Boodle fight is the military’s way of eating. Here, rice and viands laid out on banana leaves, along with fresh fruits, are set on top of a long table. Then, soldiers eat from the feast with their bare hands – no plates, no utensils.
What has long been a military tradition has become another trend in dining, but of course, it has a better name – boodle feast – and in a much more comfortable condition and in a classier way.
Unlike the other restaurant, Seafood Island doesn’t capitalize on the military school heritage of the boodle fight. Rather, Seafood Island focuses on the food itself, and the way the food combinations are presented. Diners are encouraged to eat with their hands, although plates and cutlery are provided too.
Meanwhile, the long wait was over, our food was now ready to serve! Finally, we could feed our growling stomachs. However, we were really amazed by the presentation of the food. But, what surprised us the most was its quantity. Too much for us!! Hahahahahahahha. Too much for our stomachs can accept.
Nonetheless, we shared and savored not only the sumptuous dinner but the laughter and joy of great people with us.
Talking about the leftovers, instead of leaving it on the table, we decided to take it out and gave them to the street children we met along the road.
Thank you so much GGPEI for making this memorable experience to happen and happy New Year and more power to the company that gave us the big smile everyday.