Seafood Diet at The Boiling Seafood Restaurant



For the first time ever, I hosted a Team Aldous lunch at Alabang Town Center, one of the oldest Ayala malls around. Since I'm a North person, I rarely go there but the concept of the Boiling Seafood Restaurant got me curious. They serve fresh seafood in a plastic bag wherein you will be tempted to use your hands on them. An apron is also provided because it is expected to become a huge mess. Unfortunately, because of the apron I mistakenly called a customer to ask for water. How embarrassing was that. Anyway, on to the food...


Crispy Calamari (P285)



Pirate Paul's Buffalo Wings (P295/6 pcs)


The Crispy Calamari and Buffalo Wings did their part as the appetizers. The Calamari was kind of decent and the Wings were actually good for a seafood themed restaurant as they were crunchy on the outside and juicy on the inside. We were all careful not to eat too much of them as we knew what was coming to the table.


Shrimp in Cajun Sauce (P595/350 grams)


I actually had most of the Shrimp in Cajun Sauce. For those who don't know, the seafood of the Boiling Seafood Restaurant is fresh everyday as they are delivered from Roxas City. One bite out of the shrimp and I can tell that is indeed true.


Shrimp in Crab Fat Sauce (P595/350 grams)


They let you choose the sauce for each seafood bag as well as the level of spiciness. I requested to lower down the spices of all the seafood as I have a low tolerance on spices. I'm a shrimp lover so I could be biased when I say that it was my favorite out of all the food that was served. There are times when I thought I was full but I would go ahead and get another shrimp. It was that good.


Clams in Coconut Curry Sauce (P325/400 grams)



Mussels in Cajun Sauce (P325/400 grams)


I thought the Coconut Curry Sauce was the best among all the sauces. It had that taste that mixes well with any of the seafood served. Anyway, it was a good thing I was on a seafood diet that day which is a "when I sea food I eat it". However, I am on that diet all the time. The Clams and Mussels really made me wish I had two tummies instead of one.


Crabs in Sweet Chili Sauce (P185/100 grams)

I had the staff shred the crab for me so it would save time. It is either that or I was too lazy to do it. The crabs were really good. As a matter of fact, all the seafood were great and the sauces that came with them fit them just fine. When I come back, I will try the seafood with other sauces to see if it would be a good fit too.


BBQ Hickory Baby Back Ribs (P995/whole slab)

We were all full when the Baby Back Ribs arrived so we all took a bite then I took it home for lunch the next day. I was really able to taste the barbecue flavor in the ribs. The meat was also tender which is always good for a baby back ribs since I tried numerous ribs whose meat made my tooth ache.



The Boiling Seafood Restaurant
Alabang Town Center

3 (mga) komento:

Janine Agbon ayon kay ...

The shrimp in crab fat sauce looks good!

Rochkirstin Santos ayon kay ...

The concept of putting food inside the plastic bag and allowing guest diners to choose the sauce is unique. All the seafood dishes here looked tasty and I can't decide which to order first.

Cates Sales ayon kay ...

Mussels in cajun sauce! Looks delish!

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