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Crab in Da Bag

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Crab in Da Bag serves mouth watering American - Western seafood foods that surely you'll enjoy.

Tue - Fri: 16:00 - 00:00

Sat - Sun: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 64400083
$51 based on 25 submissions
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Crab in Da Bag

Ahoy Caboodle Boil! This Louisi-Asian restaurant celebrates their first anniversary on October 4 from 2-5pm. Look forward to a Southern seafood bonanza with Crab in Da Bag's special Caboodle Boil ($299 for 3-4 pax) - a fresh, intercontinental mix of Boston lobster, tiger prawns, king crab legs, yabbies, squid, potatoes, sweet corn and bratwurst. Phew! Don't miss out on their delicious Kumamoto Oysters from Japan ($20 for half a dozen) that we enjoyed with the spicy green Thai chili. If you're in the mood for something other than seafood, try the garlicky Mum's Special Chix Wings ($7) or the House Fries ($5).

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• 03 Oct 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

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Ahoy Caboodle Boil! This Louisi-Asian restaurant celebrates their first anniversary on October 4 from 2-5pm. Look forward to a Southern seafood bonanza with Crab in Da Bag's special Caboodle Boil ($299 for 3-4 pax) - a fresh, intercontinental mix of Boston lobster, tiger prawns, king crab legs, yabbies, squid, potatoes, sweet corn and bratwurst. Phew! Don't miss out on their delicious Kumamoto Oysters from Japan ($20 for half a dozen) that we enjoyed with the spicy green Thai chili. If you're in the mood for something other than seafood, try the garlicky Mum's Special Chix Wings ($7) or the House Fries ($5).
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• 13 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

poor management

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Very bad service. I was told to wait 30mins. Wanted to order drinks while waiting but was told to go to the bar and do take away. When asked why can't it be billed together later then was told that I am not certain to get a seat. So many empty seats but refuse to let us have it.
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• 13 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad Service

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Have to wait very long when the restaurant is not full and no queue. Service staff not attentive, waited 2 hours plus for the food Not recommended to come back again Very expensive not worth it
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