LIST: Where To Order Seafood Boil

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A seafood boil is a dish that combines different shellfish boiled in a pot with a variety of seasonings (like crab boil packets!), resulting in juicy seafood that's bursting with a flavorful broth from the boil. Some versions of the seafood boil even have corn on the cob, sausage, and potatoes to make the experience more filling.


If you love shellfish and want to try this out for yourself, here are the different places that offer seafood boil:

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The Boiling Seafood

The Boiling Seafood lets you customize your seafood boil. You decide if you want your seafood boil to have crab, mussels, clams, and shrimp, then you can pick the sauce. They offer it in Butter Garlic, Cajun, Crab Fat, Coconut Curry, Sweet Chili Garlic, and Organic Garlic Longganisa flavors. Then you can also choose the spiciness level, from tame, mild, and wild! 


The Boiling Seafood is located at Westgate Center, Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa City.

Follow The Boiling Seafood on Facebook for more information.

Bag O' Shrimps

Bag O' Shrimps also lets you customize your seafood boil from the seafood, sauce, and spice level. If you don't want all the fuss, go for their Big Poppa (P1,249). This comes with shrimp, mussels, clams, sausage, and corn on the cob-all covered in delicious Bag O' Momma sauce. You can control the spice level from mild, medium, hot, and very hot.


You can place your order via the Bag O' Shrimps website.

Follow Bag O' Shrimps on Facebook for more information.

Pier at Clawdaddy's

Pier at Clawdaddy's has three seafood boil options. There's the Famous Seafood Boil (P995 or P1,765) that has white shrimp, Manila clams, mussels, mud crabs, andouille sausage, corn on a cob, and potatoes, then served with steamed rice. There's also the All Shrimp Boil (P884 and P1,450) that has the same ingredients as the Famous Seafood Boil, minus the Manila clams, mussels, and mud crabs.


The most expensive seafood boil on the Pier at Clawdaddy's menu is the Crab & Shrimp Boil (P1,685 and P2,195). This has white shrimp, mud crabs, andouille sausage, corn on a cob, potatoes, and served with rice.

Pier at Clawdaddy's is located at B5, Bonifacio High Street, Lane O, Taguig City.

Follow Pier at Clawdaddy's on Facebook for more information.


Crab n' Crew

Crab n' Crew has the classics, like the Shrimp Bag (price starts at P380), Mussel Bag (price starts at P175), Crab Bag (P1,599). The seafood restaurant does offer more unique seafood boils like the Chavacano Bag (P1,299) which has mixed seafood which has a latik flavor, the Szechuan Bag which uses sweet and spicy flavors, and the Soy-Ginger Bag (P1,299) which uses oyster sauce and ginger.

Crab n' Crew is located at 77 Visayas Avenue, Quezon City.

Follow Crab n' Crew on Facebook for more information.


Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps

Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimp is a famous seafood restaurant in Davao. Here, you can customize your seafood boil here, too. You can choose your seafood, the spiciness level, and the cooking preference. There's the Blue Post Boil which is the restaurant's take on the Cajun sauce, the Garlic Fried, and the Sambal which combines Indonesian and Malay dishes with a touch of Blue Posts.

The restaurant has other seafood specials on the menu are the Buttered Cereal Shrimps, Cajun Prawns, and Garlic Tuna Belly.

Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps is located SM City Davao Annex and JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City. 

Follow Blue Posts Boiling Crabs and Shrimps on Facebook for more information.

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