PSA: GrabFood Resumes 24/7 Operations Sooner Than You Think
Check out which restaurants will be part of the round-the-clock service!
(SPOT.ph) Calling all midnight snackers—and folks with strange work-from-home schedules: GrabFood is officially resuming 24-hour operations in Metro Manila starting Wednesday, September 16! Operating hours for the food delivery service has been limited under quarantine rules for the past few weeks but it looks like things are about to change.
Round-the-clock service will resume across the capital with certain caveats, of course. "GrabFood will be observing local government’s curfew policies, and will not be delivering liquor beyond curfew hours," they said in the official statement on their site. Plus, keep in mind that only a few restaurants and their specific branches will be available for the whole 24-hour cycle. The list includes McDonald's, KFC, Kenny Rogers Roasters, Goto Believe, and Sinangag Express, among others.
GrabFood was initially set to resume 24-hour operations on August 1. That plan was cut short after Metro Manila was put under modified enhanced community quarantine from August 3 to August 18, when they only operated from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. Still, it looks like we'll soon finally get to have our food cravings solved anytime of the day (or night)!
For the complete list of restaurants which will be available for 24/7 deliveries, visit the GrabFood site.