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Best Thai restaurants doing delivery and takeout in Hong Kong

From pad Thai to satay, green curry to khao soi, these have it all

By Sam Evans
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Thai cuisine is among the most celebrated in the world, with its diverse range of flavours from dreamily aromatic to burn-your-tongue spicy, and from stodgy and meaty to light and bouncy – looking at you, pad Thai. There's no cuisine on earth like it, and that's the reason so many of us Hongkongers love a good yellow curry, or a crunchy, soupy khao soi.

We've got more than our fair share of Thai spots dotted around the city, but in times like this when eating out may be off the table – forgive the pun – for some, we can all take comfort in the fact that some of our very favourites are doing delivery and takeaway. Here are some of the best in the city that are offering dishes for you to eat in the comfort of home.

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Thai restaurants doing delivery and takeaway

namo
namo
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Namo Avant Thai

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui East

the Tsim Sha Tsui East area has been making a comeback for some time now, and Namo stands as one of the institutions responsible for this, as a breezy, modern Thai outlet that preaches good food and good times.

If you're not feeling dining in and taking in the harbour-side views, then get delivery instead with their extensive for-delivery menu. For starters, there are Thai delights such as rice paper rolls with avocado ($88) and salads, most notably the green papaya salad with shrimp ($68). Moving onto mains, we recommend the Thai-style striploin ($228) or the chicken massaman curry ($168). For the more soup inclined, you can't go wrong with an order of the sweet and meaty king prawn tom yum ($98).

Ruam food
Ruam food
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Ruam

Restaurants Thai Wan Chai

This vibrant nook overlooking Wan Chai's trendy Ship Street takes its name from the Thai word meaning "to gather". Gathering in large groups might not be at the top of your list right now, but luckily this neighbourhood eatery's delivery menu hits all the right notes.

From Sai Krok Isan – rice and pork sausage with sliced ginger and chili ($78) – to duck leg with red curry and banana chilies ($188), there's something for every Thai food fan here. For those with many mouths to feed, the tasting sets come in sizes ranging from two people ($596) to 10 people ($2500), so big families can be sure to have a Thai night in!

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Samsen Shueng Wan
Samsen Shueng Wan
Samsen Sheung Wan

Samsen (Sheung Wan)

Restaurants Thai Sheung Wan

Since opening in Wan Chai back in 2016, Samsen has gained droves of loyal fans and a stellar reputation for serving up some of the best damn Thai fare in Hong Kong, and the new venture in Sheung Wan is no different. whether ordering the zingy grilled chicken and wing bean salad ($118) or the headliner khao soi ($148) – which is absolutely delicious to the point of rivaling the legendary boat noodles at the original Wan Chai branch – you can't go wrong here. They don't do delivery, but they do the next best thing (takeout), so call ahead of time and then simply pick up your food for a satisfying night in.

Soul Food Thai food
Soul Food Thai food
Soul Food Thai

Soul Food Thai

Restaurants Thai Soho

This popular Thai eatery from the Black Sheep Restaurants group has some scrumptious eats sure to satiate those with a good Thai food craving. For starters, why not go for the coconut, peanut and red-curry doused chicken satay (4 pieces for $98), before going on to the larger dishes like soft shell pad Thai ($148), or the ubiquitous green chicken curry ($158). Note that takeaway and delivery is only available here Fridays through Sundays.

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Chachawan crab omelet
Chachawan crab omelet
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Chachawan

Restaurants Sheung Wan

Chachawan has always been among the most popular Thai spots in the city, and we're pleased to announce that they're doing delivery! With four dinner sets – ranging from three mains and a dessert for $498, and a whopping four mains, two salads, one veg dish, four rice and two desserts ($1170) – there's something here to feed every-sized group. 

For those wanting al la carte, Chachawan's got you covered, with offerings like khor moo yung – pork collar marinated in garlic and coriander ($168) – and gluten-free goong golae – tiger prawns somethered in red curry ($198), you can now enjoy a Chachawan Thai feast in the comfort of your living room!

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