Answer to your cravings without breaking the bank with these deals and menu items from brands available on GrabFood. Do note that some of these are available for a limited time only.
Sushi rolls and more
Kanzen Sushi Roll, with several locations across Metro Manila and Rizal, offers eight-piece Sushi Prime Rolls or Kani Rolls for P99 a set. A serving of its Kani Salad or Spicy Kani Salad, meanwhile, is available for P155.
Popeyes’ one-piece Fried Chicken Meal with rice and fries and drink starts as low as P119 (or sometimes even lower depending on Today’s Offer). A two-piece chicken meal, on the other hand, is priced at P182. Other less than P250 deals include the 82-peso Large Cajun Fries.
Tapa and other Pinoy fare
Recovery Food’s Tapa De Morning, Lecheng Kawali, Doc Sisig Full, Bulalo Batangas, and other filling Pinoy comfort food are all under P250 each. Select branches also have an ongoing free delivery offer as part of GrabFood’s BAHAYCATION promotion.
Doughnuts with coffee
Get a box of six Original Glazed doughnuts from Krispy Kreme for P225 and pair it with an iced coffee (available in select branches) that’s priced as low as P105 (Signature Iced Classic).
Bite into Scout’s Honor’s 1 Bite 2 Bite cookies (Peanut Butter Fledge, Dark Chocolate Chip, Milk Chocolate Chip) available for P110 per dozen, or go for Cub Scout Cookies (Ultimate Chocolate Chip, 1969, Macadamia Cashew Dark Chocolate, Rocky Road, White Cranberry Oatmeal) priced at P70.
Beat the heat with two cups of Serenitea’s Brown Sugar Fresh Milk with Big Pearls for only P158 or Hokkaido Milk Tea for P125, available as part of its Buy One, Get One promo.
Choose from Koomi’s yogurt drinks (including Banana Dance with Some Berries, Masarap Ba’s Langkashewlad, Mango Moo, Nuts About You, Cookies N’ Dream, and more) available on GrabFood. Prices start at P138, and no cup is more than P200.
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