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‘Cracking’ good food (geddit?) is the punning slogan behind Crabshakk – a funky seafood specialist in Glasgow’s equally funky Finnieston district. Designed as an all-day kitchen with rough-hewn
elbow-to-elbow tables, an industrial steel staircase and a glass-clad bar, it majors on shellfish, crustacea and mighty seafood platters: crabs, lobsters and oysters au natural are its stock in
trade, served simply with sides of bread, mayo and salad. You can also slurp bowls of shellfish chowder, nibble on dinky crab cakes, tuck into plates of pasta vongole or fill up on fish and chips.
Meat eaters and veggies also get a look-in, while puds might bring fruit salad, ice cream or pannacotta. Crabshakk’s owners also run the no-bookings Table Eleven oyster bar a few doors away at 1132