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Boodle Fight at RBG Park Inn Davao

RBG Boodle Fight Rematch 2 with Boneless Pork Lechon Belly

RBG Boodle Fight Rematch with Boneless Pork Lechon Belly

There’s not better way to celebrate anything than with food, good, glorious food. And RBG at Park Inn Davao knows that. They have prepared a feast to celebrate the Kadayawan Festival. Presenting… RBG’s Boodle Fight Rematch.

Boodle Fight is the Philippine military style of dining. Rice and various dishes are laid out on banana leaves and diners are encouraged to eat with their hands, sans plates and utensils. In the past few years, it has become a stylish (and easy) way of serving Filipino dishes, mostly featuring fresh seafood and grilled dishes. It is often practiced in fiestas and family gatherings.

RBG’s Boodle Fight Rematch is a good representation of typical Filipino fiesta dishes, highlighting popular Davao food. The meal’s centerpiece is Boneless Pork Lechon Belly, a scaled down version of the popular Lechon (whole roasted pig).

Boneless  Pork Lechon Belly of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Boneless Pork Lechon Belly of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Tasty, succulent, and encased in crispy pork skin. It is definitely a delight to eat.

The Boodle Fight Rematch spread includes popular Filipino starters: Native Tinolang Manok (Chicken Soup made with free range chickens), Fern Salad with Salted Eggs, and Lumpia (Spring Rolls).

Fern Salad of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch 2

Fern Salad of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Aside from the Lechon Belly, RBG’s Boodle Fight features Pinaupong Manok and Grilled Tuna Belly.

Pinaupong Manok of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Pinaupong Manok of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Grilled Tuna Belly of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch 2

Grilled Tuna Belly of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch



For non-pork eaters, RBG also prepares a Boodle Fight with Bangus (Milk Fish) in lieu of the Boneless Lechon Belly.

The complement the viands, both Plain Steamed Rice and Garlic Rice are set in the middle of the spread. Plus, a variety of condiments and popular Filipino side dish Achara (Green Papaya Relish) is also served with it.

And to complete the experience, Filipino desserts are also served with RBG’s Boodle Rematch.

Buko Salad of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch 2

Buko Salad of the RBG Boodle Fight Rematch

Special Davao Cake of the Boodle Fight Rematch 2

Special Davao Cake of the Boodle Fight Rematch

I got to try this filling spread and my verdict: superbly satisfying. My top picks are the crispy Fern Salad, the succulent Lechon Belly (OF COURSE!), and the perfectly seasoned and cooked Grilled Tuna Belly. Best eaten with Garlic Rice. YUM!

All these plus a Pitcher of Drink can feed 6 – 7 persons. For only PhP 2,299.

The RBG Boodle Fight is available for lunch and dinner from August 12 to 31, 2016.

Chef Teng Collantes of RBG Park Inn Davao

Chef Teng Collantes of RBG Park Inn Davao

RBG is located at the Ground Floor of Park in Davao by Radisson located at JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City. For inquiries and reservations, contact them at +6382-2727600. For updates, follow them on social media: fb.com/ParkInnDavao on Facebook, @ParkInnDavao on Instagram, and @ParkInnDavao on Twitter.

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