GrabFood adds 12 restaurant-partners

posted January 13, 2019 at 07:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Food delivery service GrabFood further strengthens its position with the addition of 12 new international and homegrown restaurant-partners.

GrabFood adds 12 restaurant-partners
Chooks-to-go
In just seven months after its beta testing, GrabFood has become the fastest growing food delivery service with the widest restaurant selection in the Philippines. 

Joining the app’s wide roster of international restaurant chains are Bonchon Chicken, Yoshinoya, Wendy’s, and Dunkin’ Donuts. Homegrown restaurant chains Goldilocks Bakeshop, ArmyNavy Burger+Burrito, Chooks-to-go, Tori Chizu, GoBento, The French Baker, and Lartizan are also added to offer more diverse offerings.

GrabFood adds 12 restaurant-partners
Dunkin Donuts
Grab’s food delivery service is now available in 12 cities and more than 4,000 active restaurants in Metro Manila and Cebu. 

“We’re happy to see GrabFood grow to be the preferred food delivery service in the Philippines,” enthused Grab Philippines country marketing head Cindy Toh. 

GrabFood adds 12 restaurant-partners
Bonchon
“This 2019, our consumers can expect more food experiences and wider merchant reach that satisfies more cravings,” she added. 

GrabFood announced its plans to expand its operations to more cities in the Philippines this year. 

Go to www.grab.com/ph/food for more information.

Topics: GrabFood , Cindy Toh , Bonchon Chicken , Yoshinoya , Wendy’s , Dunkin’ Donuts , Goldilocks Bakeshop , ArmyNavy Burger+Burrito , Chooks-to-go , Tori Chizu , GoBento , The French Baker , Lartizan
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