Choices include live crawfish, shrimp, peeled shrimp, clams, or mussels. In this picture, you can see that a combination of live crawfish, shrimp, peeled shrimp, and clams. It's up to you and your group's preferences. Some people like regular shrimp and others like peeled shrimp. Sometimes, you need to get them together to really see which one you prefer. It's nice to be able to switch back and forth.
So we were thinking about using another term rather than, "orgy," but "assembly" or "congregation" didn't quite have the zest we were looking for to title this seafood combo. Orgy hits the spot. This orgy consists of our staple seafood: crawfish, shrimp, clams, and mussels all tossed in a garlic-filled cajun sauce. Hopefully, using this term won't detract our followers from what is important here: our seafood combo. If you want to get kinky with our combos, that's strictly up to you. But if you do, try to pick one of the booths in the back corner so we don't have to see it.
We know not everyone observes lent but for those of you who do, be aware that the Fire Crab's menu is most definitely lent-friendly. With the exception of sausages and our chicken wings, just about everything else on our menu is Vatican-approved for lent. So swing on by for meatless Fridays or if you gave up meat for lent, swing on by any time. And for those of you who don't observe lent, well, just come on by. We don't discriminate and think you're going to hell because you don't observe lent.
You like our Cajun Garlic Noodles? You like it with clams? Done, son! Stop by the Fire Crab in Garden Grove and have some awesome cajun seafood and some awesome Cajun Garlic Noodles with Clams! If you want it more on the mild side, then you can get our regular Garlic Noodles with Clams. If you want more of a kick, you can add more hot sauce, like sriracha, which is what a lot of our regulars do. If you'd like it with shrimp, sausage or anything else you can think of, we'll throw it on there. As long as it can all fit on the plate.
You really have the option to combine whatever seafoods you like at the Fire Crab. A current favorite is crawfish and clams, since live crawfish is still barely in season. It could run out at any time now. We're open from 3pm till 10pm on the weekdays, and from noon till 10pm on the weekends. We hope to see everyone real soon.
They say the classics never get old, like this seafood cajun combo. Crawfish, shrimp, and clams is always a good choice when you're trying to put together your combo. Come on in today and get as many pounds as your heart desires. Take advantage of our many different beer selections, including 4 beers on tap: Sapporo, Stella, 805, and Elysian Space Dust IPA. And, we also have 8 different types of fries and a whole assortment of appetizers and entrees. Come on by today!
We get it. Sometimes, you just want some clams. We feel that way every once in a while. There's no peeling. There's no work. Just pick up the shell, scoop some sauce while you're at it, and put it to your mouth, and suck. Simple as that. We like it simple some times. It's just nice that clams is a good scooper for the sauce, too. Yep, treat yo self. Indulge. Get multiple seafood combos.
You should really try and experiment with some of our other flavors besides the usual Fire Sauce. Our Garlic Butter Sauce is exactly how it sounds: garlicky and buttery. It's especially good if you have kids in the group or some wimpy adults who can't handle the spice. Our other flavors include Lemon Pepper and Cajun. Combining all three flavors (Garlic Butter, Lemon Pepper, Cajun) make up our Fire Sauce. We like getting our combos with clams and mussels because their shells double as scooping utensils so we can drink the sauce, too. Yum.
What are bivalves? Bivalves are marine and freshwater mollusks that have bodies enclosed by a shell consisting of two hinged parts, like clams and mussels. Just because you're out of school, it doesn't mean you should stop learning. Yes, you can get a combo with just bivalves, if that's what your heart desires. And you can also order a dozen of our other popular bivalves known as oysters. Get it while you can!