Dusit Foods, part of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies Dusit International, have joined with tech company, Farm to Plate, for a hybrid platform attempting to curate the best of Thailand’s street food in Pinto Hub.
This is not ghost kitchen slop; Pinto Hub includes legendary names like Ah Pae’s Pra Ram Long Song Rice which boasts a 60 years of legacy and Jae Hiang’s fish ball noodles that have been a mainstay of Bobae Market for more than half a century.
Starting at B75, home bodies and foodies who want to avoid the long queuing experience for Thailand’s street food can skip the line with their phone. At the moment, Pinto Hub carries 21 dishes selected from ten local vendors from Chiang Mai, Phuket, and Bangkok, but in the future the brand is planning a road map to bring in 21 restaurants and more than 60 dishes to the platform.
Right now, GrabFood can deliver Pinto Hub’s dishes in the following areas: Chinatown, Pratunam, Rama 3, Ramindra, Ratchadapisek, Saladaeng, Samyan, Sutthisan, Sukhumvit, and Srinakarin Road. But stay tuned because Pinto Hub will also be launching quick on-location service stops such as in Bangkok’s PTT Gas station and more delivery spots across Thailand in 2025.