An Asian dining experience with a rock and roll edge, Fatty Crab takes traditional South East Asian recipes and injects them with their own modern twist. With locations all over the world from Malaysia to New York, Fatty Crab are well versed in serving up delicious Asian-inspired seafood, and luckily for the people of Hong Kong, they have now opened a restaurant on Old Bailey Street in the Central area of the city.
Fatty Crab aims to bring some boldness to Hong Kong’s Asian dining scene and they certainly deliver, with bold takes on traditional cuisine served up in their industrial-style environment in Hong Kong’s Central. A unique space, Fatty Crab’s raw interior is comprised of exposed concrete and bold, graffiti-covered walls, only adding to the edgy appeal of this Asian eatery.
On the menu you will find exciting takes on classic dishes with a focus on seafood. Try some of Fatty Crab’s specialties – chilli crab, crispy pork and watermelon salad or duroc-smoked pork ribs, washed down with a naughtily named cocktail from the extensive menu. How about a drug mule? A delicious blend of fuji apple-infused vodka, fresh ginger syrup and lime juice. Introducing a new culinary concept to Hong Kong, at Fatty Crab you will also find a raw bar where you can indulge in some raw seafood, from razor clams to snapper crudo and spicy marinated shrimp. As one of Hong Kong’s most exciting Asian restaurants, Fatty Crab on Old Bailey Street in Central draws in a crowd so be sure to book your reservation in advance!