I need Crab Legs… and I need them NOW!!! It’s time to find crab legs! There are a lot of them.
Wild Turkey might be a possibility. There are a lot of Sunday Brunch hotels like the Worthington in downtown Fort Worth and the Hotel Intercontinental on the tollway near Addison.
Crab legs are the best in Dallas.
If you boil crab legs, you’ll have crab legs that taste like water, and water that tastes like crab. Steaming them is best since it won’t sog out the shell, making them easier to open. It’s just a matter of steaming them until they’re warm. They’re always great dipped in melted butter, although many people eat them plain. Any leftover meat can be mixed with pasta, olive oil, and green onions. It should be something simple, so as not to overpower the mild taste of the crab.
A Chinese buffet with all you can eat seafood including crab legs is located near Spring Valley and 75 by Bone Daddy’s in North Dallas. The food is also good.
Usually there is a Super Jumbo China Buffet right in front of Bed, Bath and Beyond at Park Lane and Central Expressway. A nice all-you-can-eat seafood buffet is available at night. The restaurant also serves some subpar sushi and American dishes. Although not great, it is still acceptable.
On Mondays, Truluck’s serves all you can eat Jonah Claws…not crab legs, but they’re tasty! My boyfriend manages downtown, and it’s nice there
A wild turkey might be an option.t that is called Red Pepper.
There are crab legs you can eat all you want.
Be careful not to overindulge!
You can find General China on Skillman at Live Oak.