Saturday, July 14, 2012

Captain A’s Seafood Grill's Boodle Fight

Captain A’s Seafood Grill is a Filipino-inspired grill house restaurant that is the first in Cebu to bring in the concept of the Philippine military boodle fight tradition to casual dining.


The boodle fight is a Philippine military eating tradition, originally practiced by the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) cadets, wherein members of the military— regardless of rank, no pretentions whatsoever—gather around a long table where a jumble of food is spread over banana leaves or old newspapers, and eaten with bare hands, as a symbol of fraternity and equality.

The boodle fight is usually prepared in celebration after a successful event or for a special occasion.


There are seven Boodle Fight meals to indulge in.

Battle of Mactan (Php 1,080.00)
- It is named after the famous battle off the shores of Mactan in 1521 between Lapu-Lapu and Ferdinand Magellan
- Includes:
Bagoong Rice, Plain Rice
Grilled Shrimps, Grilled Tilapia
1/2 Chicken Barbeque, Kinilaw na Tanguige, Beef
Kare-Kare
Ensaladang Manga with Bagoong, Salted Egg with
Tomato

Loakan Fiesta (Php 1,080.00)
- It is named after Loakan, Baguio City, where the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) is located
- Includes:
Java Rice, Plain Rice
Grilled Squid, Grilled Pork Belly, Steamed Crabs
Grilled Clams, Nilasing na Hipon, Sinigang na Bangus
Pinakbet, Ensaladang Labanos with Dillis

D’ Original (Php 1,240.00)
- As its name suggests, it mostly consists of the original items of food eaten by PMA cadets in a boodle fight.
- Includes:
Sardines Rice, Plain Rice
Chicken and Pork Adobo, Grilled Squid, Grilled
Prawns
Deep Fried Crabs, Ensaladang Talong
Tuna and Crab Meat Sisig, Grilled Tuna Belly
Salted Egg with Tomato and Onion

Sinugba Festival (Php 1,175.00)
- All of the viands that make up this boodle fight meal are grilled.
- Includes:
Garlic Rice, Plain Rice
Inihaw na Pork Belly, Inihaw na Manok
Inihaw na Pusit, Inihaw na Bangus, Baked Scallops
Mongo Soup, Inihaw na Okra, Inihaw na Talong,
Ampalaya with Dilis

Sinulog Feast (Php 1,175.00)
- It is named after the well-known annual festivity in Cebu City, the Sinulog Festival.
- Includes:
Pusô, Plain Rice
1/2 Lechon, 1/2 Chicken Inasal
Chorizo Barbeque, Danggit
Hipon with Gata, Nilarang Soup
Fresh Tomatoes and Calamansi

Birthday Boodle (Php 1,265.00)
- It is a boodle fight meal especially prepared for birthday celebrations.
- Includes:
Plain Rice, Pancit Canton
Lumpia Shanghai, Pork Barbeque, Chicken Leg
Barbeque
Grilled Prawns, Grilled Tilapia, Grilled Squid
Sautéed Kangkong with Garlic
Clams in Com with Malunggay

Crab Temptation (Php 1,499.00)
- This is the newest boodle fight meal that offers a sumptuous array of steamed crabs that are deliciously irresistible

* All Boodle Fight meals come with unlimited plain rice, a platter of fresh fruits, and one (1) round of iced Tea (five glasses).

The boodle fight, as a house specialty, makes Captain A’s Seafood Grill unique from other native grill houses in town.

Captain A's Seafood Grill is located at Don Jose Avila Street, Capitol Site, Cebu City. For inquiries or reservations, call them at 5059594 or email at captainasseafoodgrill@gmail.com.

1 comment:

  1. boodle fight meals are awesome! promotes friendship! great post!

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