You Can Help Typhoon Rolly Relief Ops When You Order at These Restos Today

Talk about hitting two birds with one stone!

( Typhoon Rolly came around last weekend and caused serious damage in areas like Bicol, Catanduanes, and more. Needless to say, our fellow Filipinos residing in those areas need our help—and if you happen to also be craving yakitori or piri-piri grilled meat, you're in luck. Spicebird and Please, Senpai are donating all their proceeds from today, November 4, to the Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, which is carrying out relief operations for victims of the super typhoon.

This applies to all orders—including those for dine-in in the case of Spicebird, takeaway, and delivery for both restaurants. To order for delivery from either restaurant, you can call up The Grid or send them a message on Facebook or Instagram. Alternatively, you can also order via GrabFood.

Just some of the items you can order from Spicebird are the 1/4 Piri-Piri Chicken Board (P325), Piri-Piri Pork Belly Board (P430), and Piri-Piri Eggplant and Squash Board (P295), which all come with spiced rice, side salad, veggie chips, a milky roll, and your choice among Spicebird's signature sauces. If you're feasting with the family, you can go for one of their sharing options, like the One Whole Piri-Piri Chicken with Spice Rice (P995) or Piri-Piri Pork Belly Slab Ala Carte (P1,195).

You can't go wrong with Spicebird's Piri-Piri Chicken.
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Don't sleep on their Piri-Piri Pork Belly, either!
PHOTO BY Hans Fausto/ archives

From Please, Senpai, you can get the Chicken Yakitori Bowl(P320), Pork Yakitori Bowl (P350), Chicken & Pork Yakitori Bowl (P295), or Vegetable Yakitori Bowl(P295)—all of which come with rice, an onsen egg, tempura flakes, furikake, nori, Japanese pickles, and tare sauce. They also offer the the Chicken Yakitori Tray (P590/10 pieces, P1,250/20 pieces), Pork Yakitori Tray (P750/10 pieces, P1,450/20 pieces), and Chicken & Pork Yakitori Tray (P650/10 pieces, P1,290/20 pieces), which are perfect for sharing.

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Please, Senpai grills up some seriously flavorful yakitori.
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Spicebird is a restaurant by the Sunny Side Group. They originally hail from Boracay, but finally opened their first Manila branch in September this year. Please, Senpai, on the other hand, is a yakitori concept by the same group, which opened in October.

Spicebird is at Stall 14, The Grid Food Market, R2 Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati. For takeaway and delivery orders from Spicebird or Please, Senpai, contact The Grid at 0917-707-7459 or 0917-702-2534, or send them a message on Facebook or Instagram. Alternatively, you can also find Spicebird on GrabFood, or Please, Senpai under Off-Grid on GrabFood.

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