You can now order food using the Grab app!

Darryl Esguerra
PUBLISHED June 29, 2018 10:44 am
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(Inside Manila) What is better than food? Well, delivered food.

Ride-hailing service Grab has been surprising us lately with new services. After launching GrabAssistant, Grab will soft-launch this week a service that’s going to be valued by the food-loving Filipinos—GrabFood.

The service was initially launched in the company's home country, Singapore, in late May, where it also announced future availability in other Southeast Asian territories – Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Philippines.

It is a service that is somewhat similar to Germany-headquartered platform FoodPanda where users can place their orders via Grab app and from there, they can choose the food that they’d like to order from a particular food chain or restaurant then have it delivered to their location.

For its soft launch, Grab says they will be delivering to areas in BGC, Makati, Ortigas, San Juan, and West Quezon City, with plans to expand to more areas in the future. Operating hours for the service are from 11 am to 9 pm except holidays. Payments are currently cash only.

The service's delivery fee is P49, with no minimum order.

For more information, visit Grab’s FAQ page on GrabFood feature here.



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