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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Crab and Claw (Siam Paragon)

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After a two-month hiatus, New England-style seafood king Crab and Claw’s Siam Paragon branch is back up and running with the same focus on sustainable produce.

Chef Colin Stevens has also introduced a few sumptuous new dishes, including rare wild Alaskan white king salmon (B780) served with confit cherry tomatoes and squid ink hollandaise, and char-grilled Spanish octopus tentacle (B650) served with roast garlic and chorizo-based sauce.

Come for lunch to enjoy other signatures like oysters Rockefeller (B420), uni-ara fettuccine (B450), spicy lobster linguine (B950) and, of course, the yummy lobster roll (B950 with one complimentary side dish). 

Read our review of the original Crab and Claw at Emquartier.

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Phone: 061-912-3145
Crab and Claw (Siam Paragon), G/F, Siam Paragon, 991 Rama 1 Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Siam

Nearest Train:

BTS Siam

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm

Cuisine:

Seafood

Open Since:

December, 2015
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