Go on a food journey with Grab

The Grab Foodie Quest takes you on a ride to the hottest F&B deals
Bounty
Bounty
Time Out in partnership with Grab |
Advertising

Southeast Asia's leading ride-hailing platform is here to take you on the ultimate foodie quest for impressive eats and spiffy drinks in KL. So instead of circling F&B hotspots looking in vain for a parking space, ride with Grab and get there without the driving hassle. Even better? You can enjoy exclusive offers from selected restaurants and cafés in the city when you get there with Grab: Bangsar’s seafood restaurant (reminiscent of a beach café) Bait and casual bistro Bounty

Here’s what to expect when you use Grab to these places: discounts on Bait’s Alaskan king crab pasta and Bounty’s kimchi risotto tiger prawns at a reduced price. 

Want to join the foodie quest? Ride with Grab to these eateries and bars from May 12 to May 26 and earn your epicurean badge of honour.

Learn more about The Grab Foodie Quest here.

Grab exclusive offers

Restaurants, European

Bait

icon-location-pin Bangsar

Offer: 20 percent off Alaskan king crab pasta (worth RM66)

Valid from May 12-26

Restaurants

Bounty

icon-location-pin Bukit Bintang

Offer: 20 percent off kimchi risotto tiger prawns (worth RM59)

Valid from May 12-26

Camera

Camera

Terms and conditions

1. History of Grab ride to merchant required upon redemption unless stated otherwise.

2. All offers are not exchangeable for cash and/or other goods and services.

3. One offer is valid for one redemption per visit.

4. Grab offer valid at selected outlet only unless stated otherwise.

5. All offers not valid with ongoing promotions and discounts unless stated otherwise.

6. No replacement or extension will be given for any expired offer.

7. No cashback or credit will be issued for partial redemption of the promotional portion of the Grab offer.

8. Unless otherwise stated at the time an offer is redeemed, offer price does not include service charges, value added or taxes, which may be charged to the customer separately by the retailer.

Advertising