You haven’t experienced Singapore, until you’ve tried a Singapore-style crab. And setting a new standard for the infamous dish in Singapore is Holycrab on Tan Quee Lan Street in Bugis. With their signatures – Orgasmic, Balsamic, Succumb and Devil’s crab – head chef Elton Seah knows how to draw the maximum flavours out of this Singapore hallmark food. Surf & Turf anyone? Holycrab now also serve their succulent bone-in rib eye steaks for those in search of some chunkier meat and their hokkien noodle specialities are too die for. There’s no good reason not to book a table here. But hurry, since Holycrab fills up quickly.
Friendly service and a funky atmosphere. Took a "foodie" friend from Hong Kong there - she decided the food was 'sensational'. Her husband didn't like the red wine, but rated the evening a great success. Thanks 'Holy Crab' for a great night, will definitely be back with other friends and visitors to Singapore.
The restaurant staffs were very pleasant and welcoming. Service was excellent! :) However, we felt that it was a little pricey. The hokkien mee priced at $15 could be more generous in terms of the portion and ingredients. The first impression when the dish came was "wow such a small plate for $15?" Also there was only 2 prawns. Food was delicious nonetheless! We also had crabs in 2 flavors :)
Back to holy crab again! Tried the green chilli crab & the sauce was great! Everybody couldn't resist scooping more sauce! Beef was yummy as usual!