May 19, 2017

Get your hands dirty at Shrimp Bucket in BGC

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  • Love seafood? Tag your seafood-obsessed friends and dine in at Shrimp Bucket! This seafood restaurant is not like your usual seafood restaurant because in here, you’ll enjoy the pleasure of eating using your hands.

    Shrimp and 8 different flavors to choose from/IMAGE Shrimp Bucket’s Facebook page

    Shrimp Bucket is popular for their Bags by the Pound, where they serve fresh shrimps, mussels, and crabs in different flavors, namely Mardi Gras, Salty Eggsperience, Coco-sol, Frenchy Lemon Pepper, The Spaniard, and Coco-Curry. These flavors are drizzled into the seafood of your choice, so you’re sure to get a flavorful meal in every bite. The best way to eat this is using your hands, which makes for a finger-lickin’ good experience. With or without rice, you’d enjoy this different kind of experience as you devour on their seafood offerings.

    Shrimps at P560/IMAGE Shrimp Bucket’s Facebook page

    Mussels at P350/IMAGE Shrimp Bucket’s Facebook page

    Apart from their bestsellers, they also serve salads, sides, and other mains such as fish fillet, spicy pork belly, and beef stew, among others. To end the meal, make sure to tr their luscious desserts in the name of cheesecakes and chocolate cakes, or if you’d love to pair your meal with liquor, you can do so as they serve red and white sangria.

    Crabs at P200 per 100g/IMAGE Shrimp Bucket’s Facebook page

    Enjoy your favorite seafood dish in a unique way! Head on to Shrimp Bucket now!


    Images grabbed from Shrimp Bucket’s Facebook page

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