Seafood for big groups spells fun meals. And you get both that with the boodle fights at Blackbeard’s Seafood Island in Bacolod.
Yes I am a sucker for seafood. So just by being a seafood restaurant, Blackbeard’s Seafood Island in Bacolod got me already.
However, another thing that lures me to them is their reputation for serving big groups. The whole family should be there!
From boodle fight feasts to ala carte meals, this is seafood haven for me. And perhaps for many of you, too.
We have a lot of Bacolod restaurants serving seafood. So many choices and they just fight over prices, sanitation, location, and of course, flavors.
But the most important thing is to bring your gang along. Casual dining using the hands makes that moment more memorable and fun. It gets you to eat more. I dunno, it’s more appetizing that way.
At Blackbeard’s Seafood Island in Bacolod, the Boodle fight meals are based on themes. They come in different sizes, so you can choose which one that the group will agree on. And it should be one that has enough for everybody or else this will be a boodle fight over food!
Kidding aside, you will be transported to another place with the different boodle feast arrangements they have. These are inspired by the different places or provinces from different parts of the country.
Besides including ingredients that are popular in that area, the food is cooked and arranged to help you make believe you are on a dream trip. I know this is an exaggeration. But that is me when it comes to food and all the more with seafood.
I got to to try the Tali Beach boodle fight. It has so many seafood elements. Check out the photo below.
Guess who devoured most of the Alimango? Some of the other boodle fights they have are named Dagupan, Dapitan, Mt. Apo, Davao, and the like. The second boodle fight we had was Taal.
Blackbeard’s Seafood Island also has ala carte seafood meals as well as paluto. Paluto is choosing your seafood and the way it’s cooked. Last time we were there, we had the salted egg shrimps and it was really good!
It’s actually kind of weird that if I am to choose a dream vacation, it would be in the mountains. But when it comes to food, I go crazy over seafood. It does not even matter how these are cooked.
While I am not really a fan for beach life, seafood restaurants lure me like a fish unconcerned of the hook. Writing this got my mouth to water and imagine when I will go back for some unli-crabs at Blackbeard’s Seafood Island.
Blackbeard’s Seafood Island
Open daily during mall hours
2/F Ayala Malls Capitol Central (veranda)