So, what is it that makes Klaw so goddamn popular? Their idea is simple, super fresh seafood in a relaxed atmosphere where people can just “get their Fish on”.
I popped in last week to chat to Niall Sabongi about his latest seafood venture, getting a sneak peek at The Seafood Cafe, and even in its raw form the place looked class.
While the smaller shack-style Klaw in Crown Alley is known for its blowtorched native oysters and rustic lobster rolls, this new Seafood Cafe will focus on bringing seafood to the masses.
That means hearty, comforting dishes such as Fish Pies, Soft Shell Crab Tacos, a Smoked Haddock and Cockle Chowder, and a Grilled Seafood Platter.
The menu is simple, but features high quality ingredients cooked the way they should be
Poké bowls will be sold throughout the day until about 4pm, and a full breakfast and brunch menu will also be on offer (think Eggs Benedict with Lobster!)
Coffee to go and homebaked Portuguese tarts means there’s no way you’ll be able to resist popping in here at all stages of the day.