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Thai Sandwich and Tea Bar Krungthep Tea Time Opens in Berkeley Park

Thai tea bar and sandwich shop Krungthep Tea Time is now open for takeout and delivery from a ghost kitchen on Forrest Street

A hand holding a chicken salad sandwich loaded with mayo, parsley, chopped tomatoes. Krungthep Tea Time

A location of Winter Park, Florida-based Krungthep Tea Time is now open for takeout and delivery from a ghost kitchen on Forrest Street in the northwest Atlanta neighborhood of Berkeley Park. Beyond its popular Thai tea and coffee drinks, Krungthep is known for sandwiches, salads, and desserts with a Thai twist.

Food offered currently at the Atlanta location includes a selection of brick toasts and sandwiches, like the “tomyum goong” made with marinated shrimp or the “satay satay” stuffed with chunks of marinated grilled chicken dressed in a curry peanut sauce.

Krungthep is part of a ghost kitchen taking shape at 800 Forrest Street (dubbed Forrest Neighborhood Eatery,) which is acting as a pick-up and delivery location and commercial kitchen space for restaurants and food trucks in collaboration with Cloud Kitchens.

As for how a ghost kitchen operates, people order food through a restaurant’s website or third-party delivery service. Restaurants cook the food at the shared commercial kitchen for pick-up from a central location, typically by restaurant delivery drivers.

Tablets located in the lobby of the building on Forrest Street receive online orders for the various restaurants. Delivery drivers and customers can then check in and monitor their orders on the tablets when they arrive to pick up their food.

A small food hall is eventually planned for Forrest Neighborhood Eatery next year, complete with seating inside and outside.

Order Krungthep Tea Tim online for pick-up or delivery via ChowNow, UberEats, Postmates, GrubHub, or DoorDash.

800 Forrest Street NW, Atlanta. krungthepteatime.com.

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