Late-night delivery services in Bangkok


Late-night delivery services in BangkokImages adapted from: @rosey_riot, @mekpiisua and @punproxl

With restaurants and eateries slowly beginning to open their doors, Bangkokians all around are rejoicing as we can get to eat our fave foods again. However, it’s still important for us to be cautious amid COVID-19. The nationwide curfew also doesn’t allow us to enjoy many of our well-loved supper spots just yet.

So, if you’d still like to stay at home and order in, here are 8 eateries that offer late-night delivery to satisfy your cravings no matter the time.

Note: All restaurants can be contacted directly via telephone, or found on delivery apps such as Grab and Lineman (may differ depending on the stall)

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1. Khao Man Kai Jeh Ouan


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Khao Man Kai Jeh Ouan is well-known for its chicken rice, which the stall has been selling for over 30 years. Customers especially love its fragrant jasmine rice, which is tradionally cooked with a rich scent of charcoal.

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Aside from the must-orders, Steamed Chicken Rice (฿50| Extra ฿60) and Deep Fried Chicken Rice (฿50| Extra ฿60), a selection of noodles dishes (฿50-฿60) with homemade egg noodles are also on offer. 

And for those who cannot make a decision between what sort of chicken to get, order the Khao Man Kai Super (฿70) for both steamed and fried chicken. 

Khao Man Kai Jeh Ouan
Address: 2008/22-23-24 Soi Phahonyothin, Sena Nikhom, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900.
Opening Hours: 24-hours | During the night curfew, the store is open until 10PM
Nearest Train Station: Kasetsart University BTS
Telephone: +66 95 565 6262
Website


2.  Go Boo Rod Zing 


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For someone who’s always up for a spicy meal at night, Go Boo Rod Sing is ready to serve you tom yum noodles – the stall is famous for its hot and rich soup made from their signature chilli paste. 

Food delivery in BangkokThe dried version is still rich in hot and savoury flavours
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Tom Yum Noodles With Soft Boiled Egg (฿55) is a must-try item here and you can top-up ฿10 for their juicy wontons. 

Don’t hesitate to order Crispy Wonton Sheets (฿6) to add some crunchy texture to your dish. 

Goo Boo Rod Zing At Nawamin
Address: 93 Nawamin Rd, Khlong Chan, Bang Kapi District, Bangkok 10240.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew, the store is closed before 10PM
Telephone: +66 85 180 8105


3. A Ramen


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If spice ain’t your jam, opt for the milder but just as delicious Japanese-style soup from A Ramen

Their restaurant IRL has been following social distancing way before the virus too, with individual booths for customers to enjoy their noodles in peace.

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Their homemade ramen that is prepared every day, together with its fresh ingredients and rich pork-based soup will warm up your stomach before bedtime. 

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A Ramen
Address: Available at Rama 9 Soi 49, Ladkrabang, Little Walk Bangna, Major Ratchayothin, and T.T.N Avenue.
Opening Hours: Rama 9 Soi 49 from 11AM-8PM | Ladkrabang from 10AM-9PM | Little Walk Bangna from 11AM-9PM | Major Ratchayothin from 6AM-9PM , and T.T.N Avenue from 9AM-8.30PM
Telephone: +66 2 121 1989
Website


4. Jokemoothong


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Thai rice porridge with all toppings (฿60)

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Because it’s considered to be breakfast in Thailand, joke (porridge) stores are mostly open only in the mornings – or till evening at most. Luckily, Jokemoothong can serve you at any time you want. 

Joke Moo or Thai rice porridge with pork is ฿45 and ฿50 with egg. What makes the store different is their signature Thai Rice Porridge with All Toppings (฿60). The dish comes with extra toppings like shiitake, straw mushroom, and carrots, making it a nutritious meal.

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Rice porridge is always my favourite late-night meal because it’s soft, warm, and easy to digest. Plus, I don’t have to feel super full before going to bed. 

Jokemoothong
Address: 49 Sathupradit Rd., Thung Wat Don, Sathon, Bangkok 10120.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew 4AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 88 499 8842
Website


5. Ouan Kingpetch 


Late-night delivery services in Bangkok
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Sweet tooths can also get their sugar fix all-day, all-night, with desserts from Ouan Kingpetch. This place offers toasts with tons of toppings and sauces together with quirky pastel-coloured milk and other refreshing drinks. 

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The signature Grilled Buns start at ฿20 with different toppings, and Boba Toasts (starting at ฿20) that will delight BBT fans anywhere.

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Drinks start at ฿20
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Ouan Kingpetch
Address: 234 Soi Phetchaburi 10, Phetchaburi Rd, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew 5AM-9.30PM
Telephone: +66 2 215 8522
Website


6. Kaa Moo Tee Sam – stewed pork leg


Late-night delivery services in BangkokMixed Stewed Pork (฿120)
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ขาหมูตี 3 (Kaa Moo Tee Sam) serves stewed pork leg with rice, and not just till 3am as its name would suggest. The stall is normally open 24/7, but currently is open until 9pm due to the curfew.

The restaurant is located not far from Yaowarat Road and has been operating for over 30 years now. 

Fun fact: The shop used to be open until 3am, but due to a huge increase in customers who would pop by for a meal, they extended their opening hours to be 24 hours.

Late-night food in BangkokImages adapted from: @mhunoiii and @kaosang555

What to order? Stewed Pork Leg With Rice (฿40| Extra ฿50), of course. Those on a no-carb diet can also order just the pork on its own at ฿120

The restaurant is usually open 24-hours and is closed every Tuesday and Wednesday of the third week of each month. During Bangkok;s night curfew, the store opens from 8AM-9PM until.

Kaa Moo Tee Sam
Address: Soi Charoen Krung 25, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok 10100.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew 8AM-9PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Wat Mangkon MRT
Telephone: +66 83 082 9036
Website


7. Jaw Nuea Chok Chai 4 


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Meat lovers shouldn’t miss Jaw Nuea at Chok Chai 4, with their juicy meats which is grilled fresh to order. 

They also serve affordable Japanese-style donburis starting at ฿89. You can select what parts of meat you’d like from, rib eye, chuck, brisket, or diced meat. There is also US Angus beef or Jyo Karubi (special short rib) available to try here. 

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If you love a juicy runny egg yolk, the Seasoned Gyudon (฿139) is what you are looking for. The dish comes with your choice of meat, a runny egg, and crunchy sliced shallots. Pork and chicken are also on offer too. 

The store normally opens 24/7, but operates from 4AM-10PM every day during the COVID-19 night curfew.

Jaw Nuea Chok Chai 4
Address: 213 Chok Chai 4 Rd., Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew 4AM-10PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Lat Phrao MRT
Telephone: +66 83 428 2362
Website


8. Chokdee Dimsum – steamed and fried dim sum


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Rice or noodles might be too hearty for a night-time meal, so Chokdee Dimsum can be an alternative for a light meal and snacks. 

There are over 30 selections of Chinese dumplings and over 15 deep-fried snacks. Their signature dishes are the Giant Dumpling (฿45/piece), which features an oversized pork wonton topped with salted egg, and Golden Fish (฿33/2 pieces) a pair of cute fish-shaped dumplings filled with minced shrimp. 

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There are other choices of dim sum that you can find here. They also offer egg noodles and rice dishes starting at ฿69

Over 18 brunches are ready to serve you freshly cooked items. Visit their website or Facebook for more details of each branch. Due to the night curfew, Chokdee Dimsum is open from 6PM-10PM. 

Chokdee Dimsum
Address: Over 18 branches around Bangkok. Conveniently order via different delivery applications.
Opening Hours: 24-hour | During the night curfew 6PM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 2 563 4061
Website


Bangkok is a 24/7 food paradise 


Street food is the real attraction of Bangkok even in the time of COVID-19. Some eateries on the list have super long queues on a normal day, so this is a good time to try them out without needing to wait in line.

Besides, you will have your trusty delivery riders to take care of your food until it reaches your front door. 

Note: Due to the night curfew, some restaurants have to change their store timings. Don’t forget to call or visit their website before making an order to double check!

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