Where to order Thai delivery in Australia

Craving Pad Thai for dinner? Here are some of the top Thai delivery services that can get your noodles to you in a flash.

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Thousands of Thai restaurants are scattered across Australia, and can get you fresh stir frys, noodles and curries in a hurry. Order your dishes using these apps and deals that can save you money on delivery fees or discount your order. Check them out to see how you can save.

Where to order Thai delivery in Australia

Uber Eats
Uber Eats
Ride-hailing app turned food takeaway delivery service, Uber Eats is one of the best-known delivery companies in the world. Browsing for Thai delivery options in your area, placing your order and tracking the delivery is a very smooth process, thanks to the app's easy-to-use interface. Customers receive frequent updates from the moment the restaurant accepts your order down to tracking the driver's location. Uber Eats also lets customers pay for their orders using their existing Uber accounts.
  • Delivery fee: From $2.99
  • How to get free delivery: Look out for deals online.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
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DoorDash
DoorDash
DoorDash, the largest on-demand food takeaway service in the US, entered the Australian market in 2019. DoorDash offers lower delivery fees in comparison with the likes of Uber Eats and operates with the basic premise of connecting local businesses with customers to provide a positive dining experience. With so many Thai delivery options to choose from, customers are guaranteed to get bang for their buck with DoorDash.
  • Delivery fee: From $5
  • How to get free delivery: Free delivery for your first 30 days after your first order.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
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Menulog
Menulog
Home-grown brand Menulog pioneered the Australian online food delivery service industry, bringing 20,000 local restaurants to more than 2.7 million active customers. The site and app has a huge selection of Thai restaurants and can even save you 25% on your first delivery.
  • Delivery fee: From $5
  • How to get free delivery: Free delivery on selected restaurants.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
EASI
EASI
One of the newer players on the scene, EASI delivers gourmet Asian food to 1 million customers in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart and Canberra. EASI is Australia's largest Asian food delivery app, with more than 25,000 local restaurants to choose from. Whether it's a hearty green curry or a fresh papaya salad they're after, customers are spoilt for choice in the Thai delivery selection on this app.
  • Delivery fee: From $5
  • How to get free delivery: Free delivery with select restaurants.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
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Deliveroo
Deliveroo
Driven by a mission of transforming the way customers eat, Deliveroo's extensive list of delivery options includes local Thai eateries in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast and more. Customers can expect a personalised and highly curated selection of restaurants and Thai delivery, with dishes delivered straight to your doorstep in an average of 30 minutes.
  • Delivery fee: From $4
  • How to get free delivery: Look out for deals online.
  • Contactless delivery: Available

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which Thai food chains offer delivery?

Here's a list of independent Thai restaurants that offer delivery and the takeaway platforms you can order from:

  • Chat Thai Restaurant. Order through Uber Eats, Deliveroo, DoorDash and Menulog.
  • P'Nut Street Noodles. Order straight from the restaurant or through Deliveroo, Uber Eats, DoorDash and Menulog.
  • Thai Pothong Restaurant. Order straight from the restaurant or through Menulog, Deliveroo and Uber Eats.
  • Thai City Restaurant. Order straight from the restaurant or through Deliveroo, Menulog, Uber Eats and DoorDash.

Which delivery companies offer free delivery?

While most of these delivery platforms don't offer free delivery, customers can benefit from discounted delivery rates through vouchers on their first order.

Deliveroo, on the other hand, only offers free delivery via its subscription-based plan, Deliveroo Plus.

Which delivery services are available 24 hours?

24-hour delivery is offered by Menulog, Uber Eats and Deliveroo, but is subject to restaurant availability for all delivery platforms.

What's the cheapest food delivery service?

Menulog by far offers the cheapest delivery service, charging only $1.99 as a delivery fee for morning, noon and late night orders (at off-peak hours) from selected restaurants.

Is there a minimum order amount?

Each food delivery service offers a minimum order amount. Unlike other competitors, Menulog's terms indicate that customers may not complete an order if the minimum fee is not met.

On the other hand, if customers do not meet the minimum order amount on Uber Eats, Deliveroo, EASI and DoorDash, they may be charged a small fee (usually $2-$3). The minimum order amount varies, but is usually $10.

How do I cancel my order?

  • Uber Eats: Simply head over to the Orders tab and choose the "Cancel Order" option on your in-progress orders. You will not be charged if you cancel before the restaurant has started preparing your order, otherwise there may be a fee.
  • DoorDash: The quickest way to do this is through the Help button on the Orders section of the app. Refund policies vary depending on order status.
  • EASI: Customers may cancel orders free of charge, as long as the restaurant has not prepared the food yet, by calling the number in the Recitals page. If the order has been prepared, customers will be charged the full amount as well as the delivery fee if the driver has already been dispatched.
  • Menulog: Customers can cancel orders via chat or phone call (contact details on the app). There may be a charge of 50% of the full fee, depending on the status of your order.
  • Deliveroo: Free order cancellation rules apply as long as the food has not been prepared. This can be done via the "order help" section on the app.

Which services offer contactless delivery?

All orders via Uber Eats, DoorDash, Menulog and EASI are now contact-free. For Deliveroo, customers may request for a contactless delivery option by indicating this at checkout – depending on local health official guidelines, this may already be selected by default.

How can I pay for my order? Do any food delivery services accept Afterpay?

Orders must be paid in full via credit or debit card through the app upon placing an order. For DoorDash, customers have the option to buy now, pay later through Quadpay, but none of the apps above currently accept Afterpay.

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