Crab Cake Review

30 Jan

Bonefish Grill

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The Bonefish Grill is a national chain that delivers upscale food in a casual setting. Despite the fancy decor and servers in white chefs coats, you'll see people dressed in all sorts of attire, from fancy date night clothes down to shorts and flip flops. No matter what you wear, the quality of the food and the freshness of ingredients will still stay the same. And while the focus is mainly on fish, there are some dishes that originalted on land as well. So what better dish to review than surf and turf? We couldn't think of anything better, either. So read along and find out how everythign turned out!

Crab cakes are on the menu as a double entree, as a sandwich, or served alongside a big hunk of steak. Entrees are served with a seasonal vegetable and one side. The sandwich is served with fresh greens or house-made chips. Our entree came with a red pepper remoulade on the side.

Focusing on the crab cake, the cake itself has a saucy consistency, thanks to a binder mixture base of mayonnaise, and possibly some breadcrumbs and Dijon. While the crab wasn't in jumbo lumps, there were some sizable lumps amongst broken pieces. The spice is peppery, and not your typical seafood seasoning like Old Bay. The smell coming from the crab cake was very nice and inviting, letting you know what good things you're about to dig into.

While we had our reservations reviewing a national chain, the crab cake was actually very good. The crab meat was sweet while remaining meaty, and the main flavor attraction. You taste the crab first, then the binder, then the spice. The binder could have been reduced a bit, as it was a little too saucy in places. Also, the spice was a little hot in pockets as well. Something to consider if you're not a big pepper fan. While we thought the cake size was a bit small at first, once we unleashed all of the flavor inside, it ended up being rightly proportioned.  Although if you really like your crab cakes, then go for the double entree.

Have you experienced the crab cakes at the Bonefish Grill?  Tell us about it in the comments!

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Additional Info

  • Restaurant Name: Bonefish Grill
  • Address: 696 Bel Air Rd Bel Air, MD 21014
  • Neighborhood: Bel Air
  • Restaurant Type: National Chain
  • Review Date: 01/12/2013
  • Atmosphere: Busy
  • Item(s) Ordered: Steak and Crab Cake
  • Cooking Style: Broiled
  • Other Styles Available: Yes
  • Available by mail order?: No
  • Price: 19.70
  • Order Type: Combo Platter
  • Crab Content: Lump
  • Filler: Minimal
  • Spice: Average
  • Overall Impression: Very Good
  • Rating (out of 5 crabs):

    4h-crab

Comments   

 
# Izzy 2013-11-02 15:43
I would like to know If any of their foods. Are cooked with peanuts, walnuts, almonds etc.Thanks
 
 
# CCR Info 2013-11-03 23:23
You might want to check with your local restaurant. There is a store locator on their website that should give you a particular location's phone number.
 
 
# frank 2013-09-23 06:37
this is not a review but to tell you that on your reguler coment page it is imposable to decifer your symbols to post a coment please tell me of a easyer way to contact you frank-----franksice@aol.com thank you
 
 
# CCR Info 2013-10-01 23:48
Frank, apologies for the delayed response. The symbols for the contact form are intended to thwart spam bots from posting annoying comments, and any other product we've tried did a horrible job at that. If you want to contact us directly, you can email us: info at crabcakereview dot com (where the at = @ and the dot = .)
 

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