10 Must-Try Places for Thai Food Delivery in Manila - When In Manila

10 Must-Try Places for Thai Food Delivery in Manila – When In Manila

While we’re waiting to finally get the chance to travel the world again, the next best thing would be to enjoy international food! If you miss the beautiful and colorful Kingdom of Thailand paired with their flavorful and aromatic dishes, you can still enjoy their delicious food even in the comforts of your home.

Here are 10 restaurants around Metro Manila that can deliver your Thai food favorites straight to your doorstep. (PS. This list is not in any order)

Muang Thai has been a neighborhood favorite in Quezon City for more than 20 years. They’ve got classic Thai dishes on their menu that are all absolutely delicious. It’s definitely not a surprise that they’ve been in the city serving Thai classics to the neighborhood for a long time.

Some of their must-tries are their Gai Hor Bai Toey, which is Thai pandan-wrapped chicken served with their delicious soy-sesame sauce. Another dish that will make you return to Muang Thai is their Thai Fried Chicken Skin which is deep-fried chicken skin tossed in flavorful Thai spices that will tickle your tastebuds.

You can order from Muang Thai through GrabFood App, PickARoo App, or through their social media.

Follow Muang Thai on social media:

Photo from Made in Bangkok

One must-try menu item from Made in Bangkok is their Tom Yum Puff-Noods. They are made of crispy noodles that become softer when you pour in the tom yum soup. It also has whole jumbo prawns that taste perfect with sour, spicy, and creamy soup.

Another dish to try is the Wagyu Steak Box which includes Thai steak rice, green curry salt, and generously drizzled with tamarind steak sauce—definitely a new twist to the classic steak!

Made in Bangkok is a new Makati-based brand by the creators of Ginza Gyu and Mama Cha with Chef Fran Lim, and their menu is just as tasty as these well-known food brands.

You can order from Made in Bangkok through madeinbangkok.ph or their Instagram account.

Follow Made in Bangkok on social media:

Smile Elephant has been around in Kapitolyo since 2016, and it is already known in the community as one of the area’s go-to Thai restaurants.

Many of their regular customers only have great reviews for the restaurant, with some of them even being pleasantly surprised that the modest restaurant serves flavorful and delicious food. People who have visited Thailand also say that Smile Elephant offers authentic dishes.

You can order from Smile Elephant through Grab Food or through Foodpanda here!

Follow Smile Elephant on social media:
Facebook: Smile Elephant Thai Restaurant

Same Same is a hole-in-the-wall food spot in Kapitolyo that takes inspiration from the traditional Thai street food markets.

They offer must-try Thai satay with delicious spiciness and two savory dips that will give such a well-rounded explosion of flavors.

Because they take after the iconic Thailand street food markets, you can expect a delicious culinary experience at an affordable price point.

You can order from Same Same through their social media or through Foodpanda here!

Follow Same Same on social media:

The Thai Plate is a local restaurant in Tejeros started by a group of Thai chefs. They offer a wide variety of flavorful and tasty rice meals, savory meat dishes, and deliciously spicy curry.

Their traditional Thai milk tea has also been recommended by many of their regular customers.

You can order from The Thai Plate through their social media or through Foodpanda here!

Follow The Thai Plate on social media:

5. My Thai Mama

My Thai Mama takes pride in delivering authentic homecooked Thai dishes created by a Thai mama.

One of their bestselling dishes is the Thai-style spring rolls which include their signature dipping. They also offer their homemade bottled Thai sweet chili sauce.

They have generous servings, too!

You can order from My Thai Mama through their social media channels.

Follow My Thai Mama on social media:

If you’re looking for a healthier option but with the same delicious flavors, Tuk Tuk Thai is worth a try.

They’ve got amazing Thai vegetable salads and even a vegetarian version of the classic Pad Thai. Aside from these, their curry dishes have also been highly recommended by their satisfied customers.

You can order from Tuk Tuk Thai through their social media channels or through Foodpanda here if you’re in the Marikina area!

Follow Tuk Tuk Thai on their social media channels:

Crying Tiger Street Kitchen has been one of the go-to restaurants in Poblacion, Makati for those craving flavorful Asian dishes.

Many of their patrons speak highly of their Pad Thai and their hawker-style skewers such as the Chicken Satay and Moo Ping.

This is definitely one of the must-try restaurants in Poblacion.

You can order from Crying Tiger through their social media channels, Grab Food, Lalafood, or through Foodpanda here!

Follow Crying Tiger on social media:

If you’re planning to feed a huge group of people with delicious Thai food, you can check out The Pad Express.

They offer a variety of Pad Thai in different sizes—even serving a whole bilao of this iconic Thai dish.

While the Pad Thai is truly the highlight of their menu, they also have choices of Thai rice meals, appetizers, and even salads.

You can order from The Pad Express through their social media pages, Grab Food, and through Foodpanda here!

1. Krapow

Krapow is one of the most highly recommended places for Thai food delivery in Metro Manila.

They have a beautiful menu of classic Thai dishes, and it seems like their beloved patrons can’t pick a favorite! After you’ve tasted one of their dishes, the next one is always worth a try, too.

If you’re really craving authentic Thai food that your tastebuds will enjoy, Krapow in Makati is one restaurant to try.

You can order from Krapow through their social media channels.

Follow Krapow on social media:

What’s your go-to restaurant for Thai food in Metro Manila? Share it with us!

Do you have a story for the WhenInManila.com Team? Email us at [email protected] or send us a direct message at WhenInManila.com Facebook Page. Join our Viber group to be updated with the latest news!

This content was originally published here.

Scroll to Top