We kind of changed the schedule around a bit and ended up at Bob Chinn’s Crabhouse Bob Chinn’s Crabhouse for lunch today. We weren’t that hungry after our late and massive breakfast so seafood ended up being a nice light choice.

We started with Blue Point Oysters, large, fresh, and juicy. Some were a bit sandy though and two were not flipped.

Blue Point Oysters

When the Select King Crab Legs arrived, I was a bit disappointed at how small the portion was for $39.95, just 3 legs.
King Crab Legs

But, they were the best crab legs Lon and I have ever tasted, juicy, thick, and tender. I like them plain and Lon likes the citrus mayo sauce. We marveled about how meaty and perfect they were, talking about them half way back to Chicago.
King Crab

We loved the utensils too. They opened the legs easily and you can keep them.

Crab tool

We were still hungry so added on the Jonah Crab Claws, served cold. They come nicely cracked so that you don’t have much work to do, but eat the very robust claws.
Jonah Crab Claws

Both dishes came with a choice of white rice, fried rice, vegetables, or french fries. We opted for the fried rice which was pretty decent.

Fried Rice

We weren’t that hungry (read: stuffed and ready to be trussed) but on any other day, I would have taken advantage of the salad bar add-on for just $3.95, and the garlic bread looked and smelled like garlic heaven. I actually can’t believe I declined them.

Thanks to everyone who voted for Bob Chinn’s. We were definitely very pleased!

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