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Seafood Restaurant, Diner, Filipino Restaurant

The Red Crab Alimango House

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2/F, Newport Mall, Resorts World 2/F Pasay City, Philippines

hours

Open Now
11:00 - 23:00

cuisine

Seafood

price rate

$$$$

specialties

Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Coffee

services

  • Delivery
  • Catering
  • Good For Groups
  • Good For Kids
  • Takes Reservations
  • Take Out
  • Waiter Service
  • Walk-Ins Welcome

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attire

Casual

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TOMAS MORATO-374-8406
GREENBELT-757-4129
MCKINLEY-403-8011
RESORTS WORLD-856-0087
LUCKYCHINA TOWN MALL-708-9578
EASTWOOD MALL-584-7433

story

RED CRAB’S VISION

A citizenry who can experience and be proud of its aquamarine industry’s best bounties through RED CRAB as the country’s best casual seafood restaurant chain.

RED CRAB MISSION

To be the top crab and seafood restaurant and be among the top 10 restaurant chains in the country.
To create a strong network of world class, pioneering specialty restaurants combining the best Filipino Agro resources and talent with global flavors and design
To define crab & seafood dining in the country
BACKGROUND

Chiqui Eusebio started the very first Red Crab in Clark, Pampanga. Chiqui, a real-estate broker and developer, comes from a Pampango family of cooks and educators. When the local real estate business was down in Angeles City, Pampanga, Chiqui decided to shift her energies to the food business. Chiqui’s Mother, Amanda “Imang Madang” Eusebio is the family matriarch whose passion is cooking and preparing grand dishes for the family and friends.

Raymund Magdaluyo, Chiqui’s son, started the chain’s growth in Metro Manila starting in Malate in 1999 and to date is still in the midst of the chain’s expansion program. After Malate, Raymund’s leadership used the group’s very limited resources in building modestly-funded stores in Metro Manila.

Two Red Crab Seafood and Steaks opened on the year 2001, Tomas Morato and Alabang Town Center. The fourth branch which opened in 2002 is in Shangri-La Plaza Mall.

Red Crab Group’s vision is to be able to bring to its customers the best of Philippine seafood combined with global flavors and architecture. The group offers four concepts with one value offering… the freshest crabs and seafood. The crabs are the star of the most meals, and people come to the stores in relaxed clothing or with their ‘business shirt sleeves’ rolled up for battle.

The Seafood Club by Red Crab, opened in June 2002, is a place where lunch can be enjoyed quite differently. Imagine this: huge crabs or the daily buffet, big red bibs, crab crackers, crab picks, oysters, scallops and other seafood delights blended with casual and relaxed ambience and daily and sing-able piano music. It’s a place where sleeves can be rolled up, hands could get a bit messy and regular lunch and dinner breaks could be made more special. The restaurant offers a daily buffet (with succulent crabs among the choices of course), a dozen crab recipes to choose from.

The Red Crab goal is to bring the freshest seafood. It is in this spirit that the reputable Red Crab chain came up with – Crustasia Crab and Seafood House which opened in June 2004, is the ultimate in Asian crab and seafood dining. Red Crab wants to create a rather different story from its same arsenal of crustaceans and other seafood. Crustasia is a haven for the freshest seafood and the best of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese cooking.

Crustasia elevates the norm for freshness this time, making sure that most of its seafood is live before reaching the grill or the wok. Freshest mud crabs, groupers, pearl fish, freshwater prawns, rock and pacific lobsters, clams, and others are cooked using the most refreshing Vietnamese recipes, boldest flavors from Thailand, and choicest recipes from southern China.

Blackbeard’s Seafood Island, opened the first branch last September 16, 2004 in Fiesta Market, Market! Market! Fort Bonifacio Global City. This restaurant is a showcase of the best island cuisine featuring both seafood and meat dishes. The Boodle Feasts is one of the best sellers because of its value for money. These are patterned after the Boodle Meals in the army / navy, wherein everything is place at the center and soldiers eat using their hands. Each set is good for three – four persons and comes complete with rice and grilled seafood selection; these are placed in a 3 sq ft wooden tray lined with banana leaves.

The Red Crab Group boasts of a formidable kitchen team having in its roster both foreign chef’s and internationally-trained cooks. The real backbone of Red Crab’s kitchen are its cooks who have gone all over the world and train in its best cruise liners, hotels, and restaurants in Japan, Middle East, Europe and North America. The Group has been coming up with impressive menu sets with different thematic flavors – Mediterranean, Chinese, Spanish, Filipino, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and much more.

The Red Crab Group of restaurants is led by its General Manager and visionary leader, Raymund E. Magdaluyo. Mr. Magdaluyo is fast emerging as one of the country’s young and successful restaurateurs churning out unique and powerful restaurant concepts, all revolving around crabs and seafood.

The chain consumes around 3,500 – 3,700 kilos of crabs, 80 kilos of live fish ( lapu-lapu, grouper, tilapia, kingfish and catfish), 155 kilos of imported seafood ( New Zealand Mussels, Salmon, Chilean Sea bass), 350 kilos of oysters and 1,085 kilos of assorted seafood (shrimps, prawns, lobsters & squid) per week. That is why the chain has its own Seafood Trading Group, whose main task is to source the crabs and seafood served from safe, accredited and reliable sources.

Red Crab has received numerous media citations as one of the top restaurant chains in the Philippines. Recently, new ventures outside the country will be open, Crustasia Asian Crab and Seafood House in Shanghai, China, and soon will expand globally to North America, Asia, and the Middle East through joint ventures and franchise agreements.

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