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September 20, 2016

Recently-Opened in Aiea: Raging Crab


Raging Crab recently opened up in Aiea, in a spot notorious for the high frequency turnover of restaurants.  Although I don't eat much seafood, I was eager to visit because I saw their post for Chowder Fries!

Raging Noodles

Fried Catfish Basket

Chicken Tenders Basket

Chowder Fries

Raging Crazy Bread

Small serving of  Fried Shrimp
The Chowder Fries were amazing!  I ate almost the entire thing myself!  Cajun Fries topped with chowder and bacon - comfort food at its finest!

Baskets come with Cajun Fries, although you can request regular if you wish (they were a bit too spicy for my kids).  Everyone ate up the chicken and catfish.

The noodles also had some kick to it, but they were so delicious!

My kids loved the Crazy Bread!

The restaurant offered a couple of social media specials.  One of which was to post on Instagram tagging them with a hashtag while you dine, and you get a select menu item for free (we got a small Fried Shrimp Basket).

I really enjoyed the food.  Each dish was so full of flavor.  We did think the serving sizes for some of the items were a bit small for what we paid, but overall we had a great lunch, and service was great too.


Raging Crab
Aiea Town Square
99-082 Kauhale Street Ste B-10
Aiea, HI 96701
(808) 487-2722

1 comment:

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