Welcome summer with a big appetite! If you can’t go to the beach just yet, step in to your nearest Black Beard’s Seafood Island Restaurant to satisfy your seafood cravings in a unique very Filipino way!
Apart from the ambiance, live and fresh seafood offerings will make you feel like you’re on a seafood feast! And the wide variety of boodle set on banana leaves – well, it’s a gastronomic seafood treat!
Black Beard’s Seafood Island
Black Beard’s Seafood Island is the leading boodle Filipino Seafood dining restaurant in the Philippines that specializes on, well you guess it right, boodle-style banquet of seafood delight!
A lot of Asian countries are proud of their chopstick heritages but Filipinos are also proud with their hand-to-mouth eating etiquette locally known as mag-kamay (use of hand) wherein you use your right hand to scoop rice and viand in your four fingers, and you push the food inside your mouth using your thumb.
Black Beard’s Seafood Island is all about that – eating using your bare hands. Of course washing your hands thoroughly is a must, and I must say, Seafood Island restaurants are complete with washing basins with soap and plastic gloves to motivate the costumers to really try mag-kamay.
It is inspired by the military style of eating called Boodle Fight wherein soldiers lined up tables to cater the entire troop with food placed on top of banana leaves. Different kinds of viands are placed on top of hot steaming rice and just by using their bare hands, they aim to win this eating combat session with their big appetite!
Seafood Island carefully thought off different kinds of seafood viands, set them and placed on huge square wooden platter covered by banana leaves – definitely giving a different kind of bonding experience. When serving boodle, they also encourage the costumers to use their hand for that authentic eating-on-the-beach experience – deboning fish and cracking crab shells are more exciting when you use your hands!
The Blowout Boodle
This summer, Black Beard’s Seafood Islands has come up with another set of boodle called Blowout. As the name implies, it is basically all about celebrating something special! For one, if it’s your birth month, all you have to do is present a valid ID and you’ll automatically get 300 pesos off on the Blowout Boodle!
Chef Isaac explained the Filipino dishes included in the Blowout Boodle:
Celebrate with grandeur of crispy pata and crunchy fish crackers. For long life, Pancit Canton, colorful with crisp vegetables, lumpiang gulay, garlic bangus, filled stuffed squids, tortang talong with ensalada. Get the thrill going with sour broth of sinigang na ulo ng salmon, the classic kare kareng tadyang on steamed rice, and summer fruit slices of pineapple and watermelon.
For only Php2350.00, the Blowout Boodle is good for 5-7 pax, now you can have the extreme blowout bonding with friends and family!
Have the extreme blowout you’ve been craving for, and savor the celebration in a unique very Filipino way with Black Beard’s Seafood Island!