The Maryland Crab Cakes are described as being homemade, lightly breade,d and served broiled or fried. Platters are served with two sides. A sandwich is also available, as well as crab cakes stuffed into hard shells or soft shell crabs (both variations understandibly come fried). Wait staff will ask if you want tartar or cocktail, and by default will bring out a shaker of Old Bay. No lemon, so you might want to ask for that if you're into that sort of thing.
The broiled crab cakes may appear to be fried at first glance, but it's only because it's lightly breaded. No matter, it's what is inside that counts! Crab is mostly broken up, and is Maryland style, so the breadcrumbs give it a thicker, bready texture. Spicing amount is on average, and doesn't attempt to overpower.
These crab cakes are good! The bready texture and flavor works well with the spicing. The crab has a good flavor on its own, nice and sweet. There could be a bit more moisture to the crab cakes (maybe a tad more mayo or egg in the mix?), and come served with lemon by default. Not much more to say, other than get yourself over there and try them for yourself.
Also, we highly recommend you get the mac & cheese as a side, and sprinkle it with some Old Bay. It could stand as an entree of it's own! They also cater, so once you try them out, consider them for your next event. I'm sure they won't dissapoint!
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