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Pince & Pints Has A New Crab Menu Featuring Grilled Crabs And Crab Fried Rice

25th March 2019

New Crab Menu At Pince & Pints

Pince & Pints Crab store shot

Drawing up a huge crowd for their lobster rolls since 2014, Pince & Pints has a new addition to their menu, with five crab dishes that are exclusive to the Duxton Road outlet.

Just like their lobsters, the Sri Lankan mud crabs undergo stringent rules and regulations to ensure they are fresh and nice. Each crab needs to meet the minimum weight of 500 grams, ensuring you get crustaceans that are fleshy and full of flavour. Unlike some seafood restaurants, the crabs are sold at fixed prices. This transparent pricing allows you to dine in peace without the fear of any shocking bills.

Pince & Pints Crab grilled crab with fries

All of this inevitably translates to quality dishes. The Whole Live Grilled Crab ($55++) was my favourite, and I have to admit that I’ve not tasted such a fresh-tasting crab in quite a while. Pince & Pints Crab grilled crab

Similar to how their lobsters are prepared, the crab is basted with butter and seasoned with salt and pepper before being grilled. This process retains the crab’s natural sweetness while giving a nice bit of  smokiness to it.

Straight-cut fries, chef’s salad, and an addictive creamy butter sauce are also provided on the side. My dining companion and I enjoyed dipping huge chunks of crab into the sauce for a buttery boost.

Pince & Pints Crab steamed crab with egg whites

There’s also a touch of Asian innovation with the Cantonese-style Whole Live Steamed Crab in Egg White ($55++). Egg whites and crab are steamed together, allowing the flavourful crab essence to be infused with the creamy egg. This simple method of preparation is highly recommended for those who want to appreciate the crab’s rich and naturally briny taste. Pince & Pints Crab chilli crab

If you’re craving for local flavours, or just want to bring some foreign friends to try one of Singapore’s famous crab dishes, be sure to give their Whole Live Black Pepper Crab ($58++) and Whole Live Chilli Crab ($58++) a try.

The latter uses a special house-made blend of chilli paste, accompanied by a good balance of sweet and spicy notes. Pince & Pints Crab wok fried crab fried rice

If you still feel like adding some extra carbs to your meal, consider getting the Crabmeat Fried Rice ($18++). Pince & Pints Crab crab fried rice

Fried with loads of egg and a generous breath of wok hei, the rice is given a touch of luxury with fresh chunks of crab meat.

Popular favourites such as their Signature Lobster Roll ($58++) can still be found on the menu, and it has not disappointed since my last visit a year ago. Pince & Pints Crab lobster roll

Filled with chunks of firm lobster meat, they’re sandwiched between fluffy brioche buns and topped with a tasty house-made sauce.

While it was a little confusing to encounter crab fried rice and lobster roll on the same menu, it’s nice to come across such a wide variety of seafood dishes here. Seafood lovers will definitely feel comfortable at this place.

If you’re still feeling in the mood for interesting variants of crab, be sure to check out the Chilli Crab Burger at Wok In Burger and the Chilli Crab Doughnuts at Doughnut Shack!

Wok In Burger Review: Chilli Crab Burger And Salted Egg Pork Burger By Keng Eng Kee

Address: 32-33 Duxton Road, Singapore 089496
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 11pm, Sat & PH 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 6225 7558
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Photos taken by Crystal Tan
This was a media tasting at Pince & Pints.

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