When the milk tea craving gets real, what’s your usual plan of action?
Depending on how ballin’ you are, you’re probably the type of person who either a) sucks it up and makes do with the Nestle milk tea sachet that you fished from the bottom of your backpack; or b) give in, go out and head to the nearest Chatime store (“the heart wants what it wants!”).
Transport app Grab is adding to the growing list of food delivery apps available with their new service, GrabFood.
But what if there was an option to have it delivered straight to your door? We’re talking minimal effort on the ordering side (all it takes is a couple of taps on an app that you probably already have installed). Wouldn’t that change the game completely?
Transport app Grab is adding to the growing list of food delivery apps available with their new service, GrabFood. The service was first introduced in Jakarta two years ago, and is now available in Makati, Bonifacio Global City, Ortigas, Quezon City, San Juan, and Mandaluyong, between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. We’ve all had to deal with irrational delivery decisions, but as much as we love our fast food (BFF fries for dinner? Always a hard yes), present delivery options can get boring.
It makes sense, given that Grab’s already existing location and navigating tools make the ordering process seamless and more efficient.
GrabFood is partnered with over 600 establishments so you’ll have tons of places to choose from. Way better than adding to those transpo expenses — not to mention the precious time you’d have to spend getting to where you want to eat.
It makes sense, given that Grab’s already existing location and navigating tools make the ordering process seamless and more efficient. The app shows you how long your order might take to get to you prior to you checking out. Once it’s sent out, you can track its location the same way you would for a GrabExpress delivery.
To give you an idea of places that you can order from, we pinned our location in several areas within GrabFood’s coverage and found some of our fave go-to restaurants, milk tea included.
If you’re tryin’ to be healthy: Go! Salads, The Wholesome Table
If you wanna satisfy that milk tea craving wherever you are: Chatime, Gong Cha
If you’re craving some soft tacos: Taco Vengo, El Chupacabra
If you think chicken is life: Senor Pollo, Bacolod Chicken Inasal, Buffalo’s Wings N’ Things
If you’re in need of a quick rice meal: Tapa King, Uncle Moe’s Shawarma
If you’re in the mood for East Asian food: Mann Hann, Saboten, Coco Ichibanya, Kaya Korean Restaurant, Kko Kko
If you’re in the mood for Southeast Asian food: Banh Mi Kitchen, Bakmi Nyonya