8.024 Mt Apo

8.024

29 (Sun) January 2017

Mt Apo

2.5

at Blackbeard’s Seafood Island

-Market! Market!, BGC-

with W and the Boyz, and HS’s family

HS and Family’s Visit, Day 2 (see previously 8.025 Gising Gising).

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Nearly 4 years since their previous meeting (see 4.091 Special Mari I & II)

Earlier, we took a daytrip to Tagaytay Highlands.

Back to BGC in time for dinner.

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Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is a Filipino restaurant chain.  Specializes in grilled/steamed/boiled seafood, as well as pork and chicken, plus all the classics – I’ve never been to a Filipino restaurant that didn’t offer grilled/steamed/boiled seafood, as well as pork and chicken, plus all the classics.  Currently 31 branches across the country.

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A boodle is a meal served on banana leaves, shared, eaten with hands – we chose to use utensils.

The Mt Apo set included: balbakwa, clams sa buko, steamed crabs, steamed shrimps, grilled squid, grilled pork belly, chicken inasal, fried tilapia, law-uy, kinilaw na tanguigue, ensaladang lato, garlic rice with crispy dilis.

As evidenced by the mostly cleared spread, my guests seemed to enjoy the food, and that’s what counts.

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