Clawdaddy: Boiling Bags Feast

By | July 11, 2012

It was my first time to eat at Clawdaddy last weekend and I must say it was one of the most unique dining experience I’ve had.

I was invited, together with other bloggers, to try out their boiling bag offerings. What’s that exactly? Let me tell you more below.

A boiling bag is a seafood feast that you can enjoy together with family and friends. And it looks like this:

They use an imported special non-toxic bag and puts in crabs, freshwater prawns, South Pacific clams, green mussels, Manila clams, Andouille sausage, potatoes and corn.

Then they season it, seal the bag and boil it. Since everything is locked in, all the flavors, juices and seasoning gets infused into the seafood and what you get is a feast good for 3-4 people.

You can choose from shrimp bags (above), shellfish bags, Maryland crab bags or a combination of the three for your order.

Additionally, you can also choose the seasoning that you want, from the seafood boil spice, garlic butter, creole cajun (my favorite), or the Clawdaddy spice (which has everything).

I actually enjoyed my dining experience at Clawdaddy, and would surely come back soon. The boiling bags costs from P995 up to P1,495 – depending on what’s inside.

Allergic to seafood? No problem. Because Clawdaddy also offers classic American dishes on their menu such as buffalo wings, salads and many more.

Clawdaddy has branches in Bonifacio High Street, in Shangri La Plaza Mall, in SM Mall of Asia, in Nuvali Sta. Rosa and soon, in Subic Bay. I heard they’re also planning to open a branch in Davao City.

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