Southeast Asia's leading ride-sharing platform Grab is launching its dedicated food delivery service GrabFood next Monday, 28 May
Grab revealed in a press release that the app-based service hosting over 300 participating merchants including KGB (Bangsar), Makirito, La Juiceria Superfood Cafe, Humble Chef, Inside Scoop, and Devi’s Corner.
It aims to include more localised choices as well as both halal and non-halal cuisines in the near future.
The service is currently available in Mont Kiara, Sri Hartamas, Bukit Damansara, and Bangsar
It will then expand to areas around the Kuala Lumpur city centre including Kampung Baru, Chow Kit, KL City Centre, Titiwangsa, and Setiawangsa.
There's no minimum order required and delivery fee is set at RM5
For those looking to host parties or potlucks, they can plan and pre-order bulk meals from GrabFood from as early as five days ahead.
Payments are done through the company's GrabPay system where users can accumulate GrabPoints and use them in exchange for rewards and other benefits.