GRAB PHILIPPINES on Tuesday announced the expansion of its online food delivery service to Bacolod City.
“To celebrate MassKara Festival this year, Grab is introducing GrabFood in Bacolod in a bid to banner the excellent culinary scene, promote local entrepreneurs, and enable Negrenses to do more and get their favorite food where and when they want it,” Grab said in a statement.
The online food delivery platform of ride-hailing app Grab is currently available in 35 cities in the country.
“As the leading super app in the Philippines, our mission is to elevate the lives of Filipinos by solving daily limitations and addressing their most basic needs. In 2015, we came to Bacolod to help address transportation issues and have since become an indispensable part of Negrenses’ daily commute. We now take on the challenge of improving access to great food and bringing more livelihood opportunities for the people of Bacolod through GrabFood,” Grab Philippines Head EJ Dela Vega was quoted as saying in the statement.
Grab said Bacolod City residents can order food from Aida’s, Bar 21, Inaka, L Kaisei, L Sea, El Ideal, Virgie’s, Rolis, Claras, Merzci Pasalubong, Bong Bongs, Felicia’s, King’s Ice, Apollo, Delicioso, Bascon, Quan, Nena’s Rose, and Cozy Nook.
“Major quick service restaurants such as McDonald’s, Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Burger King, Red Ribbon and Uncle John’s Chicken by Ministop are also available 24/7 on GrabFood in Bacolod,” it added.
Aside from its core ride-hailing and food delivery services, Grab also provides digital wallet services via GrabPay, delivery service via Grab Express, mobile phone loading, and hotel booking services. — ALB