- The restaurant's strange name refers to its humble origins in Singapore when the owners opened a stall in a hawker center but failed to put up a signboard. Some things don't change, however, and many years later this Jakartan offshoot is serving crab delicacies - like chili crab and white pepper crab - but to a new clientele. Other mouth watering items on the menu include crispy cereal prawn, lobster and abalone as well as non-seafood items like chicken, noodles and fried rice. The restaurant is large and can seat around 200 people, but retains its charm with oriental décor. Be warned, however - eating crab is never easy and you should be prepared to get your fingers messy when you eat here! - Martin Jenkins
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