Grab solidifies its move to become the everyday app that serves the daily needs of Filipinos, as it formally launched GrabFood in Metro Manila. In just five months, Grab’s food delivery service has expanded in 10 cities throughout Metro Manila namely, Makati, BGC, Taguig, Ortigas, San Juan, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Manila, and Pasay. Beta-testing is also taking place in Mandaue and Cebu. To date, it has the widest restaurant selection in the country with 4,000 locally-based food establishments onboard.
To celebrate the occasion, the company organized a pop-up called Crave City at the Bonifacio Global City Amphitheater, Taguig. The mini food town offers a digital dining experience, simulating how the app works. It allows customers to sit comfortably, choose from a digital menu, order using GrabFood’s system, and wait for their orders to be delivered to their table.
The restaurants available in Crave City are Aysee, Bawai Vietnamese Kitchen, Charlie’s Grind and Grill, El Chupacabra, Ersao, Gong Cha, Manila Creamery, Mom & Tina’s, Senor Pollo, The Stockpile, and Sunrise Buckets.
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The pop-up is open to the public, free of admission, until Nov. 10.