Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Seafood Island Celebrates National Boodle Day



September is a special month for Seafood Island as it celebrates National Boodle Day. For a short backgrounder, Boodle Fight is a military term or military eating culture where food of different kinds are placed on a long table covered only with banana leaves with no forks, spoon or even plates. Everyone is encouraged to just dig in and eat whatever they want. 



Seafood Island is just one of the very few restaurants which offers “boodle-fight” dishes. It offers several variety of dishes from different regions in the Philippines. One particular selection is the Dagupan Boodle which consist of rice, mixed vegetables and fried boneless  milk-fish or Bangus which the city of Dagupan is quite famous for. 

The ever dynamic duo, Milo and Johanne

Among the many branches of Seafood Island scattered all over the country, The Seafood Island Market Market in Bonifacio Global City has a distinct feature. Every night, the guests of the restaurant are entertained an exceptional duo. They are Milo and Johanne, the versatile and dynamic tandem of Seafood Island where guests are treated with their classic comical antics and singing prowess that will make the costumers laugh their heart out. Live bands are also featured in this particular branch. So if you love reggae music, then one Friday night in Seafood Island is definitely a treat to the whole family and friends. 

Seafood Island own version of Buritos. Filipino Style...

The National Boodle Day is not just a celebration of Food but it is also a celebration of Filipino Culture where everyone is invited to dig in and eat together as one closely knitted family. On ordinary days the boodle will cost at around P1,200 but on National Boodles Day, the whole barkada can enjoy the best of all 7,100 island in the Philippines for only P999. 

One of the featured band with some reggea music...

So in the next payday, everyone is invited to schedule a Friday night treat of Boodle Fight at Seafood Island Market Market. To entice the pallet of everyone, here are some pictures that will surely tempt you to a lip-smacking treat. 


The Dagupan Boodle...

The Boracay Boodle...

The Davao Boodle...



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