Dancing Crab (VivoCity)

615 Wishlisted
~$35/pax
Welcome to Dancing Crab! Dancing Crab excudes the spirit of Louisiana dining and its country-style seafood takes centre stage here. Its no-holds-barred concept means that diners literally dine off the table, san plates and cutleries, and simply enjoy a finger-licking-good time. Great tasting fresh seafood boil, lobster rolls, crab cakes, thirst-quenching lemonades, cocktails, imported beers - these are just some of the regular items which fly off the menu everyday. Coupled with a casual, lively and vibrant atmosphere with funky music, this place gives you every reason to keep coming back.

1 Harbourfront Walk
#03-10 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Ordered a lobster prawns self made combo, chilli crab with bread and a lobster roll. Made my booking via chope and redemption is a breeze. Total bill after discount is approximately $360 with drinks.

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Have a crab-tastic feast with the fam at this restaurant located on the 3rd floor of VivoCity. Burppler Amanda Wong ordered the Live Crab Combo with Famous Signature Cajun Sauce ($98) and "it was soo good that I wish I had a bowl of rice to suck up all the remaining sauces! It came with a whole live Dungeness crab, prawns, clams, corn and chicken andouille sausage." If you'd prefer to customize your feast, build your combo with a choice of 1 main item, secondary items and their signature sauce — Our Famous Signature Cajun, Zesty Garlic Butter or Beurre Blanc.
Photo by Burppler Cameron Chong

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Even though it’s slightly expensive but the quality seafood and great ambiance makes Dancing Crab a great place to host family and friends.

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Tried the black pepper crab platter and it was really good! The crab meat was sweet and chunky and the black pepper sauce complemented very well with the dish. We also tried the lobster roll combo with fries which was served with a generous amount of lobster meat. Don’t worry about getting your hands messy because their service was excellent- they prepared the table beforehand and served us lots of plastic gloves and bags as well.

As part of its 7th anniversary celebrations, @dancingcrabsg collaborated with 赌王 @lnxglobal_official to create the Ultimate Trio which features a 800g live crab, soft shell crab, prawns, Pacific Bocourti Fillet and topped with kaffir leaves, crisp almond flakes, popcorn and Li Nan Xing's very own LNX dried scallop hae bee hiam sauce. On a side note, wouldn't "Dan-Xing Crab" be a better name for the dish? You heard it first here!

The dry rub mix of dried scallop, hae bee hiam, kaffir leaves, almond flakes and popcorn was really really good. It was savoury and addictive, and was delicious on its own and together with the deep fried soft shell crab and fish fillet. I can totally imagine how good this will be over rice.

I wasn't a big fan of deep frying the crab though. The crab meat was tougher and drier compared to its cajun sauce cousin. Perhaps this dish could be better served without the deep fried crab or with crab cakes instead!

I really enjoyed my meal at Dancing Crab. The food was good and the service great. Will be back soon!

Besides crabs, @dancingcrabsg also serves a decent lobster roll.

For $42, you get two lobster rolls with a side of fries. I felt that they were a little more generous with their lobster meats compared to their competitors and enjoyed the golden brown toasted brioche buns which were slightly crisp on the outside and soft pillowy on the inside. Unfortunately, the lobster meat was a tad over cooked and dry though it did go well with the rich and savoury cream sauce with a dash of lemon.

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