This New Seafood Restaurant Is The Only Place You Need To Try In Vancouver This Year
Who said being crabby was a bad thing?
The Holy Crab, the highly anticipated Louisiana-style seafood restaurant originating from Indonesia, is finally open today!
Located at 1588 Robson St, formerly known as the 7-Eleven at the corner of Robson and Cardero, The Holy Crab is the seafood restaurant you're going to want to check off your Vancouver foodie bucket list in 2017.
The Holy Crab is serving up fresh, local and imported crab, lobster, shrimp, crawfish, clams and mussels, all with their mouth-watering original spicy cajun sauce. And forget your table manners here! The Holy Crab encourages guests to dig in with their hands, smash up crustacean shells with a mallet to get to the juicy goodness, and experience the real Cajun experience.
You'll also have to try their delicious snacks and sides, such as their deep fried frog legs, lobster rolls, seafood bisque, and fried buns, just to name a few.
It's time to roll up your sleeves and get dirty!
The Holy Crab is located at 1588 Robson St. and is open daily 5PM to 11PM.
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