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Seafood Island Northshore Grill

       I'm not really a fan of sea foods but when we (group of 10 hungry people) once looked for a place to eat after a tiresome day, we thought  of eating in a buffet. So I thought, why not? We all grew up by the way in the province so we're used to "kamayan" or "boodle fight". We're a group of five hungry boys and another five equally hungry girls looking for somewhere to eat. And when a friend who've already tried eating at this place before recommended it, everyone else agreed.

       Seafood Island offers a wide array of choices of everything under the sea. The concept is very Filipino, boodle feast over a banana leaves perfect way to bond with your family and friends. I have heard Seafood Island before and have always wanted to try eating here. So we decided to go to their branch at Mall of Asia since it's the nearest.
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       My friend ordered the Tali Beach and Mt. Apo. I don't know why they named it this way. After few minutes of waiting, our jaws had dropped, we've got hungrier, and are ready to devour the food. Sounds exaggerated but yes, we really are hungry that time.

Tali Beach
       Tali Beach includes: Pork Barbecue, Chicken Inasal, Grilled Tilapia, Grilled Squid, Grilled Talong, Grilled Tomatoes, Steamed White Shrimps, Steamed Crabs, Sauteed Tahong, Lato, Green Mango, Watermelon, and Steamed Rice with Crispy Dulong. Good for 2-3 persons P995; good for 4-6 persons P1,345.

Mt. Apo
        On this menu we've got: Imbao sa Buco, steamed crabs, grilled liempo, inihaw na manok sa gata, grilled squid, steamed shrimps, fried tilapia, kinilaw na tangigue, balbakwa, ensaladang lato with crispy dilis and salted fish rice. Good for 5-7 persons P1,650. And I was wrong! It's not everything under the sea.

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. - See more at: http://www.pinoyadventurista.com/2014/06/restaurants-in-sm-mall-of-asia-seafood-island-moa.html#sthash.H9nPGkB6.dpuf
      The restaurant also serves other boodle options named as Magellan's Landing, Panlasang Pinoy, Fiesta Bicolandia, Palawan Shores, Dapitan's Pride and Boracay Feast. So it was named after places in the Philippines. 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. 

Shortly before the fight
        Overall, we enjoyed our early dinner at Seafood Islands in Mall of Asia. I have nothing much to say. The food is good. The price is fair enough. The location is by the way at the seaside of the Mall of Asia, adds to the island atmosphere of the place. The staffs are nice, courteous and attentive.We even had them took our photographs for several times. -Jon-
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 staffs 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! - See more at: http://www.pinoyadventurista.com/2014/06/restaurants-in-sm-mall-of-asia-seafood-island-moa.html#sthash.H9nPGkB6.dpuf -Jon-

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