Lucky Fish has been quietly serving Japanese comfort food to 72 Courtyard’s party crowds since late 2016. Now, the cafe-slash-izakaya has launched a new delivery menu of sandos and bento boxes—and it is a force to be reckoned with.

Featuring crispy battered sea bass sandwiched between lightly toasted, crustless bread and balanced out with refreshingly subtle yuzu slaw, tartar sauce and creamy avocado, the Seabass Avocado Sando (B290) is super satisfying—with almost two inches of filling, it is enough to split between two people for a light lunch.

Forget the dainty wagyu sandos taking over Bangkok’s high-end Japanese restaurants, Lucky Fish’s melt-in-your-mouth version (B490) is a beast. Equal in thickness to the seabass sando, it features juicy, pink Australian wagyu striploin sandwiched with whole grain mustard, katsu sauce and sliced cabbage

The real highlight of the sando boxes, however, is the umami-rich side of sweet pickles—so good, you’ll want to order more. The sandos also come with reheating instructions, which are handy if you’re ordering ahead of time.

Other options include the Smoked Pork Loin Katsu Sando with red pepper jam (B350), the citrusy Tamago Sando on Hokkaido milk bread (B160) and the Chicken Cheese Katsu Sando (B220), alongside an array of bento boxes like Honey Miso Salmon (B260) with sesame tofu spinach, marinated tomatoes, pickles and soup.


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