A seafood restaurant and bar at Broadgate Circle. Crab is, of course, a focus but it's not all about crustaceans here – steaks, spatchcock chickens, burgers and fish get a fair crack of the whip, too.
But the menu goes biggest on things with claws. Crabs come whole, in cakes, as burgers, in caesar salad and in a variety of rolls. Half and whole lobsters cooked on the grill are also available, and feature in a couple of shellfish platters, too. Bar bites include crab croquettes, sliders, fried whitebait and black-peppered squid.
Cocktails also feature, with options such as a crabtini (vodka, lavender syrup, rhubarb and violet), a lobster trap (Hendrick's gin and lavender syrup) and a tavern fizz (gin, rhubarb syrup and elderflower).
Seating 150, Crab Tavern houses diner booths, high top counter spots (ideal for solo diners), a bar and terrace.
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Average User Rating
3.9 / 5
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Crab Tavern is a restaurant with the really nice and friendly service. For a confusion with a table booking we were given a free drink. However, the food was not really good and my girlfriend has caught a stomach infection.
It's such a lovely place at Broadgate Circle. The food is very tasty and fresh - we tried Sliders, Salmon Burger and the Whole crab, everything was just perfect! They also have a very good lunch options. So I highly recommend this place.
I came here a few weeks ago and I was really impressed by the style of the venue; it's perfect for group bookings or pairs looking for a different kind of experience. Although the difference, really, is that it's all about crab, in every which way you can imagine. Get the crab thermidor if you want to avoid the obvious meat in a shell - or better still, try your luck with the Catch of the Day. Technically this is a seafood restaurant, so there's a possibility you'll get a lovely shrimp dish like the one I had for dinner.