Virtual food hall for the truly hungry


People depended on online food delivery amid the pandemic because it’s hassle-free and safe.

Despite the lockdown, people were still able to indulge in restaurant food. It was also a way for people’s taste buds to explore and try out new dishes.

La Titas MNL.

As these food dellivery apps are well-loved, they continue to give back to their customers by upgrading their services.

Grab has put up a virtual food hall, collating different restaurants to give people a variety of dining places to choose from with just one delivery fee. They’ve recently opened two new branches in Malate and Parañaque.

CoCo Fresh Tea and Juice.

GrabKitchen Malate is its biggest central commissary to date, housing 15 delivery-only branches of merchants that include Omakase, Frankie’s, Recovery Food, Paper Moon, Yogorino, Pepi Cubano, Dapo at Tisa, King Chef, La Tita, Selecta, So Mot, Blu Kouzina, Coco Fresh Tea and Juice, Merienda by Pan De Manila and Go! Salads.

Paper Moon.

Southies also get this service with the Parañaque branch with restaurants such as 24 Chicken, Alishan at the Alley, Army Navy, Cara Mia, La Titas MNL, Pizza Telefono, Kyoto Sushi Bake, Bahn Mi Kitchen, El Nacho Libre, Sheikh’s Kebab, Breakfast for 2 and Black Kimchi.

Kyoto Sushi Bake.

GrabKitchen now has more than 60 branches since 2018.

Make a minimum purchase of P550 at any GrabKitchen branch and use the code GRABKITCHEN! to get free delivery.

Dapo at Tisa.

Cara Mia.

Go! salads. / Photographs courtesy of restaurants

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