Crab cake platter is served with a red pepper aioli, fries and slaw (although you can sub one of the sides out, of which there are many options). A single platter is also available, as well as a crab cake sandwich (comes with red pepper aioli and house chips). No tartar or cocktail sauce is served with the platters, nor was any offered (most likely rendered unnecessary by the red pepper aioli). Lemon garnish served on the plate, and a shaker of Old Bay is provided. Crab cakes are each topped with 3 jumbo lumps of crab meat.
While there are some jumbo lumps of crab meat in the cakes, most of the meat is broken up or shredded. The flavor, though, is nice and sweet. Bread crumb filler helps keep everything nice and moist. The cake itself doesn't seem to be overly seasoned, which allows the crab meat flavor to shine through. The red pepper aioli adds a nice flavor without overpowering.
TC's crab cake is definitely worth pushing past the crowds for. I knocked a half crab off for the crab meat being broken up and stringy. Luckily, the cake was not dry at all, and the stringiness did not come across in the mouthfeel. But personal preference would be for more intact lumps of crab meat.
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