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Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experience
« on: July 28, 2014, 11:09:27 am »

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Boodle fight may sound like something a soldier would use during combat but it is actually a Filipino style of eating. We would often see this on the news when a politician visits a military base or after joint military exercises. In a normal meal, food is served on separate dishes but in a boodle fight, everything is laid out on a giant banana leaf for everyone to feast on. Another thing that makes boodle fight truly Filipino is the use bare hands in place of utensils.

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Re: Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experince
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2014, 11:10:11 am »
If you want to have this unique Filipino experience, check out these restaurants in Metro Manila:

House of Pugon

This restaurant along White Plains, Quezon City offers Filipino dishes like pugon-baked Lechon Sisig and Bistek Tagalog. House of Pugon currently has two set meals in their Boodle Series which are Hapag Marangle (Farm Feast) or Abak Maranun (Kapangpangan Breakfast). Each set meal is good for four to five people and comes with sagot’ gulaman.

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Re: Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experince
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2014, 11:11:12 am »
Gerry’s Jeepney

When you visit Gerry’s Jeepney, you’ll feel like you have just stepped inside a jeepney. Their decorations include colorful banderitas and common jeepney signage like “Basta driver, sweet lover” or “Makalimutan na ang lahat, wag lang ang bayad.” Customers can also enjoy a round or two dama or sungka while waiting for their orders. This restaurant has a sink nearby so you and your friends can wash your hands before digging into the mountain of food. These group meals are named after places in Metro Manila namely Monumento, Cubao, and Ayala. These can feed as few as four people to as many as eight hungry customers.

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Re: Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experince
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2014, 11:12:01 am »
Blackbeard’s Seafood Island

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island offers an extensive list of boodle feasts for groups to enjoy. They have options for people dining in groups of three to seven. This restaurant also has an a la carte menu for those who do not feel like eating with their bare hands. So if you are looking for a place to enjoy seafood you may visit one of their 16 branches in Metro Manila and Antipolo City.

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Re: Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experince
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2014, 03:21:19 am »
Another thing that makes boodle fight truly Filipino is the use bare hands in place of utensils.

but is this truly filipino?  i thought this is more subcontinental south asian.  meanwhile, most of our neighbors in southeast asia use chopsticks.  what's filipino is the use of a spoon instead of a table knife.  eating with bare hands during picnics on the beach, probably.

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Re: Boodle Fight: A Unique Filipino Dining Experince
« Reply #6 on: July 30, 2014, 03:43:47 pm »
but is this truly filipino?  i thought this is more subcontinental south asian.  meanwhile, most of our neighbors in southeast asia use chopsticks.  what's filipino is the use of a spoon instead of a table knife.  eating with bare hands during picnics on the beach, probably.

Kin maoy truly exotic. Neither bare, nor hands...





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