09/06/2006Provided by Citysearch -
True to New England expectations, the seafood here was fantastic. I highly, highly recommend The Crab Claw. Even, on a rainy saturday afternoon the large, barnyard-esque restaurant was PACKED. Apparently, all the locals know where the good food is at. On a clear, sunny day I can see how the waterfront restaurant would offer great views in a rustic setting. The Maryland Blue crab was tender and juicy. You can order these by the dozen or half dozen. The King Crab legs were delicious as were the crab cake. I would suggest definately ordering the Blue crabs and King Crab legs. The Snow crab legs were good but, not as good as the king crab legs. I didn't enjoy the raw oysters much. The fried clams strips were really good as well. Things I would order: Blue crabs, king crab legs and crab cake in addition to fries, mozzerella sticks, etc. Things that were good but, not fantastic: The snow crab legs, the raw oysters, soft shell crabs (which were expensive at $9 each and not as great). Go with my suggestions and you'll LOVE your meal. This place is cash only but, not expensive. Overall, a fantastic meal that you'll be happy you tried.