Red Lobster brings its widely sought after Crabfest menu to Hong Kong this month, to celebrate National Crab Meat Day which falls on 9 March. There is no need to be crabby, as the special menu puts forward five exquisite crab dishes, available for guests to enjoy throughout the month.
The abundant Crab Lover’s Dream (HK$298) features wild-caught snow crab and king crab alongside creamy crab pasta and is perfect to share with friends and family. Moreish crab dishes feature in the form of mouth-watering Pan Fried Crab Cake (HK$128/half, HK$238/full) and Crab Stuffed Salmon and Shrimp (HK$158), and diners will be pinching one another for the last bite.
Red Lobster’s limited-edition Crabfest® Surf and Turf (HK$358) is guaranteed to be popular, featuring grilled ribeye steak and snow crab, with delicious jumbo lump crab. Because no visit to Red Lobster is complete without a lick of lobster, the Crab, Shrimp and Lobster Dip (HK$108) serves the succulent crustacean in a dish sure to be adored by all seafood lovers.
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