If you are looking for a new place to dine and chill in, a newly opened restaurant and bar in the Culinary Capital of the Philippines is ready to serve you. Boodle District Restaurant and Bar is the new restaurant you must visit with your family and friends. It’s very accessible to the travelers and also those who just wanted to eat out and chill. Conveniently located in Northwalk 2, San Fernando, Pampanga, it also has ample parking spaces which makes it a hassle-free food destination. Boodle District opens at 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM.
As we, Where in Pampanga Team entered the restaurant, Mam Alyssa and Sir Brice welcome us with their beautiful smile on their faces. We’re very impressed when we start asking them about the newly opened restaurant with their very accommodating staffs and we start doing our part (blogging).
With its menu, customers have a wide option to choose from and are guaranteed to suit the taste of those who prefer their food just like how it’s done in their own homes. You will also be pleased with their prices considering the quality and taste of what they have to offer. They offer foods that will surely remind you of home but they also offer you something when you just want to relax and have a good time like their affordable buckets of beer which already comes with a “pulutan”.
They have a lot of A la carte to choose from to gratify you and your taste bud like Binagoongang Bagnet, Sizzling Gambas, Buffalo Wings, Kare-Kareng Dagat, Shanghai Lumpia, Bulalo, T-Bone Steak etc.
A few minutes later, this simply amazing dish arrived. This is the Boodle District SET C; it is good for 8-10 persons that only cost 1,198 pesos, which consists of perfectly prepared Grilled Chicken, Pork Barbeque, Inahaw na Pusit, Inihaw na Bangus, Pinaputok na Tilapia, Lumpiang Shanghai, Spicy Crabs, Shrimps, Lechon Kawali, Special Chopsuey, Ensaladang Mangga and Minatamis na Saging. There is also a wide choice if traditional dips that come along with the meal. Their boodle set comes with unlimited rice, Free 1 Pitcher Iced Tea and a Free Soup of the Day.
A Boodle Feast is best enjoyed by family, friends, colleagues, and groups. Simply dig into the foodstuff displayed on the table (wash your hands first) they also have plastic gloves to use when you eat with your bare hands and enjoy them at your corner of the large banana leaf on which the food is served.
Just like many other things, a boodle fight has a military origin; soldiers place rice, sardines, and other foodstuffs on a row of banana leaves. At a given signal, they begin to “aim” for their choicest bits.
Eating a boodle is best enjoyed using traditional Filipino kamayan, a way of eating food with bare hands. If you’re new at this, don’t worry, we won’t laugh at you if you end up with food on your cheek or forehead. For those who want a little alcohol in their system, Boodle District features a variety of beers. Of course, they serve a non-alcoholic drink like fruit shakes, soda/juices in can and pika-pika (finger foods) as well.
Boodle District also serves breakfast like Tapsilog, Crispy Pata, Lomi, Arrozcaldo and Pasta!
We more enjoyed our unique and sumptuous meal in Boodle District. Indeed, visiting Boodle District Restaurant and Bar should a must-stop destination in your food/travel itinerary.
Once again, thank you very much to Mam Alyssa and Sir Brice and staffs of Boodle District for accommodating us on our visit. Boodle District accepts reservations. So book now and fill your tummy with delicious dishes of Boodle District.
Address: Boodle District, Northwalk 2, JASA Road, Dolores, CSFP
Hours: 10:00 am to 01:00 am (Monday to Sunday)
Contact No.: 0956-157-0532
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Jirell is a hobbyist photographer and an Auto Club lead organizer in Pampanga who lives in Guagua Pampanga.