Love the Curry Crab & Drunken Cockles at No. 3 Crab Delicacy!

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I was thrilled to get some Cze Char at No. 3 Crab Delicacy during my first weekend back in town after a 3 month stay in the US. It's been ages since I visited No. 3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant and I wondered if the food was still as good as I remembered. As we were planning to visit another restaurant after this, we only ordered 2 of my favourite dishes here.

Drunken Cockles at 3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant

We started the meal with a large plate of Drunken Cockles (S$20 / US$14.67). The juicy raw  cockles had been cured in soy sauce, Chinese wine, garlic and topped with some fresh chili padi (Thai chili). The copious amount of minced garlic imparted a lovely flavour to the dish but doesn't make for a good dish to indulge in if you're on a first date.

Claypot Curry Crab at 3 Crab Delicacy

Another signature dish here is the Curry Crab in Claypot. Even though it's been a long time since I ate here, the rich, creamy curry gravy was as good as I remembered. The flavourful gravy was a perfect complement to the smooth strands of boiled Beehoon (rice vermicelli). The medium-sized Sri Lankan Crab was succulent and so big, it was almost spilling out of the claypot! The Crab dish set us back by S$ 75.40 (US$ 55.28) before 7% GST & 10% service charge. The beehoon is priced at $5 (US$ 3.67) per plate, which though pricey is worth a splurge to be able to fully appreciate the flavourful curry gravy.

If you're in Singapore and have a decent tolerance for spice, do visit and don't miss the Drunken Cockles and Sri Lankan Crab Curry.

3 Crab Delicacy Seafood Restaurant 265 Outram Road, Singapore 169059 Phone: +65 6327 2148 Web: 3crab.com