Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Late Night, Delivery, Outdoor Seating, Reservations Description: The Crazy Crab provides a spectacular waterfront dining experience overlooking beautiful Jarvis Creek.
We provide entertainment for the whole family with an onsite playground, the largest salt water fish tank on Hilton Head, live music and crab races during the summer, and a perfect view of breathtaking Low Country sunsets. We have both indoor and outdoor seating on our expansive deck and are pet friendly.
The Crazy Crab at Jarvis Creek is perfect for your rehearsal dinner or private party. During non-peak times of the year, a part of the restaurant can be curtained-off for your private event, seating up to 80 individuals.
From the hush puppies they brought to the table to the different meals we ordered. We shared bacon wrapped shrimp (5) for $7 and a beer for my husband.
We would have stayed but the bartender was in a bad mood and snappy with some customers, so we left for the dining room. We ordered the pound of shrimp in the Low Country Boil, and we split it.
Port Jefferson Station, New York, United States Drove past dozen times...finally went for dinner with wife and friend...amazing fresh seafood and steaks... Ask for Ashley...best service at restaurant in a long time...refreshing and genuine homegrown waitress... Allready planning on going back this weekend.great atmosphere as well...
Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Flavor/Texture : These oily fish have a reputation for tasting “fishy,” but high-quality anchovies have a meaty texture and a super umami-forward flavor.
Flavor/Texture : This mild fish has a slightly sweet flavor and a medium-firm texture that eats juicy when cooked properly. Some people soak catfish in milk or salt water to remove its somewhat muddy flavor.
Substitutes : The best alternative for this one is black cod (also called sable fish), which is often touted as a more sustainable option. Flavor/Texture : Although cod has a delicate, flaky texture, it’s also resiliently meaty and can hold up to just about any cooking method.
A lean fish in the sea bass family, typically found around coral reefs. It’s prized for its meaty, sweet flavor and boasts an impressively firm texture with big flakes.
Substitutes : Any fish with meaty texture works well here, like swordfish, marlin or shark. Can be used to describe many kinds of saltwater fish, including striped bass, rock cod, redfish and ocean perch.
Flavor/Texture : A mild fish with a slightly nutty flavor, a medium texture and a fine flake. Substitutes : Swap in one of the many fish synonymous with rock fish, or look for red snapper, porgy or cod.
Most people marinate shark meat to remove the naturally occurring ammonia flavor. Flavor/Texture : Although it’s a lean fish, properly cooked snapper is moist with a mild, sweet flavor and a delicate but firm texture.
Substitutes : Any whitefish with a delicate flavor will work here, like tile fish, flounder or grouper. When cooked, this fish flakes easily but sushi-grade tuna can be consumed raw and has a delicate, melt-in-your-mouth quality.
Substitutes : Choose a whitefish with a flaky texture, like haddock, rock fish or snapper. The sour cream dill sauce is subtly seasoned with horseradish so that it doesn't overpower the delicate salmon flavor.