Angkas just launched a delivery service called Angkas Food! They made the announcement via Facebook on March 23. Angkas Food is meant to help the company's bikers: "Wala kaming commission na kukunin dito, lahat ito ay para sa mga Angkas biker."
So, how exactly does it work?
- You have to call the restaurant ahead of time. The participating establishments are Crazy Bagnet, Mama V, King Sisig, Bulalo World, The Smokeyard, Made in HK, Barik Supremo Lambanog, Wobbly Pan Spanish Bistro, A'toda Madre, GOGI Korean BBQ, Ineng's Special BBQ, and Pomodoro Pizza. To clarify, you don't book this through the Angkas app; an Angkas driver will just deliver it to you.
- Pay the restaurant (cashless, if possible) and leave your contact details with them.
- Meet the biker.
- And pay for your order, delivery fee, and any parking fee. The delivery fee has to be paid in cash, and it costs P60 for three km and an additional P10/km up to five km. The entire delivery fee goes to the biker.
To practice physical distancing, a "no-touch interaction will be implemented."
Delivery hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
* This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.