Some restaurants don't take advance bookings and only cater to walk-in customers. Waiting in a queue for a table can be frustrating for customers, which can often take hours. While locals may find it easier to dine there at any other time, this may not be convenient for tourists and travellers who may not have another opportunity to visit that restaurant.
The airline company understands the inconvenience many tourists and travellers have endured and has recently introduced Thailand a new Queuing Service on the airasia Super App's Food Service to alleviate this issue.
The Queuing Service was designed to address that inconvenience by having someone else wait for you. The service enables travellers and local Bangkokians alike to have airasia Queuing Service riders queue up for them at participating restaurants.
You can reserve dinner service ahead of time for any day between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM. To do so, simply access the airasia Super App and click the 'Food' icon. From there, select 'Queuing Service', pick a participating restaurant, and indicate the number of diners.
Agree to the terms and conditions, confirm the restaurant location, and book the service. Then, choose your preferred date and time, and pay the service fee, which starts at 100 THB.
Currently, anyone can reserve dinner spots at 15 participating street food locations in Bangkok, including CQK HOTPOT, Michelin Guide Jeh O Chula, Lek Seafood Yaowarat, Khun Ple Mookata, and Yi Ja Suki Mala.
Thailand is the first country to launch this service. On the 8th of June 2023, airasia Super App launched the service and invited media and influencers to Khun Ple Moo Krata, a famous local hotpot restaurant in Huai Khwang District. This place is renowned for the tenderness of its pork, well-balanced soup and three sauces.
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