Until November 10 at the BGC Amphitheater in Taguig City, Crave City gives diners a showcase of GrabFood’s localized and hassle-free service.
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Newly-launched GrabFood holds Crave City for digital dining experience
(Philstar.com) - November 9, 2018 - 5:30pm

MANILA, Philippines — GrabFood is now in the Philippines and it’s off to satisfy cravings beginning with a four-day digital dining experience at the Crave City.

Until November 10 at the BGC Amphitheater in Taguig City, Crave City gives diners a showcase of GrabFood’s localized and hassle-free service. They no longer need to queue to order their food. They get to sit comfortably, choose from a digital menu, order using GrabFood’s system, and just wait for their orders to be delivered to them.

They can choose from some of the best restaurants in the metro namely Mom & Tina’s, El Chupacabra, Senor Pollo, Bawai Vietnamese Kitchen, Charlie’s Grind and Grill, Gong Cha, Ersao, Aysee, Sunrise Buckets, Manila Creamery and Stockpile. Crave City offers free admission and is open to the public. 

"As an everyday app, we want their GrabFood experience to be convenient and more rewarding. Food is such a basic necessity but is also very personal to every consumer. GrabFood’s Crave City is our way of creating a unique food experience that our consumers will enjoy,” said Cindy Toh, Grab Philippines Country marketing head.

GrabFood is the fastest-growing food delivery service with the largest geographic presence in Southeast Asia.

Within a short span of five months, it has expanded into 10 cities in Metro Manila: BGC, Makati, Ortigas, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, Manila, Taguig, and Pasay. It is currently being beta-tested in Cebu City and Mandaue.

Its user growth also increased 10x over the past three months.

“Food remains a top household expenditure in the Philippines and we believe our on-demand food delivery service can really add convenience to consumers’ lives, while opening up more income streams for merchant- and delivery-partners. It’s a win for all,” said Demi Yu, head of GrabFood Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam.

Grab Philippins Country Head Brian Cu and GrabFood Regional Head Demi Yu were all smiles as they launched the everyday super app's newest service: GrabFood. Released

Moreover, GrabFood now has the widest restaurant selection in the Philippines with 4,000 locally-based restaurants onboard. It continues to satisfy more cravings as it brings greater convenience to its consumers.

“We know Filipino consumers love a variety of food choices so we’ve worked really hard over the past months to bring onboard their local favorite merchants onto GrabFood. Today, we’ve the widest selection of restaurants on GrabFood,” Yu said.

As an everyday app, Grab continues to empower its interconnected ecosystem of consumers, merchants, and delivery partners. GrabFood is accelerating their ability to leverage the opportunities of a shared digital economy.

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