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COVID-19: Angkas launches food delivery service to help riders earn

COVID-19: Angkas launches food delivery service to help riders earn

Angkas just won the hearts of Filipinos everywhere… again! They recently introduced their newest service, Angkas Food. Although similar to GrabFood and FoodPanda, the ride-hailing app specifically designed this service to help partner-riders to earn money during the Luzon-wide quarantine.


Angkas specifically designs service to partner-riders. 

With the government enforcing an enhanced community quarantine, transportations of all kinds remained in suspension to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Additionally, to help their riders whose livelihood became affected by the lockdown, Angkas won’t be getting any commission from the service. Of course, this only means that 100% of the delivery fee goes directly to the driver.

For the first 3-kilometer, the minimum delivery fee comes at PHP60 with additional PHP10 per kilometer. The maximum distance per delivery also only reaches at 5-kilometer. The ride-hailing app also hopes their customers would understand the limited delivery hours from 10AM to 5:30PM.

How does Angkas Food work?

However, this service currently only with specific restaurant partners and their branches. Of course, this includes:

Click this link to see their menu and contact details:

  • Crazy Bagnet in Cubao and Katipunan.
  • Mama V in Malate.
  • King Sisig in Farmer’s Market in Cubao, Market Market, PCU in Malate, and Comembo in Makati.
  • Bulalo World in Market Market and Farmer’s Market in Cubao.
  • The Smokeyard in Poblacion, Makati.
  • Made in HK in Makati Ave.
  • Barik Supremo Lambanog in Makati.
  • Burger Matsing in Ybardolaza, Kamuning, UP Campus, Pook Ricarte, Tayuman, Parang in Marikina, Catmon in Malabon, Concepcion in Malabon, Bagong Silang Kaagapay, Banlat in Quezon City, Sauyo, Target 1 BF Homes, Marikina Heights, Himalayan Road in Quezon City, and Araneta Ave.
  • Wobbly Pan, Spanish Bistro in Shangri-La Mall.
  • A’toda Madre in Makati Ave.
  • GOGI Korean BBQ in Poblacion.
  • Ineng’s Special BBQ in Main Ave., Katipunan Ave., Visayas Ave., Sucat, and Bicutan.
  • Pomodoro Pizza in Kapitolyo.

Of course, Angkas enforces “touch me not” policy.

“As part of maintaining social distancing, a no-touch interaction will be implemented. Upon the biker’s arrival, he/she will place the items on the seat of the motorcycle (or your doorstep) before moving back to a safe distance.”

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