10 Quick-Service Restaurants that Accept Cashless Payments

Eating fast food is one of life’s simple joys. It doesn’t matter if you’re stuck at home, in the middle of a grocery run, or on your way to your workplace, there’s always enough time to order food from your favorite quick-service restaurant (QSR). With the increasing acceptance of cashless payments, there’s really no excuse not to satisfy your hunger. After all, going cashless can make it easier and faster for you to order your go-to quick meals online.

Ordering from QSRs has only gotten more convenient, now that a good number of household-name fast food brands have started accepting cashless payments. You can use Maya to pay for dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru meals ordered from the following restaurants:

Army Navy Burger

Army Navy, a homegrown brand specializing in American-Mexican cuisine, first opened its doors in 2009 in Tagaytay City. The company took on a military-inspired name to reflect a culture of discipline, service, and freedom. Relying solely on word of mouth, Army Navy quickly became popular because of the quality of food they offer. Now, the restaurant has branches all over NCR and in provincial areas.

The casual restaurant’s menu includes burgers, burritos, tacos, quesadillas, pasta, chicken, and all-day breakfast meals with generous servings. For sides, Army Navy offers a variety of fries, nachos, and soups. Order on their website, https://armynavy.com.ph/, by calling 8-333-3131, or by using food delivery service apps like Grab and Food Panda. You can also order at the store and just scan Army Navy’s QR code using the Maya app to pay for your meal.

Auntie Anne’s

Founded in the USA in 1988, Auntie Anne’s is well known for their hand-baked pretzels and lemonade. “Auntie” Anne Beiler started baking to fund her husband’s goal to offer free family counseling services to their community, but her side project eventually became a fulltime business. The brand has been present in the country for over 25 years. Aside from visiting any of the 59 branches of Auntie Anne’s in the Philippines, you can also get freshly baked pretzels through https://www.auntieannes.com/, Grab, or FoodPanda. Pay online for your purchase and wait for your order to arrive at your doorsteps.


BonChon is a Korean restaurant that came to the Philippine food scene in 2010. Now, they have over 189 branches in the country, and patrons love the brand for their memorable chicken, beef, and seafood meals and sides and desserts that take inspiration from Korean cuisine. Use Bonchon’s Maya QR code when you order meals in one of their locations, or go cashless when you order online using food delivery apps.


From a single pizza restaurant in the US in the 1960s, Dominos Pizza is now present in 80 countries around the world. They’ve served over 400 million pizzas the previous year, but the people behind Dominos are not about to rest on their laurels. Even now, they still continue to update and improve their menu to cater to the needs of their customers. Those who are craving for pizza can order one from https://www.dominospizza.ph/, through the Dominos app, or using food delivery apps.


Like Dominos, homegrown bakeshop and restaurant Goldilocks also came into the food business in the 1960s. In 1976, just 10 years after the brand was launch, the bakeshop has already opened a branch in Los Angeles. Right now, there are over 400 Goldilocks stores in the Philippines and more than a handful of brick-and-mortar shops in North America. Their menu includes pastries, cakes, snacks, and rice meals. Pay cashless if you order online through https://www.goldilocksdelivery.com.ph/ or if you’re planning on using food delivery apps.

Jamba Juice

Jamba Juice was founded by Kirk Perron, an advocate for living a healthy lifestyle, in California in 1990. The brand started out as a senior project and evolved to become a fulltime business. The first Jamba Juice stall in the Philippines opened in 2011. Aside from healthy juices, its menu now includes energy bowls and baked goods, all made without artificial preservatives and designed to complement an active lifestyle. Order a healthy snack from Jamba Juice today on your preferred food delivery app and use their QR code to pay for your purchase for a hassle-free transaction.


From its humble beginnings as an ice cream parlor, Jollibee is now a global brand with over 1,150 branches nationwide and 80 international locations. They’re one of the most recognized brands from the Philippines. Their bestsellers include their famed fried chicken, spaghetti, burgers, and desserts. Order your favorite Jollibee meal by dropping by one of their many locations and paying using their QR code, by calling their delivery hotline, through their website https://www.jollibeedelivery.com/, or through food delivery services.


While KFC was founded by Colonel Harland Sanders in Kentucky during the Great Depression, the brand eventually became a global success with thousands of outlets in different countries. KFC is well-known for its chicken recipes that use 11 herbs and spices, the combination of which is considered a trade secret to this day. In addition to dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru orders, you can get your chicken fix by using food delivery services or dialing KFC’s delivery hotline. Pay using KFC’s QR code and skip the hassle of scrambling for cash once your meal arrives.

Krispy Kreme

The American doughnut company Krispy Kreme was founded in 1937 and opened its first location in the Philippines in 2007. The brand sets itself apart from others with its super-soft, fluffy, light, melt-in-your-mouth doughnuts. Treat your family and friends by having a box delivered to your place or using Krispy Kreme’s curbside pickup service.


Last but not least, the world-famous brand McDonald’s also accepts cashless transactions for in-store and take-out orders, deliveries, and drive-thru. McDonald’s branches across the country now accept payments for Mastercard and Visa credit, debit, and prepaid cards. They also have a QR code that you can scan and pay using your Maya app. Satisfy your cravings for their fries, burgers, and chicken meals by ordering online, calling the McDonald’s hotline, or using delivery service apps.

Cashless transactions have made it much easier for anyone to get their favorite meal or snack. Feeling hungry? Drop by a fast food outlet near you or have your food delivered in a snap. With Maya, you can do just that without the hassle of handling cash.

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