Fish & Crab Shack at RWS

This restaurant is located at the Maritime Experiential Museum (MEM) but you don’t need to have an admission ticket to dine here.

Service at this place is cafeteria-style. You place your order and pay at the counter.

If you’ve ordered drinks, they will be handed to you together with one of these gadgets which will beep/buzz when your food is ready for collection.

Strawberry Granita ($4.80 before GST) – It was a hot day so I ordered this slushie to cool off. Felt the taste was a little too fragrant and a little sweet.

Soup of the Day ($4.50 before GST) – Tomato Soup was being served on the day I came.

Fish and Chips ($9.90 before GST) – This was recommended by the staff at the counter. The 4 colleagues who came with me ordered this but I chose to be different! LOL…
Only 1 out of the 4 said the fish wasn’t very fresh. The rest thought it was perfectly fine.

Seafood Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce ($16.90 before GST) – Not bad…could taste that the seafood was pan-fried as the prawns had a little of that smoky flavour. The pasta dish came with 3 prawns, 2pcs of scallops, several squid rings and a bread stick. I would have preferred if they had used less garlic as the taste of garlic was a bit strong although not overpowering.

If you have the hearty appetite of a pirate, you may want to indulge in the Pirates’ Feasts. There are 2 options available.

Sea Pirate’s Temptation (For 2 Pirates) – You are given a choice of either Fried Rice or Coconut Rice. We chose the Coconut Rice and it was very fragrant! The food was served in a round straw basket and this made many heads turn when we brought this to our table!! LOL…

The portion for 2 persons was just right. The slipper lobster and tiger prawns were nicely grilled and the squid came with some kind of sambal paste which wasn’t too spicy. Loved the achar (i.e. pickles) but the prawn crackers had  lost their crispness and sort of spoilt the dish for us! Most of the clams had their flesh fallen out so there were quite a few empty shells. I would have preferred if the clams and stingray came with sambal as I thought they were a little plain especially the clams which just tasted of seawater (or as they say in Mandarin – 有海的味道! ^_^). This also came with 4 sticks of chicken satay and the satay peanut sauce which accompanied it was very thick and chunky – very nice!

Crabby Spaghetti (forgot the exact price but it’s around $16 before GST) – Mmm…not bad! There was quite a lot of crab meat in it.

Chicken Chop with Chilli Crab Sauce ($8.90 before GST) – Thought this was an unusual combination so we decided to order one to try…. The chilli crab sauce was okay but I don’t think I’ll order it again.

Grilled Scallops with Garlic Bread (priced according to weight) – They served grilled seafood on some nights so I decided to try this. Absolutely LOVE the sauce that came with the scallops!! I would recommend this dish if you like scallops. ^_^

Here’s a picture taken with the restaurant’s mascot on the day when the museum was officially opened! LOL…

You can enjoy your dinner here with Live Jazz music on Saturday nights.

Fish & Crab Shack
Maritime Experiential Museum
Resorts World Sentosa

Opening Hours:
Mon–Thur: 10am–7pm (last order 6:30pm)
Fri–Sat: 10am–11pm (last order 10:30pm)
Sun & PH: 10am–9pm (last order 8:30pm)

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