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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Fine-Dining - Dancing Crab, Singapore by TungLok Group at The Grandstand Turf City is a Seafood Paradise!


Dancing Crab
Address: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, #01-20/21, Singapore 287994
Phone: 65 6466-3303
Opening Hours: Tues-Fri & PH eve 8pm-10:30pm
Sat, Sun & PH 11:30am-3pm and 5pm-10:30pm
Closed on Mondays


Dancing Crab, Singapore - A slice of heaven for all Seafood Lovers out there is available at the newly opened Dancing Crab restaurant. TungLok Group's latest and first Western-seafood restaurant - Dancing Crab opened on 17 April 2014 is making waves in Singapore as being one of the best place to get your hands dirty and indulge in hearty seafood dishes. Dancing Crab brings the spirit of Louisiana dining to Singapore where utensils are considered unnecessary and where diners simply use their bare hands to dig into the fresh seafood dishes served to the table. 


Their Famous Chili Crab 
Dancing Crab COMBO BAG #1
SGD$80


An interesting concept without the hassle of fine dining etiquette and an intelligent way to savor the true taste of Seafood that is simply "finger-licking" good. If you worry about the mess you might create, do not fret as clean white aprons are provided to protect your clothes from any seafood stains. Fine-dining without utensils! Besides delicious seafood, they also have very interesting beers!!!

 Arrogant Bastard Ale
They serve very special beers there..


Dancing Crab serves a mix of robust, country-style Cajun seafood and the distinctive richness of Creole cuisine. It is the brainchild of TungLok's founder Andrew Tjioe and his nephew - Norman Hartono to bring about the American counterpart to satisfy Singapore's love for seafood, shellfish and rich flavors. After months of researching, the founders of Dancing Crab discovered age-old recipes from New Orleans as well as the rest of the United States to create Dancing Crab's signature Seafood Boil which is authentically delicious and encapsulates the soul of Southern Loisiana cuisine. Freshness of Seafood is of top priority and Dancing Crab source from the best vendors which also supply TungLok Group restaurants. 


Squeeze the lime into their special recipe.. Dip any of the seafood into this~ 


Cheers to ya all~ 
Finish your drink, and get a complimentary one!



 CRAB CAKES


Their Awesome Chili Crab



Flaming Moonshine Tiger Prawns
This is how the Prawns are cooked


It taste sooo fresh and sweet!



Dancing Crab's Awesome Menu


WHAT TO ORDER - Dancing Crab offers a range of seafood from its signature Boston Lobster to Dungeness Crab. When dining at Dancing Crab, you will chance upon impressive flames rising from the open kitchen stoves located in the middle of the dining floor. That impressive flames result from cooking the Flaming Moonshine Tiger Prawns dish created by Celebrity chef Susur Lee using 3 special sauces that include wasabi, katsuo sauce, sweet wine chill sauce and lemon pickled chill sauce. Starters that are a must try include Spicy Cajin Fries, Crab Cakes, Po'Boy Sandwiches and a hearty Seafood Gumbo with a slight spicy kick.

Dancing Crab Hand Wash Area


Dancing Crab Wine Cellar


If you like the food at Dancing Crab..
 RING THE BELL!!


Beer Pong Area


NOLA is known for its happy atmosphere, lively music, and high spirits. "Joie de vivre," meaning "Enjoyment of life" is the city's favorite motto.  Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry.

If you want fresh Seafood with a vibrant atmosphere, do visit Dancing Crab restaurant. It is definitely and fun and lively place to dine at with your friends and especially for large group gatherings. I am coming back to dine at Dancing Crab for my next company dinner for my staff :)

Sara Shantelle Lim
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