The Boiling Crab Wilshire Los Angeles seafood restaurant serves many mouth-watering entrees. Located in Korea town at 33 Wilshire Blvd., this newly opened restaurant has something for everyone that enjoys seafood. Open seven days a week till ten pm. This restaurant chain offers eleven locations to serve you.

The very first Boiling Crab restaurant opened in 2004 in Seadrift, a little town in Southeastern Texas and has been going strong ever since.

Prices and availability do vary at different locations. From the menu, you can order shrimp, crawfish, lobster, and snow crab legs, king crab legs, Dungeness crab, raw oysters and blue crab when it is in season. All seafood prices are market price. Pick from lemon or garlic butter seasoning that you would like your meal cooked it. There are many wonderful spices and seasonings to choose from. The original full of flavor spice is Rajun Cajun and you can go as spicy as you want from non-spicy all the way up to triple spicy. Want your fish fried no problem, as there is a fried catfish, fried shrimp, fried oyster baskets to choose from. All baskets include Cajun fries. For an appetizer, you are sure to enjoy the fried calamari or Cajun hot wings. The gumbo with or without rice is to die for. Corn on the cob, potatoes and sausages are available as well. All soda comes with free refills to quench your thirst. Domestic and Imported beer are available on the menu.

Located at:

3377 Wilshire Blvd # 115
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Neighborhood: Koreatown

www.theboilingcrab.com





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