GrabKitchen Mix and Match - Multiple Restaurants, One Delivery Fee!

Grab Kitchen Mix and Match - Multiple Restaurants, One Delivery Fee!

Hey fellow foodies! GrabFood has a fantastic news for all of us. Just recently, they launched this brand new feature called Mix and Match. This gives us the power to order from multiple restaurants within the GrabKitchen and just pay one delivery fee. Hence, if you are in the mood to explore multiple flavors at one go, you now have the ability to do so. 

All you need to do is head on to GrabFood. Select (or search for) GrabKitchen. The list of merchants housed in the said kitchen will show up. However, keep scrolling until you come across "GrabKitchen - Mix and Match". Currently, they operate into two areas: (1) Malate, and (2) Paranaque. Click the one closer to you, and from there you may now begin selecting your favorite dishes from multiple restaurants.

Remember, you can mix and match as many dishes from different restaurants. You have the power of options, so utilize this. At the end of it all, you will just pay one delivery fee. Amazing, huh? 

GrabFood: GrabKitchen Mix and MatchGrabKitchen Mix and Match (Malate)

To aid you in your selection, here's a complete list of restaurants (as of May 2021) which you can mix and match from depending on the area.

Omakase, Frankie's, Recovery Food, Paper Moon, Yogorino, Pepi Cubano, Dapo at Tisa, King Chef, La Tita, Selecta, So Mot, Blu Kouzina, Coco Fresh Tea and Juice, Merienda by Pan De Manila, and Go! Salads

24 Chicken, Alishan at the Alley, Army Navy, Cara Mia, La Titas MNL, Kyoto Sushi Bake, El Nacho Libre, Sheikh’s Kebab, Breakfast for 2, Black Kimchi!, Pizza Telefono Selecta, Omakase, and Dapo at Tisa

Ordering from multiple restaurants is now easy with GrabKitchen

Since I live closer to the GrabKitchen Malate, I was able to personally try out this Mix and Match feature of GrabKitchen, and I ended up ordering from four (4) restaurants namely Frankie's, King Chef, Omakase and Yogorino

Ordering from multiple restaurants via GrabKitchen Malate

Alright, so let's break down a bit the choices I picked.

For appetizers, I've always been craving for Omakase's special rolls, and hence, this was actually the first that went into the basket. It was such an easy choice.

Dyanmite Roll from Omakase - Tuna, Unagi, Salmon of different textures and flavor

Dyanmite Roll from Omakase

Dyanmite Roll from Omakase  via GrabKitchen Mix and Match

Next was their best-selling Okonomiyaki, which still held up its reputation as one of the fine ones you can have here in the Metro.  

Omakase's Japanese Okonomiyaki via GrabKitchen

And just so I can have variety, I also ordered some siomai from King Chef. After all, this is the power of GrabKitchen's newest mix and match feature

King Chef's Siomai in GrabKitchen

My mom was craving for some tempura a few days back, hence, I've decided to satisfy that longing, and add Omakase's Tempura in the basket. 

Omakase's Tempura of GrabKitchen, GrabFood

Thankfully Frankie's is in GrabKitchen Malate's list of restaurants, and of course I was compelled to add two variants of their chicken in the basket. 

Frankie's Caribbean Jerk - mildy spicy with intriguing savory sweetness

Frankie's Caribbean Jerk via GrabKitchen

Frankie's Garlic Parmesan - creamy buttery parmesan and garlic, still one of the best!

Frankie's Garlic Parmesan via GrabFood

A dining experience would feel incomplete without desserts, so I mindlessly yet conveniently ticked off one pint of Yogorino's fresh serve yogurt ice cream

See? We almost had a feast at home with a wide collection of dishes that arrived, and that's all thanks to the new mix and match feature of GrabKitchen. Try it out yourself and experience the power of mixing and matching dishes via the Grab app. 

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