Crab Cake

About Dish

Few prepared foods vary so dramatically in quality and price as crab cakes. Along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, it is not uncommon to pay over $20 for one that combines large pieces of lump crab meat and only enough filler to impart a wink of non-crab texture, convey the spice, and frame the meat from which the cake is made. The filling will be so negligible that when you eat one, you may find yourself believing that the sphere on your plate is all crab and nothing but crab, somehow raised to stratospheric succulence by the process of being mounded together and cooked.

Absolutely Best At
Crab Cake
Go to my location
Display Options
Location
Show
Rating
Search
Location
Anywhere
Show
Restaurants
Rating
Any
Search
[All]