Our Anniversary Dinner at The Red Crab [Alimango House], Timog

6:45:00 PM



After attending Health Cube's Fight Like a Girl Pink Party in Greenhills, it's time for Hubby and I to celebrate our wedding anniversary. *Happy anniversary to my best buddy!* We headed straight to Timog, Quezon City and decided to try The Red Crab [Alimango House]. If there is one thing that could make Hubby so giddy about, that would be crab dishes. He loves it so much!


The all-time favorite children's song Tong Tong Tong Tong Pakitong Kitong posted on the upper wall
 A brightly lit mural will welcome you upon entering the restaurant.


The Red Crab was designed like an old Filipino house and mostly made of wood. Nothing fancy yet feels so homey. And I liked it. Old comic strips and movies like Pido Dida in frames are hanging on the walls for a flush of color.


Bar Area


Here we are, ready to get our hands dirtyyyy!

Filipino Chopchop Salad 275php
This salad was filled with shrimps, cashew nuts, cheese, red egg, iceberg lettuce, and chicharon bits in honey-patis vinaigrette. I must admit, I'm already full by finishing this plate. 

Szechuan Crab 220php/100g
First time I have seen a crab as huge as this! Look, it almost fills the whole pan! I'm not a crab person but I really enjoyed this! It has the right amount of sweetness and the crab meat tastes fresh and so tender. Thanks to Hubby for scraping the crab meat for me since I'm a bit afraid that I might get pinched by the shell. 

Prawns with Salted Egg and Aligue, 450php/250g
Simmered with aligue sauce then topped with salted egg bits. It tastes not too salty as I've thought it would. The prawns were crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside. 

We also enjoyed the place since it was quiet and only a few people were dining at that time. I find the place romantic but perfect for family gathering as well. With a wide selection of reasonably-priced seafood dishes, friendly and helpful staffs and a "feel-at-home" kind of vibe, The Red Crab is something I would certainly recommend for families who loves seafood dishes.


The Red Crab [Alimango House]
104 JSB Building, Tomas MoratoAvenue Corner Scout Delgodo, 
Laging Handa, Tomas Morato, Quezon City
Tel. Nos. 02 3748406+63 9203901550
Opens 11am to 12mn



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12 comments

  1. I've heard pricey daw po diyan? I think worth it naman po. Just eat in moderate lang po kasi nakaka high blood hehe! Great blog po Ms. Marie =)

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  2. Happy Anniversary! This sounds like a great way to celebrate. Glad you enjoyed it!

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  3. Nakakagutom to think that I just had lunch haha. Ang sarap ng alimango, it's my Mom's favorite!

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  4. I am not big on seafood, but I am trying to open up to it. I must say that this place looks nice and i would love to try it out one day when I am brave enough to eat seafood. Ill add it to my must try list!

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  5. That salad looks epic! It looks like you had a great time.

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  6. Happy Anniversary!! What a great place to go celebrate a happy occasion like this!!

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  7. Who said playing with food wasn't fun? :) Happy Anniversary.

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  8. Happy Anniversary to both of you po πŸŽ‰πŸ˜Š Great place + great foods = Happy life πŸ‘ŒπŸ’žπŸ’«

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  9. seems like you guys had a nice date! happy anniversary!

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  10. The crabs are really looks so delicious! I'm craving for crabs right now!

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  11. Happy Anniversary to you both. The Red Crab looks like a great place to dine for any occasion. All the food looks so delicious and I would love to dine there one day. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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