|Mon - Tues||07:00 – 23:30|
|Wed - Fri||07:00 – 01:00|
|Sat - Sun||08:00–23:00|
|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Liverpool Street|
One of the best seafood restaurants in London.
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The all-day seafood restaurant and bar will merge New York style with a menu of classic dishes, to become the city’s go-to destination whatever the time of day. The generous all-day menu will showcase an abundance of hero crab dishes, as well as USA- style sandwiches and salads (Philly Steak, Shrimp mac “n” cheese and Caesar sub), as well as more refined dishes from the classic grill and seafood selection. Signature “house specials” include Sweet & savoury King crab brioche doughnuts, Crab mash and West coast “bucket boil” - a steamy mix of crab claws, mussels, lobster, ratte potatoes, Merguez sausage and sweetcorn, whilst Hawaiian Fishcakes will offer the fresh taste of the Pacific, and Oyster Po Boys will hail from the Deep South.
Dessert will be an expectantly indulgent affair ranging from homemade fruit pies served with organic blueberry ice cream to the more adventurous Pecan, chilli & maple tart with lime tequila sorbet. Much-loved classics including Baked cheesecake, Sundae selector and a Brownie stack, will be sweetly reminiscent of an American diner.
Enticing a crowd from dawn, Crab Tavern’s breakfast will not disappoint with Crab hashbrowns – served with poached egg and spinach, Elvis French toast –maple bacon, peanut butter, blueberry jam and banana, and Smokey Beans with slow roasted pork. At dusk, city slickers can unwind with boozy root beer “Tennessee” and “Missouri” floats, shakes and refashioned cocktails including the specialty Tavern Iced Teas – three spins on the well-known Long Island variety.
'London's best crab restaurant has arrived', we're confidently told and we're definitely excited. We've had the lobster love for a while so we're pleased that crabs are getting the attention they deserve too. There's soft shell crab burgers, king crab legs, whole crab for two to share and a crab platter as well as a host of other classic non-crabby dishes but we're not entirely sure why you'd want to stray away from crustaceans really. It may be suit central in the Circle but the moody wooden restaurant will have you feeling that sea breeze, just you wait.