Restaurant: Captain A’s Seafood Grill Address: Now in Escario (Formerly at Ground Floor, Skyrise 3, Cebu I.T. Park, Apas, Cebu City) Food: Filipino, Mexican, American Type of Dining: Casual Dining Type of Payment: Cash Wifi: Yes (ask the password from any of waiters or cashier) Store Hours: Mondays – Thursdays […]
Restaurant: Captain A’s Seafood Grill
Address: Now in Escario
(Formerly at Ground Floor, Skyrise 3, Cebu I.T. Park, Apas, Cebu City)
Food: Filipino, Mexican, American
Type of Dining: Casual Dining
Type of Payment: Cash
Wifi: Yes (ask the password from any of waiters or cashier)
Mondays – Thursdays : 6:00 PM – 2:00 AM
Fridays – Saturdays: 6:00PM – 3:00 AM
Sundays: 3:00 PM – 12:00 Midnight
A military eating tradition by the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) cadets became one of Philippine’s unique eating adventure called Boodle Fight. A jargon for “eating combat” or “attack the food” where food is shared among the members and serve on top of the banana leaves or newspaper and eaten with bare hands while standing to symbolized fraternity and equality.
The boodle fight is usually prepared in celebrating a successful event or a special occasion.
Capturing and infusing the concept of Boodle Fight, Captain A ‘s would like to share this tradition to casual dining with nonmilitary group and share camaraderie among your friends, family, barkadas and colleagues in style.
My Brothers, Doyzkie and Mon, and I together with Cebu media friends were able to experience how to boodle fight.
Served on our table was the Sinulog Feast (1,175.00) which is named after the well-known annual festivty in Cebu City, The Sinulog.
The meal includes plain Rice, chorizo Barbeque,
Nilarang Soup with fresh tomatoes and calamansi,
lechon, chicken inasal
and Hipon with Gata.
Other Captain A’s boodle meals we were able to sample are:
The Battle of Mactan (1,080.00 PHP) 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 nga Tanguige, Beef kare-kare, Ensaladang mangga with bagoong and Salted egg with tomato
Loakan Fiesta ( Php 1,020.00) 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 and Ensaladang Labanos with Dilis
D’Original ( 1,240.00 PHP) As its name suggests, it mostly consist 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 and Salted Egg with Tomato and onion
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 and Ampalaya with dilis
Birthday Boodle ( 1,265.00 PHP) is a boodle fight meal especially prepared for birthday celebrations.
INCLUDES: Plain rice, Pancit canton, Lumpiang shanghai, Pork Barbeque, Chicken leg, Grilled prawns, Grilled tilapia, Grilled squid, Sauteed kangkon with Garlic and Clams in corn with malunggay
Crab Temptation (1,499.00 PHP) is the newest boodle fight meal that offers a sumptuous array of Steamed crabs that are deliciously irresistible
*All the boodle fight meals comes with unlimited plain rice, a platter pf fresh fruits and one(1) round of iced tea (Five glasses).
Using bare hands, sharing boodle meals with friends and family is such a fun experience.
— Not to worry for those first timers, guests will also be guided by waiters from Captain A’s how to eat a boodle meal and a little background on the history of boodle fight
LET’S GOOO BOOODLLE FIIGHT!