Blackbeard’s Seafood Island Opens At Robinson’s Magnolia

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island Opens At Robinson’s Magnolia

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island opened it’s 22nd store in Robinson’s Magnolia also celebrating 8 years of Boodle Feast. If you’ve never been to Robinson’s Magnolia, you’re not alone. It was my first time. The mall is between LRT 2 stations Betty Go Belmonte and Gilmore.

Front – Robinson’s Magnolia
Back of Robinson’s Magnolia

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is located at the 3rd floor of the mall. There’s an entrance within the mall and one outside the mall.

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island is known for the freshest seafood, barbeque favorites and the ultimate in island cooking. Inspired by the famous pirate, Blackbeard, who traveled all over the Atlantic, the Indian and the Pacific Ocean, he’s been to Galapagos Islands, the Gold Coast, Africa, Europe and finally, Asia.

The interior has an island like theme with portraits of beaches, surfers and islands. Diners sense the cool positive vibes as they are ushered into Seafood Island’s hip interiors with a relaxed, fun-loving – north shore surfing feel.

The Seafood Island Boodle Feast is first of its kind, creatively re-inventing the way ‘Filipino food bundles for groups’ are created and presented – a trend adapted by most of the other Filipino grill concepts thereafter.

Boodles are available for 5-6 persons for as low as P995 to P1,650 depending on which boodle you order. There is also a 3-4 persons boodle ranging from P715 to P965 but not all boodles are available for this option.

Pinoy Nachos – P165

Here some of the boodles I saw during the opening and they are indeed a feast.

Panlasang Pinoy – P875 / P1,365

Panlasang Pinoy – includes hipon sa aligue, sinuglaw, ginataang alimango, adobong manok, kare-kareng gulay, ensaladang lato, with crispy dilis and plain rice.

Palawan Shores – P785 / P1,150

Palawan Shores – includes grilled shrimp, tahong, tilapia, squid, halaan, steamed crabs, grilled corn, lato, guinisang kangkong with bagoong with clam’s meat rice.

Mt. Apo – P1,650

Mt Apo – imbao sa buko, steamed crabs, grilled liempo, inihaw na manok sa gata, grilled squid, steamed shrimps, fried tilapia, law-uy, kinilaw na tanigue, balbakwa, ensaladang lato with crispy dilis and salted fish rice.

Tali Beach – P965 / P1,299

Tali Beach – grilled chicken, inasal bbq large, steamed white shrimps, grilled tilapia, grilled tahong, crabs, grilled squid, grilled tomatoes, lato, mangga, pakwan with steamed rice.

Davao Gulf – P1,450

Davao Gulf – chicken wings inasal, pork bbq, grilled baby squid, steamed shrimps, grilled tuna laman, grilled imbao, shrimp and pomelo salad, lato salad, kinilaw na langka sa gata, grilled talong, salted eggs, grilled tomatoes, kalkag rice, bagoong rice and crispy dulong rice.

Dagupan’s Pride – P785 – P1,250

Dagupan’s Pride – deep fried boneless bangus, pork bbq, steamed white shrimps, grilled tahong, grilled talong, okra talbos ng kamote, green mango, crispy liempo, and bagoong rice.

Fried Ice Cream
Buko Pandan

You’ve never really “Bonded” until you’ve celebrated with a Blackbeard Seafood Island Boodle Feast! – A get together with a Boodle Feast is sure to a most memorable celebration – the kind that makes for ‘photo moments’ and “FB Posts”!

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