Opening its doors in early 2015 on Bali’s most happening dining stretch in Petitenget, Seminyak, The Holy Crab Bali is now offering a unique gadget- free dining experience.
With technology dictating many aspects of daily life, it is not uncommon to see people busy engaging with their phone or latest electronic device during dinner. At The Holy Crab Bali, we want eating out to be fun and exciting. Every order arrives at the table in a massive bag doused in the restaurant’s signature sauce. There are no plates or utensils, only shellfish crackers and openers are provided, so everyone must be prepared to get their hands dirty. Hence, we advise our guests to keep their mobile phones and gadgets out of sight until they have finished their meal.
With 150 seats, easy access and a spacious parking area at the back of the restaurant, The Holy Crab Bali is the perfect venue for corporate gatherings. The Louisiana-style ambiance infused with classic southern hospitality and a cheeky nautical look takes seafood dining to an entirely new level and guarantees a fun time for teams.
“The combination of world-class seafood and traditional Louisiana cooking techniques in a chic yet comfortable dining environment are just some of the key factors that set The Holy Crab apart from other restaurants. The choice of seafood that we offer ranges from your everyday-affordable, local selections to imported, exotic crabs, ensuring that our menu can be enjoyed for all occasions,” says Albert Wijaya, Executive Chef and Owner, The Holy Crab.
The Holy Crab launched in Bali under the Ersons Foods umbrella, which already has four restaurant brands in Jakarta and is continuing to grow. Their main objective is to continuously create unforgettable dining experiences for culinary enthusiasts and seafood aficionados.
The Holy Crab is committed to consistency in its delivery of high quality tastes and warm hospitality in a family-friendly environment. The restaurant is open daily from 17:00 – 23.00 and the bar opens daily from 17:00 – 24:00.