For the “Juans” who love to eat more. For the “Juans” who enjoy eating in groups. For the “Juans” who love to eat to their fullest potential.
At Don Juan, we cater an array of Filipino favourites such as grilled food, distinct local cuisines and the most loved boodle fight food prepared daily in our kitchen facility using high quality and fresh ingredients.


“Boodle Fight” is a military way of eating. It is a symbol of camaraderie, brotherhood and equality in the Armed forces in which they share the same food without regard to rank. The “fight” part refers to the fact that it is everyman for himself during these feasts. This means you grab and eat as much as you can before the food runs out. Usually, long tables are prepared, food are spread on top of the banana leaves and Boodle participants are required to eat with their bare hands. Boodle Fight is arrayed with Filipino food specialties that includes lumpiang shanghai, pancit, grilled pork, chicken, shrimp or squid, grilled eggplant, adobo, dried fish or any dish of choice. Accompanying side dishes may be ensaladang pipino, atchara or mango slices with tomatoes and salted eggs. This Boodle fever is so popular and widely accepted by Flipinos nowadays due to their tremendous love for food, the keen to eat to their fullest potential and the enjoyment of eating in groups. [wpex more="Read more..." less="Read less"]

Definitely, Boodle fight is a unique Filipino dining experience. It is always a must-try adventure for everyJUAN during their group get-togethers, family gatherings or tourists’ meals. Don Juan Boodle House is Taal’s first restaurant serving Boodle Fight Food. At present, it offers 6 types of Boodle namely: Inihaw Boodle, Military Boodle, Southern Tagalog Boodle, Ilocos Boodle, Davao Boodle and Taal Specialties Boodle. Among the following Boodle sets, our best-seller is the Taal Specialties Boodle. It features Taal’s local cuisines such as: Sinaing na Tulingan, Ensaladang Taal, Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa, Tapang Taal, Adobo sa Dilaw, Tawilis, Longganisang Taal and Inihaw na Baboy. Through continuous innovations and renovations of its food, place and service, Don Juan Boodle House will continuously develop new distinct and delicious Boodle sets featuring regional specialties that will transform your meal into a truly Filipino satisfying eating experience.

Indeed, experiencing Boodle Fight at Don Juan Boodle House is truly a unique and great food eating adventure to everyJUAN.



A boodle is a Filipino dish that is served on a banana leaf and has a little bit of everything—-beef, pork, fish, vegetables, rice and more. This restaurant is famous for its boodles and they are a very reasonable price. Many tourists come here but so do the locals. Service was good and the food delicious.

puerto princesa


Taal is known for its preserved cultural heritage and old ancestral houses that’s why it is given the title “Heritage Town”. Its municipality and people are hand-in-hand in taking care of these tourist spots as they are intent on preserving history and our traditions…

Written by: Maria Celina Valencia
Photos by: Nicole John Martinez
December 15, 2014
WOWBatangas Team – JR Cantos, Maria Celina Valencia, Andrea Josa Suazo, and Nicole John Martinez

Book a Table

You can make a reservation quick and easy by phone.Give us a call at:

(043) 740-1828 / (0917) 1130-393 / ‎(0917) 5280-551

Or Simply use the contact form below and we’ll get in touch as soon as possible

Follow Us

Follow us now
you will get Some amazing offers.

Operating Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Sat-Sun & Holidays: 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM