When you usually dine at a typical restaurant, the restaurant dining table is equipped with the usual spoon, fork and plates. But here at the Seafood Island restaurant, for a group of four, viands of grilled meat and seafood are served at the middle of a large tray lined with clean banana leaves.
This is done traditionally by some Filipinos when at the beach or in a picnic. Some Filipinos still enjoy this kind of dining style.
Anyway, I was invited for a dinner by my friends at Seafood Island located at SM Southmall here in Las Pinas. We had that kind of dining experience and it was my first time to experience it.
It was remarkable and I really enjoyed the food and the dining experience.
We ordered a specific set meal that is good for 4 for only 1300 pesos. Grilled tilapia, grilled squid, tahong (mussels), alimango (mud crab) pork barbecue, rice sliced green mangoes and bagoong. We also tried some of their best sellers for non seafood eaters. We added lechon with kangkong and sisig.
Prices of food at the Seafood Island are reasonable – not too expensive. The price is just right for a large number of people.