Starting Wednesday (Sept. 16) GrabFood and GrabExpress will be operating 24/7 in Metro Manila, meaning your late night cravings are a tap away.
Grab posted a list of establishments offering 24/7 delivery services on its website. It has all the work from home and no-cook staples: burgers and fries, fried chicken and milk tea. Grab said it would follow local curfew and liquor ban rules.
"As we update our service hours for GrabExpress and GrabFood, we remain committed to continuously provide access to daily essentials to our kababayans staying at home, while supporting the many driver-partners and local businesses who are on our platform," Grab said.
Metro Manila is under the second-lowest quarantine, GCQ, until Sept. 30. Some local governments have shortened curfew hours, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.