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Posted 2005-06-15 20:20:59
Apart from Pizza Company and Burger King, what restaurants or fast food outlets offer home delivery in Chiang Mai?
Posted 2005-06-16 06:15:20
Burger King 281358 Chiang Inn Plaza 100/1 Chang Khlan Rd.,
T. Chang Khlan,
Chiang Mai 50100 Fax: 281358
Posted 2005-06-16 06:17:22
Chester's Grill: 12 Huai Kaew Branch 404370
12 Huai Kaew Building Flr 2,
Huai Kaew Rd,
Chiang Mai 50300
Chester's Grill: Kad Suan Kaew Branch 894379
Kad Suan Kaew Flr 2,
Huai Kaew Rd.,
Chiang Mai 50200
Posted 2005-06-16 09:46:56
KFC Definatley, I think I read on another Forum that the new Subway also delivers
Posted 2005-06-16 18:14:04
There is also a Japanese place called Kitamond that has good sushi, etc. Tel: 053-204-100. manager named: Assamaporn and speaks good English.
Also: McDonald's: 053-818-511-2
We've also used Subway, but more often than not the delivery person is not there...
Posted 2005-06-16 21:31:17
The fish & chips joint delivers, but the food is terrible, in my experience.
Amazing sandwich delivers, too.
RUAM MIT BAKERY, 111-13 Chiangmai-Lamphun Rd. Tel. 053 262427-8. Call for home delivery. Cookies, breads, baked goods. Bulk ground coffee.
Some restaurants will 'adjust' their delivery policy for 100 baht delivery charge, or a minimum order of , lets say, 500 baht.
Buissiomo (sp?) on Mae Jo road.
Posted 2005-06-17 19:03:04
Just give a call. If very busy, might take a while. Otherwise no problems. (No delivery charge but look for min 150 Bt order.)
Posted 2005-09-29 18:04:39
I guess right now, many of us are praying that the little lady in the Klong Boat from the floating market will arrive, with all the great makings for noodle soup (Praetheow).
Forget the pizza delivery guy unless his Honda Dream has had floats installed.....
Posted 2005-09-30 07:12:12
Pizza Hut, KFC, Burger King, Subways, etc? Freaking pathetic if you ask me. Why are you folks even bothering to live in Thailand?
Posted 2006-11-05 20:08:09
Chan hen duay (I agree). That's not food, it's heart attacks on two wheels. And it supports MNC's instead of local business people (apart from those unfortunate enough to have to work for rip-off wages at paper-hat jobs).
Posted 2006-11-05 20:36:50
All of the local fast food, except for Pizza Hut, are owned by Thai companies...Chan hen duay (I agree). That's not food, it's heart attacks on two wheels. And it supports MNC's instead of local business people (apart from those unfortunate enough to have to work for rip-off wages at paper-hat jobs).
Posted 2006-11-05 20:46:36
Are we to assume that you never ate Thai, Chinese, Mexican or any other "foreign food" in your country?
Altho I have to admit that Burger King and KFC are about as close to American "cultural cuisine" as you can get, eh?
Posted 2006-11-05 21:01:15
This is good information. I love Thai and farang food. One of the perks for living in Chiang Mai is these farang restaurants are here. Sometimes it's nice to order out every now and then.
I think if more Thai restaurants had Thai menus I would order out from there too.
Perhaps all this info should be pinned at the top of the Chiang Mai forum.
Posted 2006-11-05 21:28:29
Not according to http://research.mull...roducts/reportsAll of the local fast food, except for Pizza Hut, are owned by Thai companies...
which claims that YUM International (a US listed parent company) directly owns 270 KFC's and Pizza Hut outlets in Thailand. 90% of KFC's in Thailand are owned by YUM and the Central Hotel & Resorts group.
According to the same report, Mc Donalds was originally owned by a Thai franchisee but is NOW owned and directed by its US parent company.
Posted 2006-11-05 21:55:45
I've ordered Delivery from hel_l's Kitchen (ribs). They have some kind of agreement with the restaurant next to them (Naples Pizzeria). Food is good at both places.
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