GrabKitchen Opens New Branches in Parañaque and Malate

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May 17, 2021
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On the list Mix and match your orders all with one delivery fee

 

 

A few months after the opening of the second branch of GrabKitchen in Sampaloc come two new branches in the metro, Parañaque and Malate. Mix and match your orders all with one delivery fee through the groundbreaking cloud kitchen.

 

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The new cloud kitchen facility in Malate houses 15 delivery-only branches of popular merchants. On the list are Omakase, Frankie’s, Recovery Food, Pepi Cubano, Dapo at Tisa, King Chef, La Tita, Selecta, So Mot, Blu Kouzina, Merienda by Pan De Manila and Go! Salads. Dessert and drink options like Paper Moon, Yogorino and Selecta are also available.

 

 

For our friends from the South, an exciting combination of restaurants is available for delivery in GrabKitchen Parañaque. Choose from a variety of delectable options: 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.

 

 

“These new GrabKitchen branches in these locations help to bring a wider variety of delicious food options to consumers. People can sample new tastes as well as enjoy their most well-loved favorites such as Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Filipino, European and American. We want consumers and their friends and families to really enjoy their meals. They can choose from our wide selection of cuisines and restaurants, mix and match their orders, and pay for one delivery fee,” shares Josephine Kamiyama, Project Lead for GrabKitchen in the Philippines. 

 

With the country’s top ride-hailing platform and delivery service, you can satisfy your cravings in one go. From one launch to another, what’s next for Grab Philippines? We can only find out soon. 

 

 

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Photos Grab Philippines

Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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