For many locals and tourists alike, Chili Crab is a die-die-must-try when in Singapore. It’s tangy, spicy, and hits all the right spots. Besides chili crab, this food paradise we call home is no stranger to many other succulent crab options, from black pepper crab to creamy butter crab.
With so many options out there, we’ve done the legwork of shortlisting some of the most clawsome places in Singapore. Read on to find out the 10 Best Crab Deliveries In Singapore for your next party or gathering.
1. JUMBO Seafood
JUMBO Seafoodhas earned its ranks in the local restaurant scene since its humble beginnings in 1987 at East Coast Seafood Centre. With outlets in Singapore, China and other parts of Asia, JUMBO brings the iconic Singapore chili crab to the global stage.
With a reputation for serving only the freshest seafood cooked to perfection, we’d definitely recommend the JUMBO Award-Winning Chilli Crab (from S$83, 800g) that has captured the hearts of local and overseas gastronomes, with a gravy that boasts a stronger tomato taste than most. More reason to lap up all that saucy goodness with a delicious man too, am I right?
Another family-favourite is Sum Kee Food, a tze char stall that serves a variety of classic tze char dishes as well as their own unique take on local food. Besides their famous Curry Fish Head (S$38), they also offer a selection of crabs larger than most stalls would, and you get to choose from three sizes, small, medium and large (approx. range 900g to 1.1kg).
Air-flown DAILY from Sri Lanka, expect only the freshest selection of crabs atMomma Kong’s.Besides, you’ll be spoilt for choice with their wide selection of sauces, from the classic Black Pepper Crab and Butter Crab to newfangled creations such as Laksa Crab and Mala Crab.
There’s nothing more comforting than a nourishing bowl of crab soup to soothe your belly on a cold day. The Crab Bee Hoon Soup (S$58) comes in a milky broth with rice noodles and a touch of Huatiao rice wine for that added flavour.
If you need more reason to dig in, let us remind you of their Meal for 4 (S$222), which comes with 2 crabs and a variety of dishes and drinks to choose from.
5. Tung Lok Seafood
Most locals would be familiar with Tung Lok Seafood, an established institution that’s touted as one of the best Chinese restaurants in Singapore.
The Boiler Seafood Bar & Beerhas a similar concept to Dancing Crab, where a delicious spread of seafood is poured unto the table for sharing. Messy? Maybe. But nevertheless, this is a delicious and fun communal way to share your food with friends and family.
Switch things up for your next family meal with their Boiler’s Bombdiggity Bag (S$159)that comes with a smorgasbord of seafood, including prawns, mussels and clams. Enjoy a free* lobster worth S$75with one order of theirBoiler’s Bombdiggity Bagwhen you order on your birthday (*T&Cs apply).
Famous Treasurehas built up a solid reputation in the Chinese restaurant scene despite being relatively new, having opened recently in 2018. Since then, they have already gained quite a large following with their expertise in cuisines from Teochew, Hokkien and Cantonese cultures.
While dining out has certainly relaxed on its restrictions, there are way plenty more crabtivating reasons to dine in, with Oddle Eats being one of them. Get yo’ hands dirty and dig into juicy and succulent crabs, all in the comfort of your own home and space.