Boodlelicious Grill, clearly the crowd-drawer in the defunct Night Cafe at Paseo del Rio, has brought its original all-boodle menu to the heart of Cagayan de Oro City with a more accessible site along Tiano-Akut Street right across Pilgrim Christian College’ main gate.

A Boodle Fight is a traditional Philippine military style of eating where long tables are prepared and food are on top of the table with viands and rice ready to eat using bare hands. The “fight” is coined for “hungry military men” grabbing and eating the most food served. If you’re slow, you’ll have less food to eat. Now Boodlelicious is bringing the ‘”boodle fight” to the community, and to your family and friends.

Below is its all boodle menu … price depends on the number of “boodle fighters”. The smallest boodle (2-3 persons) is the Baby Boodle (P300). Others are the all-seafood Giant Submarine (P1,190 good for 6-8 persons); Bang Bang (P625 good for 4-5 persons); Mini Submarine (P695 good for 4-5 persons); and Boom Boom (P1,150 good for 6-8 persons).


Basically, all boodle have the same inclusion…with slight differences as to the viand as shown below.


Below is a sample of its “Bang Bang” boodle.



By the way, all boodle are served HOT! Customers are provided with plastic gloves. Just in case you don’t want to join the “fight”, you can arrange to have it individually served instead.

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Boodlelicious is always packed for the dinner “fight”.

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Boodlelicious has also added an open area at the back with a small landscaped garden. They’re planning to have acoustic music playing soon.

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A “guard” stands at the entrance … (with an airsoft gun).





Boodlelicious’ food supply is delivered everyday making it fresh for the grill.

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Boodlelicious is open everyday starting at 5:00pm. For reservations and inquiries, you can contact text or call at 0927-630-0757 or 0905-306-4180.

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