ieat Crab Fest: The Aftermath

Photos by ieat, ijeff and holybro

Big thanks to everyone for making the ieat Crab Fest a big success! We had 100% attendence and that is not too bad for 130 pax! Thanks guys it makes it much easier for us to plan for future makan sessions!

Very big thanks to holydrummer and holybro for organizing the makan session! Excellent job guys!

Thanks also to Amy and Jason who were very generous with the Crab Menu. I think no one is complaining that they did not get their $50 worth of Crabs! From the general feedback of the night, it seems that most people thought that the Alaskan King Crabs were the best crab and the golden sauce was the best sauce especially when eaten with the fried Man Tou. The feedback from our kakis was also that you really don’t need 8 crab courses although it was great to be able to taste a wide variety in order to decide what you would order the next time.

If you have missed the session, don’t worry, Amy and Jason are making a special 8 course menu available to ieat kakis at $58++ per person.

The menu is as follows: (min 10 pax, max 12 pax)

1. Alaskan King Crab
2. Butter Blue Swimmer Crab
3. Golden Sauce Indonesian Mud Crabs with Fried Man Tou
4. Black Pepper Dungeness Crabs
5. Shark Cartilage Broth Vegetables
6. Crabmeat Tofu
7. Signature Beef Hor Fun
8. Signature 4 course dessert

The offer is from 16 November till 30 November you will need to book one day in advance.

Chin Huat Live Seafood Restaurant

Blk 105, #01-30 Clementi St 12 (Sunset Way) Singapore 120105

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