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Crab in Da Bag (Playground @ Big Splash)

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AmericanSeafoodWestern
Address: #01-25, Playground @ Big Splash, 902 East Coast Parkway, 449874

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 28 submissions
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What else can I say? Amazing

Had a company dinner at this particular outlet when they just opened. The service was great! Even though we had a hard time deciding on what to order, the friendly staff took the trouble to explain the recommended dishes repeatedly as there were people coming in at different timings.
 
 The moment the pails of fresh goodness from the ocean came, we dug in immediately. Imagine having a table for plate and hands for utensils. Simply brilliant. The food tasted so good that we ordered a second round of Gigantic Pot. It was really worth the money.
 
 Definitely going back there again!

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• 25 Aug 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

What else can I say? Amazing

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Had a company dinner at this particular outlet when they just opened. The service was great! Even though we had a hard time deciding on what to order, the friendly staff took the trouble to explain the recommended dishes repeatedly as there were people coming in at different timings.
 
 The moment the pails of fresh goodness from the ocean came, we dug in immediately. Imagine having a table for plate and hands for utensils. Simply brilliant. The food tasted so good that we ordered a second round of Gigantic Pot. It was really worth the money.
 
 Definitely going back there again!
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• 25 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Fresh Food and Great Service

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Went with my friends and we were blown away! The seafood is fresh as if it was caught off the sea. The concept was great and the staffs were very friendly. I remembered trying all the different flavours of sauce and personally loved the salted egg most! They even have a special homemade sauce by the owner's mum! This is definitely a must go to and must try place!
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  • Yummy Whole Crab!
• 10 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Yummy, Messy, Oily, Pricey.

That about sums it up. The sauces are really fantastic, perhaps helped by the fact that we eat with our hands (I think it makes food yummier). Certain seafoods go better with certain sauces, ask the servers for tips. (like salted egg yolk sauce doesn't go with prawn and squid) We love the fried cauliflower.

That said everything is very messy (but that's fine) and the sauces are actually REALLY oily. You can feel your pores leaking oil once you're done. Its dreadfully sinful.

Worst part is how pricey this place is. We've developed some tips for people who want to save some money.

- Order the spiced rice ($2 for a big cup). Its one of the cheapest things there and certainly more filling than a potato ($1 for one small potato).
- Water is NOT provided. Bring your own water in a bottle, and never order the drinks. Ice tea costs $4.50 per cup (that's not including service charge and GST) Unless you want alcohol (which we never order so we have no idea if its cheap)
- The crab price is astronomical and not worth it for the tiny-ness of the crab. Stick wtih basicsk like prawn, squid, clams.
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