Here we see the main landing page of a food delivery app. The page is crammed full of recommendations; the user is presented with several different "channels" of recommendations as well as different kinds of objects in each channel. Obviously the intent is to maximize the chance of the user seeing something they like. They can order from a recommended restaurant; browse all restaurants in a major category; scroll right to view more niche categories; order ice cream or groceries or alcohol (completely separate tasks in my opinion); order the same thing as last time (cropped from screenshot for privacy reasons).
I've seen similar UX in some other apps and I am considering using it in my own app as well.
This is not a simple gallery of items as seen in e.g. the Microsoft PowerPoint start screen. That screen shows all installed templates in alphabetical order. This food delivery app does not simply show all nearby restaurants in alphabetical order, but uses many different recommendation strategies and shows the results concurrently.
Does this UX pattern have a name?