GrabFood replaces UberEats, is a competitior of FoodPanda, another Food delivery app (I know, I am very lazy to go out). The ordering is the same, and it shows where the driver is at in the app’s map, the arrow will move.
The delivery fee is RM5, no minimum order, unlike Foodpanda, which is a plus point.
28 June 2018
I ordered a Nasi Lemak and some petai from Village Park restaurant (the best Nasi Lemak in KL, as they said), they are also the featured partner of GrabFood, so I tried it.
The GrabFood driver arrived in his green Grab shirt, and handed me a GrabFood paper bag, unlike FoodPanda, but this is because its the first time, no paper bag for subsequent orders.
The foods packaged nicely, still very hot.
29 June 2018
This is my second time ordering. Just a simple meal from Shihlin One Utama.
No paper bag this time.
Very hot mee suah, and oyster which I find raw.
Would I try again? Yes, but the delivery fee is a bit expensive, KFC is RM3. I hope GrabFood can do better than FoodPanda because I like the everything Grab concept.