When you’re busy and tired, a ready-made meal for the family can be a lifesaver. Turn to these delivery services that will bring your favourite restaurants’ dishes right to your door.
Regional delivery company Food Panda makes eating in easy. Enter your sub-district to search for participating restaurants in your area, and order by phone or online. There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from, with loads of choices, from fast food to specialized cuisines such as Thai, Japanese, Indian, Western, Italian, Vietnamese and more. You can also order from dessert cafes and bakeries. Delivery costs and time are determined by each individual restaurant.
For quick meals such as sandwiches, burgers, pizza or tacos, turn to ChefsXP. There’s no mark-up on food prices and a reasonable delivery fee. Some restaurants require a specific minimum order value or delivery area restriction. Ordering online is fairly seamless; it usually takes up to an hour from the time you place an order to the time your food arrives.
Ginja is a relatively newcomer on the restaurant delivery scene but they have an extensive network of restaurants, eateries and dessert shops. Ordering is easily done online or via Facebook messenger (where you can even browse menu options). After an order is placed, Ginja keeps you updated on every step of your order. Each establishment will specify their own minimum order amount and delivery fee. Delivery is quite fast, usually within the hour after you order.
Earlier this year, the LINE messaging system introduced Line Man, an on-demand “personal assistant” app. One of the services includes ordering and pick up from stores and restaurants. You can browse a list that includes over a thousand establishments, from sit-down restaurants to open air eateries. Delivery charges depends on how far the delivery person has to travel to get to and from the point of origin to the point of delivery, starting at 55 baht. You can also track the progress of your order via the app.