All Branches (3)
6466 3303
Country-style Cajun seafood meets Creole cuisine at the Dancing Crab - TungLok Group's American counterpart to the famed Singapore Chilli Crab. Dancing Crab brims with life, bringing the same emphasis to its colorful location at The Grandstand, welcoming its guests to eat, drink, and be merry. continue reading
Opening Hours
17:00 - 22:30
Tue - Fri
17:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Public Holiday
11:30 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Public Holiday Eve
17:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Other Info
Group Gathering
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Dungeness Crab Flaming Moonshine Tiger Prawns Lobster Roll Popcorn Shrimp Po’ Boy Seafood Gumbo
Review (3)
Level4 2017-07-12
The place was pretty empty for a Saturday afternoon. We were showed to a booth table at the far end as it was one of the available pre-covered with disposable cover. There was also tissue paper and spicy hot sauce available on the table. Remember to help yourself to the plain water at the counter. Hand wash area was just next to the kitchen.Combo Bag #02 ($40++)350 grams prawns, 250 grams mussels, 300 grams clams, corn, sausagesserved with Beurre Blanc sauceWhen the food was served, we had the option to serve in the pot or pour everything onto the table. We decided to have everything on the table. The sauce was rich and creamy, went quite well with the seafood. The sausages were a tab spicy. The corn was quite juicy. The seafood was big and juicy.Washed everything down with a glass of Pink Thyme Lemonade ($4++). continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2014-12-11
Had the combo bag 1 for $80. In it there's 1 sri lankan crab, 300g prawns, 250grams mussels, potatoes, corn, and sausages. The seafood was fresh but the crab was quite small and there were not much meat in it. The corn was very sweet and the sausages on the other hand were not to my liking as they were flavoured with spices(?). Potatoes were a tad overcooked and texture was hard than soft. We also tried the lobster roll ($22). The bread was soft and fluffy with a buttery flavour but there was quite little lobster meat in it.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2014-10-12
How this place is being widely hyped, i have no idea. In the press, among write ups, it seem that dancing crab is the place to be at. Located at the furthest of places, the old turf city, now called the grandstand, Dancing Crab is a restaurant serving eat on the table style louisiana seafood.A noval idea, serving boiled seafood, with different sauces, served on the table. You eat it with your hands, barbaric, brutish, messy. So whats my take on this place?lobster combo with herb saucedungeness crab combo with beurre blancsri lanakan crab with zesty garlic butterthe crabs themselvesOverall reveiew: 3 Hands. I'm a fan of seafood. I have eaten in other similar concept restaurants and i found Dancing Crab very average in my. Can't understand why people are willing to queue so long for this. Yes, a noval idea of simple classic seafood eats, but Dancing Crab didn't excite my taste buds as i might expect. The sauces were average tasting,1. Herb Butter - too oily in my opinon, the herb just did not blend well with the seafood, rather disappointing compared to the one at Cajun Kings2. Beurre Blanc - This chilli like wine sauce, unique i can say.3. Zesty Garlic Butter - Similar to herb butter, with more garlic flavour. My choice of sauce amongst the three.I found that the sauces did properly fused with the seafood. Eating the the dish was akin to eating the seafood, and having the sauce separately. Also, to us Singaporeans, The Sri Lankan Crab should be big, like the ones in the picture above, yet, we were served a sri lankan crab which was small and unconvincing. Nonetheless, with only a few such places places serving these boiled seafood, it is worth a try to get your hands dirty, as well as working hard for the sacrificed seafood. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)