This rustic little eatery doesn’t just stick to the adage of serving fresh shellfish straight from the boat, it goes one step further by having just three simple local seafood dishes on the menu – Bryher crab, mussels and scallops. The only additions are wine, coffee, bread, fries, mixed salad, a cheese board and Eton mess.
Served informally in Portuguese cataplanas, it’s the sort of meal for which you need to put your apron on and be prepared to get messy.
The Crab Shack is now closed for the 2018 season and is set to reopen mid May 2019. Bookings for the 2019 season of the Crab Shack will open in March.
Due to the nature of the Crab Shack, we are unfortunately unable to offer this dining experience to children aged under 14 years.
|Sharing scallops - 6||£12.50|
|Sharing scallops - 12||£25.00|