Promising the best seafood dining experience, Blackbeard’s Seafood Island has been fixing craving-for-seafood-related woes for years now. Emulating a vibe that is similar to the beach, diners no doubt find it easy to get handsy and just dig into a bounty of fresh treasures from the sea! As they have grilled goodies, yummy ala cartes, and even live seafood paluto, one might think that’s what Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is all about already. However, you might want to brace yourself and sit down for this, but they actually have a ton of boodle options, too!
That’s right, others might not know this about them, but Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is the Boodle Authority! Wondering what they mean by Boodle Authority? Well, wonder no more, because by that they mean they are actually the first restaurant with boodles as its main product as well as they are the first restaurant to commercialize boodle way back 2004! Totally worthy of a wow react and an applause, right?
They have more than 10 boodle options diners could choose from and these boodle choices can feed as much as 3 to 7 hungry folks, so people could really saunter their way here to Blackbeard’s Seafood Island with an empty grumbling tummy and leave with a loaded satisfied one. Talk about being full, right? Wrong! You are not only going to be full, as you are going to be so happy, too.
Ever been to Boracay?If not, then one would be able to get a taste of Boracay by gobbling down their Boaracay Feast (3 to 4 persons Php 1500 | 5 to 6 persons Php 2199) which is a boodle option loaded with bagoong rice, pork bbq, chicken inasal skewers, grilled tilapia, grilled squid skewers, crispy dulong, grilled eggplant, grilled okra, grilled tomato, ensaladang manga, laing, grilled pineapple, watermelon, ripe mango, and ensaladang lato.
From Boracay, go fly your tastebuds to Vigan. This Vigan (5 to 7 persons Php 1499) boodle of Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is packed with garlic rice, lumpiang bangus, papaitan, grilled bangus, crispy pork salad, bagnet, toasted garlic, crispy dulong, kinilaw na tanigue, gising-gising, grilled eggplant, grilled okra, grilled tomato, ensalanglato, and dinakdakan sisig!
If you think those two are already a feast, then think again, because their Island Sinugba Festival (3 to 4 persons Php 1599 | 5 to 6 persons Php 2699) is such a delicious bomb! Comes with garlic rice, grilled bangus belly, grilled squid skewer, shrimp skewers, pork bbq, chicken inasal skewers, sautéed mussels, sautéed clams, kinilaw na tanigue, grilled tuna panga, steamed crabs, ensaladang manga, ensaladang lato, laing, lato, and crispy dulong; this Island Sinugba Festival is exactly what is – a festival.
Now, take a breath, because we have more for you! We know that third time is a charm and we already gave you three boodles to go crazy for, but Blackbeard’s Seafood Island has two new ones that would get you excited as you turn into a boodle master… or maybe boodle monster? Just kidding!
Ready yourself for Umagang Kay Ganda (3 to 4 persons Php 998), because although Blackbeard’s Seafood Island opens at 11AM, having this boodle really will make your day even brighter! Filled with rice, scrambled egg, liempo, salted egg, daing, ampalaya, okra, tomatoes, bangus belly, and dipping sauces such as soy sauce and vinegar; this one is like a second chance to say a chirpy hi to Mr. Sunshine.
Last boodle for today, but def not the least is none other than Pahiyas (3 to 4 persons Php 1289)! This famous Philippine festival inspired boodle will really give your palate a coloful mishmash of flavors and textures to munch on as this one has rice, pancit, ginataang tilapia, okra, embutido, salted egg, lumpia, shrimps, sisig, and dips and sides like bagoong, soy sauce, vinegar, and atchara.
We said that that’s the last boodle, but we didn’t say that that’s the last dish by Blackbeard’s Seafood Island in this food adventure, to simply put it. As mentioned, they also have ala cartes and you should not miss out on their bestsellers like the Chicken Isaw (Php 125), the Mangga’t Bagoong (Php 139) as well as the Classic Crispy Pata (Php 599)!
To finally and officially end this rather abundant lunch with Blackbeard’s Seafood Island, go take a look on their desserts because they have Pinoy delicacies to sure hit that sweet spot like their Sizzling Biko with Langka and Yema (Php 150) which is served on a sizzling plate so expect a lot of sizzle going on in this coconut-langka biko, withyema sauce, and topped with vanilla ice cream; as well as their Biko, Ube & Macapuno Roll (Php 165) which is biko roll stuffed with ube and macapuno crusted with dessicated coconut served with ube ice cream.
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Address: San Miguel by the Bay, SM Mall of Asia Seaside Blvd, Pasay, Metro Manila
Contact Number: 0948 099 6966
Hours of Operation: Sunday to Thursday 10AM to 2AM; Friday to Saturday 10AM to 3AM