24 Jun '14, 9am

Enjoy Cajun-inspired seafood at Dancing Crab by the Tung Lok Group

Enjoy Cajun-inspired seafood at Dancing Crab by the Tung Lok Group

The Tung Lok Group replaces MAD (their Modern Asian Diner collaboration with Dick Lee, which is moving to Jakarta) with this Cajun-inspired seafood concept, banking on a special blend of herbs and spices from Southern Louisiana the restaurant alleges it couldn’t open without. Taste its premium seafood offerings like Boston lobster ($9.50/100g) and Dungeness crab ($8.50/100g), or get acquainted with Creole cuisine with classics like po’boy sandwiches ($15) and seafood gumbo ($11). For a flavour closer to home, order a plate of moonshine prawns ($8/100g), flamed tableside and served with a wasabi katsuo, sweet wine chilli or lemon picked chilli sauces, mixed up by celeb chef Susur Lee.

Full article: http://www.timeoutsingapore.com/restaurants/seafood/danci...

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