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RESTAURANTS IN SM MALL OF ASIA: Blackbeard's Seafood Island Northshore Grill

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

I felt like a was on a beach resort or an island when we entered Blackbeard's Seafood Island Northshore Grill. The chic restaurant features an easy-going atmosphere like that of a beach - native and colorful decors, waiters wearing short pants and cool blue shirts, surfboards hanging on the walls and the resort-like ambiance of the restaurant are just some of the things you wouldn't miss. Urggghhhh! It makes reminisce the island adventure we had in Kalanggaman island last year.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

Last week, I was fortunate to try Blackbeard's Seafood Island located at SM by the Bay at the back of SM Mall of Asia. While waiting for our meal, we were served with Pinoy Nachos for appetizer. Yummmm! What a great way to start.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

After about a few minutes, the main course was served. My eyes dropped when I saw this huge plate called Dagupan's Pride. It is an array of different mouthwatering dishes served on banana leaves. It includes deep fried boneless bangus, pork bbq, steamed white shrimps, grilled tahong, grilled eggplant, okra, talbos ng kamote, fresh greem mangoes, crispy liempo and bagoong rice.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

I like the Boodle feast concept of Blackbeard's Seafood Island where every serving is good for 3 to 4 persons. The servings are more than enough and you get to try different dishes in one big meal. Food like these are best enjoyed with friends and families. The generous serving and the diverse dishes are certainly a topic for a long conversation.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

The restaurant also serves other boodle options wittingly named as Magellan's Landing, Panlasang Pinoy, Fiesta Bicolandia, Tali Beach, Palawan Shores, Dapitan's Pride and Boracay Feast. It's like traveling around the Philippine with your palate with each "Boodle Feast" showcasing different seafood dishes that you will really love. How much? It costs around 700 to 900 pesos for a boodle feast good for 3-4 persons and 1,000 to 1,300 pesos for a boodle feast good for 5-6 persons. Quite cheap huh! Dividing the bill among your group, you really wouldn't be spending that much.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

To keep the beach feel, we had a refreshing ice tea for our drinks.

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

Overall, we enjoyed our early dinner at Seafood Islands in Mall of Asia. I love the idea of eating on a banana leaf and just get whatever food you want or what's still available at your table. It makes me feel like I was transported on an island or a beach resort enjoying the sound of the waves and the cool breeze of the air! Hahaha!

The staff are nice, courteous and attentive. The quality and taste of food is good. The restaurant's ambiance is cool and conducive for long dining experience with family and friends. It was certainly a fun and memorable Seafood Island experience! We had a great time!

Where to Eat in MOA - Seafood Island Restaurant

Blackbeard's Seafood Island

Location: Mall of Asia, By the Bay
Bldg. G SM by the Bay, Seaside Blvd.
SM Mall Of Asia, Pasay City
Contact Number: (02) 804-0130
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Blackbeards.Seafood.Island
Twitter and Instagram: @seafoodisland


Disclosure: Seafood Island Mall of Asia sponsored our meals. Thank you for hosting us!





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