Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

Boodle Fighting at Gerry’s Jeepney

Because the kids thoroughly enjoyed our last boodle fight style of dining at Cavite, we decided to have the same experience here in the metro.

Boodle Fight

Boodle fight is the military practice of eating a meal where long tables covered with banana leaves are prepared and food is placed on top of it. People eat together with their bare hands symbolizing camaraderie, brotherhood, and equality among the soldiers. Nowadays, restaurants are also offering this style of dining.

Gerry’s Jeepney in Kapitolyo is one of them. Curious about the jeepney theme, we decided to try it out.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

There were literally jeepneys everywhere, much to the children’s delight!

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

The entrance was lined with jeepneys left and right. Each has its own unique and colorful design that serves as a themed dining area for the customers. The place is truly Instagram worthy and it’s no wonder you’d always see someone taking photos.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

They do have an indoor airconditioned area that has the traditional table and chairs.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

Plus one jeepney styled dining area. Whopeee!

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

We let the kids choose their jeepney and they immediately took to “driving” it.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

Here’s the dining area inside the jeepney.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

A closer look. There is no platform as in the real jeep, so no need to worry about tripping. It also has the typical amusing signs in front (not in photo) that are typical in jeepneys like “God knows Hudas not Pay” or “Kalimutan na ang lahat, wag lang ang bayad!” 🙂

One jeep can seat about 8 people comfortably. It’s not baby friendly though as there is no provision for high chair or booster seat.

Oh, and there’s also a cat roaming around, which scared the wits out of MIL. Hehe!

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

For smaller groups, they have jeepneys that have a partition in the middle. It can accommodate 4 people per section.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

This is their menu for boodle fight. They have set menus ranging from 2 to 8 people.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

I love the names of their set menu groups! It really goes with the theme!

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

We ordered the Alabang as there were 6 of us. The food portion was enough, the taste was typical of any grilled food. The kids loved the chicken BBQ!

If you’re wary of using your hands to eat, you can request for cutlery but using your hands is a must-try! 🙂 They do have designated hand washing areas so no need to worry.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

It’s truly a fun experience for the whole family, especially for the kids! It’s also a nice place to bring your foreign visitors for them to get a taste of authentic Filipino culture.

Boodle Fighting at Gerry's Jeepney

Gerry’s Jeepney Quezon City
7B Maginhawa St., Quezon City
4356824

Gerry’s Jeepney Kapitolyo
72 East Capitol Dr.
7460465

Operating Hours: Tues to Sun 11am to 11pm

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