July 14 is a very special day because we are celebrating two birthdays in our family. We wanted to eat in a restaurant that we haven't tried before so Seafood Island in Techno Hub (Camp John Hay) was our pick.
We arrived at around eleven in the morning so there were just a number of occupied tables. But the place was fully loaded when lunch time struck, which is something really typical during a Sunday. Good thing I was able to get some snaps while it was still roomy.
The interior gives you a feel of eating in a restaurant by the beach. Put it together with the crew who are dressed in a Hawaiian themed outfit, yup it's like dining somewhere out of Baguio.
|I really love this wall art.|
If you eat at Seafood Island, choose the boodle fight set meals so you can entirely get the feel of the place. A set is good for 3-5 or 5-7 persons, as said in the menu. We got the set that's good for 7 people. I think the rice was good for seven but the viand was only good for four. But this depends on your portions. I eat more viand than rice. The boodle fight was worth the experience anyway.
|Menu is right about the "SEAFOOD BONDING"|
|We got the DAVAO GULF|
|This went in after a couple of minutes of ordering|
|Pork BBQ + Bagoong Rice|
|Grilled Imbao, Tomatoes, Eggplant, and Salted Egg|
|Lato Salad (sea weeds, dilis, tomatoes, and onion)|
|Grilled Baby Squid & Steamed Shrimps + Crispy Dulong Rice|
|(Top left:) Pomelo & Shrimp Salad (Right:) Grilled Tuna + Kalkag Rice|
|Kinilaw na Langka sa Gata|
|Don't mess with hungry people ;)|
*Desserts will be featured on the next blog entry.
My Satisfaction Level
Palate Happiness 2/5
Budget: P2000 (really depends on the capacity and no. of diners, given's for 6)
Here are the two precious celebrants for July 14: my mom (left) who just turned 6* and my grandma (right) who celebrates her second birthday as a star...