We entered the Seafood Island Restaurant in pure desperation, upon seeing the long queue of hungry people outside Cabalen (we have been planning to eat there).
I was quite hesitant to enter Seafood Island really, as I was expecting prices to be on the upscale, since it is after all a seafood restaurant in the Metro!!!
I was honestly surprised as I was given the menu and found group meals affordable and reasonable...
The restaurant aims for an nipa hut/beach ambiance with native abaniko-inspired ceiling fan, hard wood chairs and tables and island souvenir decorations.
The tough part was choosing from their wide selection boodle feast (all looked so yummy and filling).
|After much deliberation we ordered the "fiesta bicolandia"|
(halaan sa buko, pork bbq, ensaladang talong, ginataang alimango laing, grilled tilapia with bagoong rice... my mom wanted soup so we order sinigang bangus belly!)
|Some souvenir shots infront of Seasfood Restaurant, Market Market!|
VERDICT: Perfect for huge groups (families and barkadas, even balik-bayans). My balik-bayan Tita seems very satisfied (she ordered additional rice).
We had our fill for a little over P1200 (we actually paid less as we were with senior citizens).
It was a good thing Cabalen was full! So love this restaurant, we can't wait to order the other boodle feasts :P (Note to self: I will be back!!!)
Visit Seafood Island Restaurant at G/F Market! Market!, Carlos P. Garcia Ave Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.