Crab Lover’s TrioCrab-and-seafood-stuffed shrimp in a lobster butter sauce with ½ pound each of steamed king and snow crab legs. 25.99
Snow Crab and Shrimp1 full pound of steamed snow crab legs paired with your choice of garlic shrimp scampi or hand-breaded shrimp. 21.50
Garlic Crab-and-Shrimp PastaSweet crabmeat, tender shrimp and fresh tomatoes topped with a garlic Parmesan cream sauce on a bed of linguini. 18.50
Crab-Crusted TilapiaFresh tilapia topped with a creamy blend of sweet crabmeat, Parmesan cheese and breadcrumbs, then baked crispy and golden. Served with fresh broccoli. 14.99
Crab Lover's Trio: This is a nice addition that I think will move some plates for a while. The stuffed shrimp are pretty good when not over cooked and turned to rubber. King Crab is the best crab in my opinion, and I wish they would do more with it. I understand cost an issue, but I don't care. King is King! Snow crab is a pain in the ass to open and to clean up after. Yes, I am a crab opening Jedi, but for the average local yokel, Snow is a lot of work.
Snow Crab and Shrimp: Just get the Ultimate Feast. You get lobster and two type of shrimp for not a whole lot more $$$.
Garlic Crab-and-Shrimp Pasta: This isn't bad, but could be so much better. Do the noodles in a butter, white wine and herb sauce with a few fire roasted veggies and you'd have hit a home run. But then again, we wouldn't want to try anything too new or creative on the taste front...
Crab-Crusted Tilapia: Nice prep, needs a French cream sauce. Pair this with the Creamy Langostino Mashed Potatoes to help make up for that (they are YUM!). Oh, did I leave the word Lobster out of that description? Yes, yes I did. I guess because regardless of how many times Red Dumpster tells you Langostino are lobster, they are not. And I won't lie to my customers. They taste as good or better than lobster mind you, but they are not lobster. That would be like calling a cat a dog because they taste the same...err...not that I would know. Click here to learn more about Langostino - it got Long John Silver's in trouble for calling it lobster in March of 2006, yet we keep soldiering on calling it "lobster". Me personally, I respect my customers enough to not lie directly to their faces, even if my company does not.