Saturday, July 07, 2012

Grab a Bag and Get Spoiled with the Boil at Clawdaddy's

Seafood lovers (like me!) would be happy to know that Clawdaddy's famous creole cooking that gives seafood its Cajun taste can now enjoy a new offering called Clawdaddy's Boiling Bag. This is an array of seafood such as shrimp, prawns, mussels, and clams cooked in a special sauce seasoned with Cajun spices. Prices range from P995 to P1,495 each.

If you haven't been to Clawdaddy's yet, you've got to try some of their famous crab dishes like my favorite -- the Typhoon Crab that is served with lots of crunchy garlic bits.

Clawdaddy's is a great place to hang out with friends and family. Aside from the seafood offerings, there are ribs, steaks, barbeque, buffalo wings, and corn on the cob among many other dishes that would satisfy anyone's food cravings. The food choices are extensive including appetizers, soups, and salads.

When it comes to refreshments, I often order the green mango or strawberry shake because they are made fresh and bursting with flavors.

Eating crabs and shrimps with one's hands is encouraged in this establishment. They provide diners with bibs and a handy bucket in the middle of each table where you can throw in cobs of corns and shells. So bond through food and experience the Claw-getherness only at Clawdaddy's.

Clawdaddy's has branches located in Bonifacio High Street, Taguig; The Ledge, Shangri-La Plaza Mall; SM Mall of Asia; and Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. It is soon to open at the Freeport Zone in Subic Bay.

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