Large Flower Crabs and Mussels from Great Harvest Fisheries

Give me a choice and I will pick good flower crabs over mud crabs any day. Flower crabs are easy to eat (you can use your hands or teeth to crack the shell), super sweet and if you get solid ones, they can be meaty! But of course, I'm also spoilt by being a seafood enthusiast and I only eat big flower crabs...

Seafood boil! Ingredients were beer, chinese wine, garlic and ginger

Ordered some from Great Harvest Fisheries at decent prices ($25/kg for large, $20/kg for medium) and wasn't disappointed as the crabs were meaty and fresh (they were alive lol). Live flower crabs rarely have issues and I had them as a seafood boil with other shellfish such as mussels, gong gong and clams. Really hassle free and quick way to prepare seafood. The large crabs were around 250g to 350g and although they weren't the biggest I've eaten, I was still happy :)

The large ones were 250g to 300g

Crab seafood boil

Their mussels were also good. I was quite concerned as local green mussels usually have a very terrible "fishy" smell but their mussels didn't have this strong smell, only a little bit and at $5/kg, it was cheap!

Shiny and clean local green mussels

Collection point is at Lorong Halus Fishing Jetty or you can opt for delivery at extra charges.

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