Best Restaurants to Eat at in Honolulu: Under the Bridge Crab

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Address: Hong Kong, Causeway Bay, Lockhart Rd, 391號地下及一樓 Golden Jubilee House

Under the Bridge Spicy Crab is a restaurant in Hong Kong that specializes in serving spicy/garlic crab (and it is located under a bridge, hence the name). Their speciality dish is the crab pictured above.

At Under the Bridge, you choose what weight of crab you want, as well as what spice you want. I cannot remember exactly what the weight options are, but I usually get the middle weight level. As for spice, it is probably best to stick with a mild spice level unless you really enjoy hot dishes, as even their base spice levels are pretty spicy.

I think that Under the Bridge’s Spicy Crab is a great dish, but I also do think it is a bit overpriced. Since it is a whole crab, the price ranges from about $60-100, so it is not going to be a cheap meal. This is just for the crab alone, and it does not include the price of side dishes like fried rice, noodles, vegetables, etc.

One cool thing you can see if you go to Under the Bridge Spicy Crab is their cook who solely focuses on frying garlic. The cook who is in charge of this has a mountain of fried garlic in front of them, as they use so much garlic for each crab (it tastes really good if you scoop the garlic and oil onto fried rice!).

While Under the Bridge has a bunch of other seafood dishes, I would recommend getting the spicy/garlic crab if it is your first time. It is a unique dish that you should definitely try once if you are a crab fan visiting Hong Kong!

Under The Bridge Crab Recommendation Rating: 3

1: Something worth checking out if you have time

2: Something that is a hit for some people, but not a must for everyone

3: Something worth prioritizing if interested

4: Something worth making time to check out

5: An absolute home run, worth going out of your way for

One response to “Best Restaurants to Eat at in Honolulu: Under the Bridge Crab”

  1. […] Under the Bridge Spicy Crab (A great place to try garlic/spicy crab in Hong Kong) […]


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