The Red Crab Alimango House 24 Ways of Enjoying Your Crabs!

My top three sea foods that I really love are shrimp, squids and crabs.Every month, especially during pay day, my mom never fails to cook one of this in her signature way and everyone in the family or even friends love the way she cooks it. Whether its sinigang, adobo, buttered or with gata or the one with her special sauce. But for the crabs she usually cooks it as halabos, steamed, buttered or with ginataang langka or sitaw. I’m not really into crabs but The Red Crab Alimango house changed the way I see the Red Crabs with their 24k!  
The Red Crab Alimango House is now offering what they called the 24k – 24 ways of enjoying your red crabs at the Lucky China Town Mall. I got to taste 19 out of 24 crab dishes!

Buttered Ginger Crab
steamed Crab tossed in a light butter, garlic and ginger sauce

Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter Crab
deep fried crab with tossed noodles, topped with garlic, chili and salted black beans

Crab Adobo sa Buko
sauteed in crab roe and buko juice topped with shredded buko meat

Crab Alvarez
simmered in a special coconut and turmeric sauce

Crab Lilian
sauteed in sweey onions, ginger and fresh green chilies simmered in coconut milk

Crab Maritess
named after Maritess Araneta, this dish is sauteed in olive oil, garlic and fresh chilies deglazed with white wine

Crab Singapura 
fried crab served in a mild spicy Singaporean style chili egg sauce served with golden fried buns

Crab Sotanghon
simmered in oriental sauce served with sotanghon noodles

Crab Tausi
deep fried and sauteed in ginger, onions, tausi and oyster sauce topped with tomato wedges

Crab sa Sinigang sa Gabi at Kamias
cooked in an aromatic lemongrass broth, flavored with kamias and gabi root

Crab Sinigang sa Sampalok

cooked in a sour tamarind broth with mixed seasonal vegetables

Deep Fried Crabs with Togue in Sichuan Sauce
crab simmered in a very spicy sichuan sauce served with refreshing bean sprouts

Fidel’s Pepper Crab
named after Former President Fidel V. Ramos, this is flavored with five spices and freshly cracked black peppercorn

Malaysian Chili Kangkong Crab
cooked in hot and spicy Malaysian sauce with Kangkong

Onion Crab
steamed crab sauteed in garlic and onion leeks

Roasted Garlic Crab
sauteed in butter and roasted garlic served with chili vermicelli noodles

Salted Egg Crabs
steamed in tomato, onions and salted egg sauce served with fresh eggplant ensalada

Szechuan Crabs
sauteed in sweet, spicy and gingery Szechuan sauce

Thai Chili Crabs
crab simmered in red curry sauce, spiced with green chilies

I personally love the Butter Ginger Crab, Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter Crab, Crab Maritess, Crabd Sotanghon and the Salted Egg Crabs. You can enjoy the following dishes at the following price:
Middle Weight
Php145/100 g (500-700g)
Big Crabs
Php155/100 g (800-900g)
King Crabs
Php 165/100 g (1kg-up)
Female Crabs
Php 165/100 g (all sizes)
The Red Crab Alimango House

2/1 Lucky Chinatown Mall
Reina Regente St. cor. dela Reina St.
Brgy 293 Zone 28,
Binondo Manila
Telephone No.708-9578
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3 Responses to The Red Crab Alimango House 24 Ways of Enjoying Your Crabs!

  1. Peter S. says:

    Hello, Krystle! Thanks so much for posting this! My friends and I absolutely love crab and we want to try this out.

    I'm curious though of one thing — the price. Is there like a base price to sample all 24? Or do you order a la carte and then just wait for the bill depending on the weight of the crabs?

  2. kRyStLe says:

    Hi Peter thanks for dropping by.. =)

    Currently the 24k is only available at the red crab lucky china town mall branch only. there's no base price to sample all the 24 crabs. the price depends on the size and the grams as indicated on the last portion of my post.

  3. Berylle says:

    what a crab feast!! hope to drop by red crab soon! 🙂

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