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Bangkok's best websites for online grocery shopping

No more queuing at the cashiers; here are the city's top online supermarkets. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | May 18, 2017

  • Bangkok's best websites for online grocery shopping

Adams Organic

The store grows and sources certified organic fruits and vegetables from Northeastern Thailand. On top of a shop in Saladaeng and local delivery, they now also offer delivery service in Hong Kong.

The goods: A selection of over 70 fruits and vegetables rotating based on seasonality including Western veggies like curly kale, Swiss chard and purple haze carrot. Plus the likes of herbs and spices, edible flowers, eggs and rice.  

Ordering: Each week, they post on the website what’s available and the prices. Order by Tuesday to get your order delivered on Thursday or Friday of the same week. Payment can be made by cash on delivery, bank transfer, Prompt Pay, PayPal or credit cards.

Delivery: They deliver every Thursday and Friday to inner Bangkok and some other locations close to the supermarkets they supply. Delivery fee is B100 with a minimum spend of B500. You can also pick up at their Saladaeng store (no minimum order) or other pick-up locations (B200 minimum).

5/26-29 Saladaeng Rd., 02-234-6523.


Claiming to be the first genuine online supermarket in Thailand, this web-based outlet boasts some competitive prices.

The goods: The large selection of mostly imported products covers storable dry and canned items like pasta, cereals, soup, jam and canned vegetables. Some brands are actually new in Thailand and carry pretty impressive prices. There are also imported beverages like juices, sparkling water, syrups and wines, as well as dairy products.

Ordering: You’ll have to sign up for an account to check-out. There’s no minimum order required. Payment can be made through Paypal, credit card or with cash on delivery.

Delivery: For Bangkapi, Huai Khwang, Patumwan, Klongtoey and Sathorn districts, they promise same-day delivery if you place your order before noon. For these areas, it’ll be delivered the following morning if your order is placed before 4pm, and afternoon if after 4pm. Next-day delivery is applied to other areas for order placed before 2pm. You can choose a three-hour delivery window. Delivery is at the flat rate of B80 for all areas and free for orders above B1,200. You can also choose to pick up at their collection point, free of charge.

84 Rama 9 Soi 19. Open Mon-Fri 10am-6pm.

Happy Fresh

Happy Fresh partners with different supermarkets and food purveyors to send its shoppers to grab the products you want and deliver them to your door.

The goods: Their partners include Gourmet Market, Big C, Tesco Lotus and more niche product specialists including The Accidental Butcher, Bei Otto, Company B and Jagota. However, you can only get products from one outlet per order.

Ordering: Minimum order is B300, on their website. Pay cash on delivery or with credit card. For some shops (like Gourmet Market), there’s also a 3-5 percent service charge.

Delivery: Schedule a delivery time from as soon as within the next hour to within the next six days. Delivery slots span 11am-10pm. Fees start from B60 for the first 10km. What’s more, if you’re not happy with the products, you can return them immediately to the delivery person. 

Honest Bee NEW!

The Singapore-born service was launched in 2015 and is now also available in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, the Philippines and Thailand. It works the same way as Happy Fresh, where designated shoppers are sent out to retrieve your order.

The goods: They partner with Villa Market and K-Market as well as specialty food purveyors like Wishbeer (beer), Pierre Herme (macaron and chocolate), La Paloma (imported meat), Happy Flavor (organic, gluten-free and veggie food) and Fresh Deli (hydroponic vegetables) and fruits. They also offer cookware, household care products and gift hampers.

Ordering: There’s no minimum order but there’s a delivery fee of B100 unless you spend B590 or more. Place your order online and the shoppers will pick the best items for you. The prices are guaranteed to be the same as store prices. They can also shop at multiple stores in one order. Note that they charge a fee for shoppers as well. 

Delivery: Delivery runs from 11am-10pm daily and you can expect your order as soon as the next hourly window. You can pay by cash on delivery or credit card.

Passion Delivery BK PICK!

Passion Delivery focuses on local, artisanal and premium products: meat, sausages, bread, cheese, pastries, nuts—basically all the good stuff you find at the weekend farmers’ markets.

The goods: Order from some of Bangkok’s favorite producers, such as Sloane’s and The Accidental Butcher’s meat products, Feedpoint’s bagels, Skinni Bears’ granola and Yellow Spoon’s pastries. They now also offer a range of kitchenware and skincare products including Cutboy’s knives and Hug Organic’s shampoo.

Ordering: There’s no minimum order required. You can order by phone at 096-354-4624 and 096-354-1924 or online. Some products require 1-2 days advance ordering. Either pay by cash on delivery, bank transfer or PayPal (with 5-percent handling charge). They also have a shop on Sukhumvit Soi 54.

Delivery: All orders in Bangkok are delivered within 48 hours, depending on availability. Delivery charge starts at B90 for inner Bangkok areas like Sukhumvit, Silom, Sathorn and Rama 4. There are morning and afternoon delivery time slots.

Paleo Robbie BK PICK!

The Paleo meal specialist also has a grocery section, boasting quality products from eco-friendly and sustainable producers.

The goods: A wide range of meat, from NZ lamb and beef, free-range pork, pastured chicken to veal, venison and rare cuts like veal osso bucco, bone marrow and beef liver. The product range also spans wild-caught fish, fruits, chocolate, snacks, nuts, spices, frozen meals and wine.

Ordering: There’s a minimum order of B1,500. Some of the products like meat won’t have the exact price when you check out but they’ll email you the invoice two hours before delivery. You can pay by bank transfer, Bitcoin, Paypal and cash (for orders below B5,000). Note that they’ll ask you to split half of the 4-percent fee if you use Paypal.

Delivery: Free delivery within two working days throughout Bangkok.


This company has been supplying cheese to hotels and restaurants since 2006. Note: If you call up, be sure to affect a French accent—they’re quite picky about that.

The goods: The focus is on French deli products. Highlights include more than 60 cheeses from France. There are also jams and wine, as well as butter, caviar, ham, sausage, pate and rillettes. Another specialty are the duck products, including foie gras, duck confit and duck magret.

Ordering: Cheese wheels can be cut to a minimum of 100g/slice. Minimum order is B1,500. Payment can be made by cash on delivery, bank transfer or via Paypal (for orders over B5,000). Delivery: Delivery to Bangkok downtown is a flat B60 while other districts are B100.

213/18 Asoke Towers Building, Sukhumvit Soi 21, 02-664-4497. Open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm

Radiance Wholefoods

Ravina Sachdev and Anchal Pathela opened up their small shop on Sukhumvit Soi 22 back in 2012 selling natural, chemical-free products. It also operates as an online delivery service.

The goods: Organic products like eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, grains, cereals, oil and a range of flours and derived products including gluten-free pasta and rice cakes. Other niche, health-oriented products include wheat germ, quinoa, teff seeds, spirulina, maca powder, cacao nibs, bee pollen and spirulina pasta. There are also homemade jams, pickles and kombucha. On top of edible goodies, they sell essential oils, baby products and natural skincare items.

Ordering: Place your order online to either pick it up from their Sukhumvit Soi 22 store or have it delivered. Some products require advance ordering. You can pay cash on delivery, transfer money or use Paypal.

Delivery: Fresh produce like fruits and vegetables are delivered Tue-Fri. Order deadline for Tue and Wed delivery is Mon noon while the deadline for Thu and Fri is Wednesday noon. Delivery time slots are morning and afternoon. Fee starts at B50 for Klongtoey and Wattana areas. Some areas have specific delivery days like Nichada (Wednesdays).

128/2 Sukhumvit Soi 22, 02-116-4265 Open Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm. 

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