Given the density of traffic these days, a lot of people would rather stay at home rather than plunge into Metro Manila gridlock to head to their favorite restaurant for a quick bite. Even the most gut-wrenching cravings are tested when traffic gets really bad. Thankfully, there’s a solution: GrabFood.
GrabFood is Grab’s on-demand food delivery service designed to make satisfying your hunger as convenient as possible. The beta version was introduced five months ago, and, following a rigorous testing phase, the company—best known for its ride-hailing platform—is officially launching the service via a four-day event.
Called Crave City, this event will give consumers a taste of GrabFood’s ordering system. Some of GrabFood’s partner restaurants will be there, including Mom and Tina’s, El Chupacabra, Señor Pollo, Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen, Charlie’s Grind and Grill, Ersao, Gong Cha, Manila Creamery, Aysee, and Sunrise Buckets.
Crave City guests will no longer have to wait in long lines to place their orders. Instead, they can sit back, relax, and order via a digital menu that utilizes GrabFood’s ordering system.
“Crave City is our way of providing more rewarding experiences. We invite everyone to join us in a four-day celebration filled with good food and entertainment. We are also excited to announce upcoming GrabFood promos and activities to watch out for,” says Cindy Toh, country marketing head of Grab Philippines.
Crave City will be held at the Globe Iconic Amphitheater in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, from November 7 to 10. Will you be dropping by?