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Crab In Da Bag Opens At Singapore Sports Hub

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The South Louisianan-Asian (Louisi-Asian) seafood restaurant opens its second nautical-themed outlet at Singapore Sports Hub.

First introduced in September 2013 at Big Splash, guests can now head over to Crab in da Bag’s new venue at the Singapore Sports Hub for their seafood fix. Besides offering the same convivial and communal dining experience, the new outlet also comes with a scenic waterfront view of Tanjong Rhu’s skyline.

Known for its Cajun-style seafood and original homemade recipes, Crab in da Bag has also added some new items to their menu:

Mum's Pasta in da Bag!

Mum’s Pasta in da Bag!

Mum’s Pasta in da Bag!

Served with Venus Clams and Bratwurst Sausages, be sure to try this Linguine sautéed in homemade Sweet & Sour Brown Sauce. Mum’s Pasta in da Bag! is going at S$16++.

Salad in da Bag!

Get your fill of greens with this dish and shake it up with some appetizing balsamic or creamy sesame dressing. Salad in da Bag! is going at S$12++.

Boston Bay Mussels

Making its debut for the first time at Crab in da Bag, Boston Bay Mussels are going at S$24++ a bag.

Salty Splash

This new seasoning selection is an original East-meets-West concoction of salted egg with Louisiana herbs and spices – great for pairing with the fresh seafood!

Sri Lankan Crab in Salty Splash Seasoning

Sri Lankan Crab in Salty Splash Seasoning

Old favourites brought over from the first outlet include the delectably crisp Crinkled Cauliflower (S$8++) and Crispy Chewy Baby Squids (S$12++) for starters; and value-for-money fresh seafood ranging from Live Yabbies (S$29++ a bag) to Live Sri Lankan Crab (S$55++ a bag), Alaskan King Crab Legs (S$39++ a bag) and Live Boston Lobsters (S$75++ a bag).

Caboodle Boil (2)

Caboodle Boil

The restaurant’s renowned Caboodle Boil will also be available at the new outlet – complete with the ceremonious Titanic Bell chime to announce its arrival. These generous seafood pots are boiled in a flavourful blend of Louisiana herbs and spices, and served with three homemade dips: Thai Green Bird, Northern Malaysian Sambal and Louisianan Garlic Butter. Great for parties and large groups, the Caboodle Boil is available in two portion sizes – the Titanic Pot (S$299++ for four pax) and the Gigantic Pot (S$399++ for six pax).

The younger ones can join in the fun with the Kiddies Bag (S$13++) – offering a choice of Linguine tossed in a tomato-based sauce with Bratwurst sausages and corn on the cob, or Macaroni tossed in cheese with Bratwurst sausages and cauliflower. Each bag is served with a complimentary bottle of Minute Maid Pulpy and dessert.

The new Crab in da Bag outlet is located at Water Sports Centre, 8 Stadium Walk, #02-05, Singapore 397699. The restaurant is opened from 4pm to 11pm every Tuesday to Friday and 12pm to 11pm on weekends. Reservations are suggested and you can make them at +65 6384 3511.

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