The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

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The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

You don’t know when it will strike. 

Maybe you’re pulling an all-nighter. Maybe you’re having a sleepover with your besties. Maybe you’re hungover from all the partying you—reluctantly, but only at first—partook in last night.

Luckily, your favorite comfort foods are just a couple of taps away. 

On this list, we’re listing some of the best food delivery apps to help tide you over your midnight cravings.

GrabFood

Grab has been making big moves to make it the go-to app for everything. 

Need a car? Hail a GrabCar. Need to have something delivered? Use GrabExpress. Need to satisfy your midnight fix? Order using GrabFood.

GrabFood is partnered with many food chains and restaurants and (as of this writing) services the following areas: Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Pampanga, and Cebu.

Available in iOS and Android.

Foodpanda

The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

One of the biggest players in the market, Foodpanda is partnered with thousands upon thousands of restaurants. It’s one of the earlier players, so you can rest assured that they have their stuff figured out.

Available in iOS and Android.

Lalafood

The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

Made by the same folks who built Lalamove, Lalafood is a food delivery service similar to that of GrabFood and Foodpanda. 

Lalafood is partnered with over 800 merchants, a sizeable selection which should give users—at least those who are located in Makati, Taguig, Pasig, Mandaluyong, San Juan, or Quezon City, anyway—plenty to choose from. 

Available in iOS and Android.

Delivery Guy

The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

Delivery Guy prides itself on not “just delivering food”. Instead, they treat each customer like you would your own friends and relatives. This makes sense, in that both of the owners are Filipino. 

Currently, Delivery Guy services customers in the metro. They have partnerships with key food merchants.

Available in iOS and Android.

Mangan

Pampanga is dubbed as the Culinary Center of the Philippines. It’s not at all surprising that there is, in fact, an app dedicated to food delivery within the city. 

Called mangan.ph, the mobile app caters to Kapampangans all over the city. Deliveries take anywhere between 60 to 75 minutes and delivers from big food chains as well as small food businesses (always great!)

Available in iOS and Android.

MyKuya

The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

MyKuya is more than a food delivery service. They have partnered with on-demand assistants who are trained to aid customers with just about anything, from pet sitting, grocery shopping, bill payments, and more.

If you’re busy and need someone to run an errand—including ordering food—MyKuya is worth a try.

Available in Android.

MetroMart

If you’re looking to cook your own food at home or the office pantry, MetroMart might just be the choice for you. Dubbed as the #1 grocery delivery service in the country, the app is gaining popularity among busy individuals in light of Honestbee’s ceased operations.

They are partnered with big merchants like S&R, Robinson’s Supermarket, Pet Express, Family Mart, and more. As of writing, MetroMart services major cities in the metro as well as Rizal.

Available in iOS and Android.

Honestbee

The 8 best food delivery apps to tide you over your midnight cravings

Honestbee used to be the top grocery delivery app in the Philippines. Like MetroMart, the app helped busy Filipinos order grocery deliveries using their smartphones. That is, until the suspension of their service since last year.

However, there’s hope. On their website, Honestbee proclaims in big bold letters: “We’ll bee right back.” Here’s hoping they’ll be back online soon!

Available in iOS and Android.