Boiling Crab Prices
What's Your Catch?
|Blue Crab (Seasonal) (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Oysters (Raw) (6 Pc.)||$11.00||-||-|
|Oysters (Raw) (12 Pc.)||$19.00||-||-|
|Dungeness Crab (Seasonal) (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Snow Crab Legs (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|King Crab Legs (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Southern King Crab Legs (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Lobster (Seasonal) (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Shrimp (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Crawfish (Seasonal) (Market Price)||$0.00||-||-|
|Crawfish (Frozen) (1 Pound)||$9.00||-||-|
|Clams (1 Pound)||$11.00||-||-|
|Mussels (1 Pound)||$10.00||-||-|
I Like It Fried!
Each selection is made to order, hand-tossed in our homemade batter and fried to perfection.
All baskets include Cajun Fries, no substitutes.
|Fried Softshell Crab (Basket)||$15.00||-||-|
|Fried Catfish (Basket)||$11.00||-||-|
|Fried Shrimp (Basket)||$11.00||-||-|
|Chicken Tenders (Basket)||$9.00||-||-|
|Kids' Chicken Tenders (Basket)||$4.75||-||-|
|Hot Wings (Cajun or Lemon Pepper) (Regular)||$6.50||-||-|
|Hot Wings (Cajun or Lemon Pepper) (Large)||$9.00||-||-|
|Gumbo with Rice (Cup)||$7.00||-||-|
|Extra Shrimp or Sausage||$0.50||-||-|
|Cajun Chowder with Rice (Cup)||$8.00||-||-|
|Cajun Chowder (Cup)||$8.25||-||-|
|Corn on The Cob (1 Pc.)||$1.25||-||-|
|Sausage (1 Pound)||$9.00||-||-|
|Potatoes (3 Pc.)||$2.50||-||-|
|Lemon Pepper Fries||$4.00||-||-|
|Sweet Potato Fries||$4.95||-||-|
|Extra Juicy (Cup)||$2.50||-||-|
|Garlic Sauce, Ket/Mayo, Mayo, G’s Sea-Sauce, BBQ, Ranch, Tartar, or Cocktail Condiment (1 Pc.)||$0.75||-||-|
|Assorted Soda or Tea||$2.75||-||-|
About Boiling Crab
Even among meat-loving Americans, seafood including crabs, crawfish, and oysters have a special place in their hearts. The Boiling Crab, a chain of family-held restaurants, is among the up-and-coming establishments that satisfy seafood cravings among kids and adults alike.
As a seafood restaurant chain, each of its locations offer a wide range of seafood and fishes, usually served after being boiled along with spices, condiments and even vegetables. The Cajun-spiced seafood has its growing number of fans for good reasons – it's so delicious that licking your fingers to savor the flavors is perfectly acceptable.
The Boiling Crab prices may be on the upper mid-range but every dollar is well worth the enjoyable dining experience. Diners choose from among the available seafood for the day, which usually includes oysters, snow crab and king crab legs, Dungeness crabs, clams, mussels, lobster, and crawfish. The preferred flavor, such as Lemon Pepper, Cajun Original, and Whole Sha-Bang, is then to the boiled seafood.
Above are the latest Boiling Crab menu prices.