Table 11 – food fit for the (Sea) Gods

I’m delighted – my friend’s having her birthday celebrations at Table 11, the new extension of the Crabshakk.

Crabshack - 1114 Argyle Street, Finneston, GlasgowOnly a few doors down from the original Crabshakk, Table 11 is the ideal space for a cosy party with friends because it only has just two tables. Perfect for about 20-30 people.

Although small, the space is perfectly planned, inviting and uncluttered with sleek simple lines.

But the Shakk’s Table 11 isn’t just a pretty space – it’s about marvellous food.

‘Cracking good food’

Crabshakk lives up to its promise of ‘cracking good food’.  And it’s so much more than crab.

A flow of continual flavours starts with perfectly seasoned oysters served in their shells, innovative and appetising crab wontons delicately spiced, sardines brimming with herbs, melt-in-your mouth lobster ravioli, tender brill and patatas bravas.  Each perfectly formed dish comes in delicate portions, ideal for popping in the mouth for a taste explosion.

And at £20 a head, this abundance of fantastic food is all the more delicious.

Brilliant attentive staff

The service is equally as impressive.  Welcoming, friendly staff attend to our every need throughout the meal. And after a steady supply of tempting morsels – our attentive server offers us the choice of more of our favourites or to try yet another new dish.  Fantastic.  I indulge my new found love of oysters.

Crabshakk’s table 11 makes food fit for Poseidon…or a birthday girl.   And there’s nothing shabby about this food. So go on, give it a go.  You won’t be disappointed.

– B

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