Food is great and right amount. Family and friends who are on a tour trip enjoyed a full stomach of food during dinner.
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There's this Boodle Fight themed menu that you can choose from, it sad to say that you can only choose two kinds of vegetable which is Pinakbet and Chapseuy. Other than that, you will enjoy eating with empty stomach because you will be surely full...More
been here with my friend, ofcourse we ordered some of their best dishes, the food was fine. however the we have to wait much time for the food to be served. maybe , best if the resto can have more addtl chef.:)
Food is good, flavored and well seasoned, but the waiting hour is too long. I was expecting the food would warm. Still enjoyed their fun food.
Boodle fight were served after 1 hour, although we were advised, we are starving. Is it really have to be 1 hour of preparation? Nothing special with the food and insufficient for us (8 people). They give us our group picture though which is something...More
i keep going back for boodle fight. If I have visiting relatives or friends, I take them here for a fun experience. The walls are decorated with lovely photo arts to start a conversation. They also give you a photo to take home to remember...More
We are a group of 13 who decided to visit the restaurant as it is known for its Boodle feast. Truth be told, there was a boodle feast at the restaurant however, we find the serving quite small for a group and also a little...More
This is my second time to experience boodle feast (one was in Baguio) and i would say, the Papa papa's sampler was overwhelming, for 4 medium built female, we had to rest to finish all. Served in i think 1x1 meter plywood topped with banana...More
We are a group of five and decided to just take our lunch at the first restaurant that we passed by, and it was like destiny. The staff are very accommodating and happily walk us through their menu referring us their best dishes. and since...More