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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).
Venue says: “Any two courses from our set menu £17, three courses £20. Available Mon - Fri.”