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If you are looking for a place for gathering and to enjoy fresh seafood with Asian Twist, HolyCrab is definitely up your alley.
Their wok-hei dishes worth to give it a try.
If you love your crabs, this is the perfect place to go! So grab your fellow seafood lovers and order more crabs to share.
The crabs used in each dish were huge and the freshness, undeniable. HolyCrab has certainly brought crab restaurants to another level and if you wish to try something a little different, I implore you to head on down to HolyCrab today.
The crabs are good, though they are expensive. The setting is cosy and intimate, unlike the rowdy dining scene in the bigger seafood chains.
The Hokkien mee is indicative of my overall experience at Holy Crab. The food is slightly pricey but it’s delicious and clean. After eating, we didn’t feel heavy.
Crabs here are identified by each of its unique homemade sauce - salted butter, green chilli, pink peppercorns and balsamic vinegar. You can choose the level of spiciness.
The meal at HolyCrab is unlikely to be a one-time affair (at least for me). I'm already planning to jio friends here for our next makan gathering!