram Wish it was lick it up 👅... but to be hygienic and with covid19 in mind let’s pick it up .. here we go please order 50 rolls a day only limited time MANGO 🥭 + Yuzu 🍊 + cheesecake 🧀.. = @kyorollen1 + Gaggan collaboration To order we will free delivery 🚚 .. line : @kyorollen or contact on instagram: @kachabros Enjoy social distance and don’t lick the cake just pick it up #gaggananand #gaggan #lickitup #kyorollen #pickitup A post shared by Gaggan⚡️⚡️Anand (@gaggan_anand) on Mar 30, 2020 at 7:37am PDT
Rang Mahal now offer takeouts, while food delivery will all be taken care of by hotel staffers
Rang Mahal, the Indian restaurant at the Rembrandt Hotel, has long been praised as one of the very best Indian restaurants in Bangkok. Now, the acclaimed eatery Indian restaurant now offers its acclaimed food for takeaway, whether it's the chicken tandoori (B340) or lamb kebab (B290/piece). See the delivery menu here, and call 022617050 to place your order. You can pick up the food at the hotel but if you wish for your food to be delivered straight to your door, delivery will be taken care of by hotel staffers.
One Michelin-starred Paste restaurant is now offering takeaways for delivery
There are so many reasons why Paste captures a place in our gourmet-loving heart, be it the revived ancient recipes or chef Bongkoch Satongul’s careful treatment of high-quality ingredients. Now, we are stoked to learn the swanky Thai restaurant is offering takeaways for delivery during the nationwide shut down period. Enjoy Paste’s signatures on your couch such as watermelon salad with grounded salmon and herbs, a reinterpretation of Thai summer delicacy; Sinhol (Sri Lankan-inspired ancient curry) with goat meat; and an aromatic Southern Thai curry with crab and herbs. There’s also a set menu comprising three or four selections designed for sharing starting from B1,000. You can see the full menu and order via Line @pastebangkok or call 0 2656 1003.
The best khao chae takeaways for delivery in Bangkok
Scorching summer in Thailand is synonymous with Thai summer food like khao chae. The traditional delight features steamed rice soaked in jasmine-scented water and served with savory mix-ins like luk kapi (deep-fried shrimp paste balls), hom daeng yud sai (deep-fried shallots stuffed with shredded pork), prik yuak sod sai (egg wrapped steamed green chili stuffed with minced pork) and moo foi (sweet shredded pork). For this year’s summer, we may miss a chance to enjoy khao chae at your favorite Thai restaurant because of the emergency decree to curb covid-10 pandemic, banning dine-in service at restaurants and eateries. The only option to savor the popular Thai summer food to have them delivered to your door. Here are restaurants, chefs and catering service in Bangkok offering khao chae takeaways for delivery in Bangkok.
The best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Bangkok
Calling veganism a trend is so last year. It’s now a legit lifestyle option, thanks to advocates who relentlessly point out that a meat-free, plant-based diet is beneficial, not just to one's health but to the environment as well. (Did you know that animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions or that the leading cause of rainforest destruction are livestock and feed crops?*) So it’s a good sign that we’re seeing more plant-based establishments cropping up in the city. We’ve rounded up the best vegan and vegetarian restaurants as well as vegan delivery options in the city, from creative vegan eateries to a raw food cafe to a shop that sells plant-based cheese. Whether you’re a full-time vegan, a dabbler in the diet or somewhere in between, any of these places won’t have you asking for meat.
Best gourmet restaurants offering delivery service
Novel coronavirus outbreak puts a disruption onto the dining scene. People are scared to go out and enjoy the meal at their favorite restaurants and staying at home is recommended as the best way to keep yourself protected from the pandemic. Many gourmet restaurants turn to food delivery service to make sure their staff members are financially supported and they manage to survive during the tough time. Craving gourmet food without going out? Here are some restaurants offering delicious meals that you can enjoy on your couch.
Hotel restaurants that are offering home delivery
As the threat of coronavirus hangs over Bangkok, diners have chosen to stay indoors and away from the crowd. But that hasn’t prevented the city’s gourmands from wanting to savor fine food. In response, a few five-star hotels have jumped into the food delivery scene.
The best burgers in Bangkok
Food trends come and go. But burger always captures a place everyone's heart. Big, fat, juicy patty slapped in between soft warm buns is to-die-for mouthful. While fast food chains churn out industrial, sad-looking burgers to feed hungry crowds, a number of burger specialists in Bangkok take their burgers seriously and offer meaty marvels that are heavenly delicious. Here are the burgers that hold a special place in our hearts.