Quebec seafood boil restaurant opens first location in Mississauga


Published September 20, 2022 at 10:12 am

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Seafood lovers will want to try Mississauga’s newest restaurant.

Quebec seafood boil restaurant Seau de Crabe opened its first location in Ontario at 670 Eglinton Ave.W. earlier this month.

A seafood boil is an experience. It generally consists of fish and shellfish along with vegetables such as corn boiled together in a seasoned broth.

At Seau de Crabe, patrons can choose their “bucket” — there is lobster tail, shrimp, snow crab and mussels. Seau de Crabe translates to crab bucket. There are two sauce options – original or cajun.  You can pick your sides such as potatoes, corn on the cob or rice. And the food arrives in a plastic bag.

It can get messy so Seau de Crabe provides a bib, gloves and paper to eat your food on.

For those not into a boil, the menu has fried seafood options such as fish and chips, calamari, and shrimp.

Take-out is available but the Mississauga location has a nautical theme with fish nets on the ceiling — creating a fun dining experience.

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