The Caribbean Crab Cakes is a double platter of crab cakes made with fresh MD Blue crab, roasted, grilled, and topped with mango salsa and served with two sides. The menu doesn't mention a single platter option, but you might be able to ask your server if there is one. If you're not into single or double platters, then a crab cake slider also available.
The crab cakes are of your bready Maryland style cake. The crab meat has a nice, decent flavor, not as sweet as fresh Maryland Blue could be. The spicing is light,and hits on the back end as a light note. But the binder/filler is very bready, but has a nice buttery flavor to it. The salsa adds some sweetness to the mix, which is actually kind of nice.
The overall flavor of the crab cake is a bit muted, so the contrast in flavors from the salsa is a good thing. However, the seasoning could be more, and the crab could have a bit more flavor (although you can't really control that too much). Our impression was that it tastes more like crab stuffing than a crab cake. Overall, not bad, but nothing that really made an impression.
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