Experience food at your fingertips during this semi-lockdown.
By Ashima Sethi
House of Chaats by Madhu Pawa offers a wide range of homemade Indian snacks, appetisers, and main dishes. Highlights include Vegetarian momos, Gol gappa chaat, Samosa chaat, and Bhel puri.
Blasting Bites are best known for their fusion baos that are also fit for vegans! Options include the Vegan triple b (THB 190), which has spicy larb sandwiched between two fluffy buns; the Curry on (THB 190), where your choice of tofu or chicken katsu is served with homemade curry; and many more.
Tasty Fusions specialises in fusion bites, sauces, and dips so you can elevate your snack game at home. Recommended items include Kraphao hummus bites (THB 129 for four slices), and vegan kraphao or tandoori mayonnaise that you can pair with various nibbles (THB 100 per bottle).
Check out Munch Box BKK if you’re looking for vegetarian or vegan meals, as well as tiffin services. Hearty dishes they’ve served in the past include classic Matar mushroom masala, Vegan prawn kofta curry that is crafted using plant-based items, and moreish Vegan chilli chicken.
OMG’s Veggie Delites offers a range of vegetarian-friendly dishes, spanning classic Indian and more fusion Indo-Mex varieties. From biryanis to quesadillas, wraps, and even vada pav, there’s a lot to be tempted by on their menu.
For a mix of traditional Thai dishes and fusion creations, check out Royal Thai Cuisine’s extensive menu that spans favourites like Thai salads, curries, and noodle items, as well as creative dishes like Red curry gnocchi, Penne pad keemao, and Pita kraphao.
The Hungry Herbivore specialises in delicious meat-free cuisine encompassing fresh bread, rolls, chutneys, salads, and burgers. Examples include the Crisp & spicy burger where paneer is coated in a crunchy blend and topped with tandoori mayo and the Chic ‘n’ ranch chickpea and falafel burger. Instagram: @thehungryherbivorebkk
For those with a sweet tooth, Pawa Kitchen dishes up vegetarian and eggless cakes in flavours like chocolate, marble, lemon, and butter, as well as other delights spanning cookies, coconut and besan burfi, nankhatai, and more.
Serving vegetarian, vegan, and jain food, there’s plenty on the menu at Namkeenz & More. Delights you can expect include Pani puri (THB 100), Khaman dhokla and chutney (THB 250), Rajasthani dahi vada (THB 40 per piece), Hara bhara kebab (THB 30 per piece), as well as other types of street-style Indian snacks.
For low calorie Indian food that doesn’t sacrifice flavour, browse through Pami’s Kitchen’s offerings. From fresh mutton, chicken, and vegetarian biryanis to frozen snacks and their tempting All-in-one thali (THB 359) comprising of a curry, biryani, raita, samosa, and naan, there’s something for everyone. Instagram: @pamikitchenbkk
Specialising in homemade Indian food crafted with no preservatives, Grandma’s Kitchen dishes up several non-veg and vegetarian Indian and international dishes encompassing rolls, tikkis, pakodas, chaats, curries, biryanis, daal dishes, and pastas.
The Good Bite by Shweta serves a mix of vegetarian mains and snacks. On the menu are much-loved nibbles like Mumbai-inspired Frankies (THB 100), tangy Papdi chaat (THB 70), moreish Pav bhaji (THB 120), as well as hearty curries spanning Paneer butter masala (THB 150), Dal makhani (THB 130), and more.
Craving Calories by Poly serves delicious Thai fare with menus changing daily so make sure to keep a lookout. They’ve previously dished up delights like Veg phad kuay tiew lord (THB 80), Tom yum fried rice (THB 120), Khao soi (THB 90) and eggless, alcohol-free Tiramisu (THB 120).
For a range of authentic Thai recipes, look no further than Rani’s Recipe by Kiss. From fusion spaghetti in flavours like keemao and namphrik ong to kuay tiew dishes, yums and salads, and rice dishes, there’s plenty to choose from.
Focusing on finger food, Tashi Momos offers a range of traditional and fusion snacks served with a signature chilli dip. Flavours include their Signature chicken momos (THB 100), Paneer tikka momos (THB 100), Vegan momos (THB 100), and their bestselling, Pesto prawn spring rolls (THB 140).
Curry from Home delivers simple, affordable, and healthy home-cooked food to offices and households around Bangkok every week. With a frequently changing menu, some of the items they specialise in include Indian chicken curry with onion rice, Yellow pakoda curry, and Butterchicken with naan.
Mismyle Kitchen offers healthy fusion snacks like Larb tuna tikki and mini burgers, as well as a range of freshly baked bagels in flavours like jalapeño cheddar, cinnamon and cranberry, sesame, and whole wheat that are best enjoyed with their various spreads.
Browse through Ekta’s Kitchen to check out her variety of sauces and dips ranging from classic Arrabiata (THB 100), Pink (THB 200), and Pesto (THB 220) sauce for pasta, to bottled Pizza sauce (THB120), and your choice of Beetroot, Basil, or Original hummus (THB 100-120). The store also does cakes on order. Instagram: @ektassss
If you’re a fan of fusion cuisine, from GingerNGarlic, you can order frozen Indian delicacies like kebabs and marinated meats, hot dogs, fusion pizzas, as well as homemade chocolates (THB 120 for a set of six), cookies, and healthy energy balls (THB 200 per box) if you have a sweet tooth! Instagram: @gingerngarlicbkk
Love U Knead bake fresh, artisanal, eggless 100 percent vegetarian bread with vegan, gluten-free, keto, and sugar-free options. All preservative-free. You can expect everything from French croissants to brioches and challah bread, and they take orders from Monday to Friday with cheap delivery to the Sukhumvit area! Instagram: love_u_knead
The Magic Block has been crafting vegetarian and vegan cakes, fondant cakes, brownies, cookies, and desserts, for years and they are committed to creating an experience for all customers, specialising in custom designs that will make your special day even more magical. Her newest cake is the Biscoff self-drizzle waterfall, check it out on social media. Instagram: @themagicblock
Skm Foodies offers a ton of different salad varieties and vegetarian food of various cuisines, from Indian to Thai dishes. So whether you are Jain, vegan, or vegetarian, you can count on Skm Foodies to serve fresh, delicious cuisine. Browse their social media pages for weekly updates about their food.
This is by no means the full list of home chefs who are now offering delivery via their social platforms, so make sure to browse to keep your lunches and dinners interesting! If you’re offering home-style food delivery, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured as part of our web article.