There’s a lot of crab going round down Singapore’s Yio Chu Kang Road. Over 30 different types, in fact, and they’ve gone viral, with crab crazy people flocking to join Crab Party and their heavenly crab dishes. This zi char restaurant has premises that are a little more upscale than many of its class – but then again, it’s all about the crabs, man! Nonetheless, Crab Party serves heavenly crab in more ways than your claws will allow you to count, and there’s a great terrace for you to get crabtastic al fresco.
Crab Party is Singapore’s true celebratory paradise for crab lovers. A big vitrine
stands proud in this zi char-style crab restaurant along Yio Chu Kang Road, and it’s
a pleasure to choose your very own selection of live crabs scuttling around in there.
Within minutes they are cooked to perfection in over 30 different possible ways and
heaped upon your plate for your crabby indulgence. Choosing your own crab
ensures you are getting value for money – you can spot different species, weigh and
them on the spot. And it’s true that Crab Party does offer some of the best value crab
There are a ton of different ways you can get crabs at Singapore’s Crab Party. Salted egg crabs, white pepper crab, and more join some non-crab dishes and sides like Crab Party’s signature pork ribs with egg floss, a reliable hokkien mee, wilted spinach and beancurd rolls. You can hardly miss Crab Party – sidle up to this fantastic crab restaurant from Yio Chu Kang Road and check out the outdoor terrace for a great way to catch the city’s best bag of crabs.
Nice food and very attentive service staff. Had a great meal with family, we certainly enjoyed the experience eat out on the 1st day of lunar new year !
Good Service and great food. Wide selection of choices for Crab and other food. Place is clean and the environment is very comfortable. Reasonable pricing.
Nice food, serving was fast arrived at 6.30pm.... will visit the place again. Portion is just nice for us. Dessert so so only. Cereal Prawn is good.
The crab is fresh and meaty, the salted egg prawns are also fresh and very good. But we are disappointed with the you tiao with chicken floss, not worth the $15! But the prawns at $20 for 6 large ones are reasonable. Overall 3 of us including drinks with 2 small/medium crabs beehoon at $75 (promo), prawns, you tiao and kai lan cost us $151. Overall $50 per person is quite expensive for the dishes we ordered.
When we arrived at Crab party rest. we will well received by the waiter whom led us to the table that had been reserved for us, and quickly help us to the menu , We enjoyed the evening with the sumptuous dishes , n enjoyed the salted egg crab very much, that was why we were there at Crab party. will come back again with friends , ofcourse will recommend to our friends too.
Arrived earlier than my reservation time but the staff didnt make a fuss and quickly seated us. Food arrived super fast even though the place was packed. the dishes were ok. coffee pork ribs were not as fantastic as i remember them and the french beans with minced meat was terrible. just stick to the crab, which is good everytime i go.
We ordered crab bee hoon, KL noodle, salted egg chicken and spinach mushroom. The quality of the crab was good, though the KL noodle was a bit of a disappointment and the salted egg chicken was just a tad too salty. Overall staff is accommodating as we had a cake celebration and friendly. Would go back again!
good service, didn't take long for them to serve our food mainly because we went on a Monday night. crab dishes are so good. overall experience was great. if u just want to try the place. i recommend you go there on a weekday instead of a weekend or public holiday to avoid poor service.
Good foods overall, like the kampong style white fried dry bee-hoon and the double taste kai-lan..not crowded this time, parking is convenience just opposite the Hougang sport stadium and take less the 5 minute walk across the road to the restaurant.
Great service! We were running late but they graciously held our table for another 30mins. Pity that the location is quite a walk from Serangoon MRT station. We took a bus instead and spotted it from afar.