A Foodie’s Guide to a Good Ol’ Boodle Fight in the Metro

One of Filipino food’s finest… the classic BOODLE FIGHT.

If you don’t know what a boodle fight is, picture this– Nothing beats eating with your bare hands while feasting on some freshly grilled eats like inihaw na liempo, BBQ, tilapia, crabs, shrimps, squid, and many more. Everything is laid out on a banana leaf including fried rice, and some salted egg and tomatoes!

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One of Filipino food’s finest, boodle fights are perfect for any occasion, doesn’t even have to be a special one after all, we Filipinos LOVE to eat!
Are you ready to get your hands dirty? Check out these boodle restaurants all over the metro!

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island – multiple branches

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island, where all the kanes and wahines come to hang out and bond with their friends and family over fresh seafood and affordable boodles!

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Gerry’s Jeepney – multiple branches

Gerry’s Jeepney is a themed restaurant that offers guests the experience of dining inside a jeepney. Enjoy Filipino food boodle-style and order other favourites like leche flan and turon for dessert!

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Tata Boy’s Boodle Fight– Kapitolyo

Tata Boy’s of Madison Commons is a stall that specializes in boodle sets good for groups. You can order their meat boodle, seafood boodle, or have a mix boodle. They also serve beer to pair with all that food!

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Madison Commons Food Park, #1 Brixton St, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0916) 633-7301

Boodle Fight Manila – Quezon City

Boodle Fight Manila is a family business that does custom boodle catering where they have several package options for you to choose from. Call them up to prepare you a family feast!

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30 Golden St, Quezon City
(0916) 296-9555

Boodle Grill – Antipolo

Boodle Grill is a traditional Filipino restaurant in Antipolo that also specializes in big boodle feasts. They have boodle sets for couples (“Pang-Date”) and for huge groups (“Pambarangay”) too!

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83 A L. Sumulong Circle Extension, Antipolo, Rizal
(0915) 913-2754

J&B Boodle House – Manila

At J&B Boodle House, you get to enjoy a wide variety of boodle favourites from liempo, tilapia, and other grilled favourites.

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1240 V. Concepcion St., Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines

Aracama – Fort Bonifacio

Aracama is a Filipino restaurant serving homegrown Filipino dishes inspired by Chef Fernando Aracama’s Negrense roots. It is also a bar and lounge offering house special cocktails and other alcoholic beverages.

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Unit C The Fort Entertainment Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 519-6815; (0917) 874-7738

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Fork N’ Dagger – Baguio

Fork N’ Dagger serves Filipino favourites along with their boodle meals. They have a variety of sizes from Junior Boodle and even Couple Boodle.

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No. 2 Green Water Road, Baguio City
0917 681 0056

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