CNNGO: Expat entrepreneurs spark Bangkok’s delivery-only dining scene

Birds in a Row

Birds in a Row

Zucchini squash fritters,  part of Birds in a Row’s summer menu.

Finally, there’s no need to  despair if you find cooking your own food or slicing a piece of bread far too  challenging.

Birds in a Row is on call with emergency supplies of lovingly  cooked wholefood, with plenty of vegetarian dishes to select from as well as  tasty flesh for the carnivores.

Regan Suzuki, a native of Winnipeg, Canada set the company up to  fill the gap left by a lack of healthy but tasty food, initially setting her  sights on UN workers in the Ratchadamnoen area.

The menu is seasonal and changes every three months. The current  offering includes nutmeg sesame chicken with mango, pork  skewers with salsa verde on pita, grilled wholewheat veggie tostadas with  fresh salsa and poached egg with asparagus on focaccia.

Meals are delivered in biodegradable packaging, which is a nice  touch. The deal is buy three meals for free delivery or cop the motorbike fee to  your home or office.

A main with two salad servings costs 160 baht for vegetarian and  180 baht for non-veggie.

Email:  (0)2 628 4588.

By Greg Lowe

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