MaGerks' Maryland Crab Cake sandwich is a 6oz broiled crab cake served with chips and a pickle and your choice of bread (or on crackers if preferred). There is also a double entree served with a starch and chef's vegetable. All prices are market price.
The crab in the cake is in good sized lumps, although they are mostly broken up. While Maryland is in the name, this is a saucy cake, using a mayonnaise base to hold all of that delicous crab meat together, along with some bread and spices.
This crab cake was much better than we expected. The crab tastes more meaty than sweet, but the flavor is front and center. The binder offers a little more flavor, but mostly stays out of the way. If anything, the binder and spices nicely accentuate the crab. We felt that they could have used a little more crab spice in the mix, but that's really about it. If you're ever in town and can hold off on the Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, we recommend you give the crab cake a shot!
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