Cover Photo: Courtesy of Sexy Crab

The new seafood restaurant at Victoria Dockside showcases beloved crustaceans all year round

Following the opening of fine dining establishment Cobo House and temple cuisine-inspired vegetarian restaurant Soil to Soul, Tsim Sha Tsui’s K11 Musea is home to Sexy Crab, a brand new restaurant where crab noodles is the main attraction.

Set to open on fourth floor of K11 Musea in mid-November, the 530-square foot restaurant has only 23 seats and will not take reservations. The design is a mix of dark mahogany furnishings, vintage mirrors and neon signs for a contemporary look.

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Sexy Crab’s menu is equally petite, with a humble selection of items focusing on Shanghainese hairy crabs, whose peak harvest season runs from now until early December. The restaurant presents notable signature dishes such as Sexy Crab, a platter which features delicate bowls of crab leg meat, crab roe, and crab oil as toppings for guests’ own portion of hand-pulled noodles. Other menu highlights include 50-50 (noodles topped with hairy crab meat, crab roe, and grilled baby yellow croaker and scallions); Pillow Talk (whole fish maw-stuffed with crab roe, topped with caviar on crab roe noodles) and xiao long bao-inspired Packing Meat, where wontons are filled with hairy crab roe, meat from yellow croaker, and Jinhua ham-chicken broth.

These freshwater hairy crab delicacies will be the main focus on Sexy Crab’s opening menu, but after the season ends diners can expect other delights prepared with other crab varieties.

Sexy Crab, Shop 401A, 4/F, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong; IG: sexycrabhk