Kenny’s Krabbi – Crabs, Seafood & All Things Delicious!
If you’re having a crab-by day, why not pop by Kenny’s Krabbi for some tasty and delicious crab-centric dishes?
Located at Thai Thong Crescent, Kenny’s Krabbi specialises in crab. If you’re having dinner with your family or a large group of friends, you can try the Singapore Chilli Crab (600g: $46, 800g: $68) or Stir Fried Crab with Pumpkin & Salted Egg Sauce (600g: $46, 800g: $68).
The restaurant also serves up crab noodle soup and porridge, such as Rich Broth Crab Bee Hoon 600g Crab (Half: $20, Whole: $38) and Imperial Seafood with Rich Broth ($38).
Although I felt that the amount of ginger slices in the crab bee hoon was too much, I still enjoyed the savoury and light broth, which possessed a hint of sweetness from the crabs. The crabs used at Kenny’s Krabbi were sweet and meaty. It would be better if the crab shells are more cracked before the crabs are served.
Apart from crabs and seafood dishes, Kenny’s Krabbi offers a variety of hawker favourites, such as Yang Zhou Fried Rice ($7.90), Sliced Beef Hor Fun ($7.90) and even Black Pepper Salmon Rice ($9.90).
We tried the Seafood Hor Fun ($8.90), which I felt was quite worth its price tag. Besides fish and prawns, fish maw, which isn’t a common ingredient found in seafood hor fun, is added into the mix as well. The seafood were all sweet and fresh, and the kway teow was charred very nicely, with a distinct wok hei aroma. In fact, because of the restaurant’s open kitchen concept, we were able to smell and hear all the buzz that went on as Kenny whipped up our dishes.
We also tried the Signature Braised Pork Belly with Leaf Bun ($3), which is essentially a kong bak pau, or braised pork bun. I thought that the pork belly was a little tough, and not as soft as I would have liked it.
The prices for the crab dishes at Kenny’s Krabbi are fixed, unlike many other seafood restaurants that offer “market prices”. I don’t know about you, but I always prefer knowing how much I’m paying for the dish, and not get a mini heart attack when the bill comes.
In conclusion, I think that Kenny’s Krabbi is definitely a place worth checking out. The crab dishes are priced reasonably, and the zi char dishes are tasty. The place is opened till late (11pm), so if you’re off work a little late that day and want to grab a quick dinner, the lights at Kenny’s Krabbi will still be turned on for you!
Address: #01-25 The Venue Shoppes, 2 Tai Thong Crescent, Singapore 347836
Phone: 6909 1950
Opening Hours: Wednesdays to Mondays: 11am to 2.30pm, 6pm to 11pm, closed on Tuesdays.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.