I discovered a better way to eat Crab – using fingers and hammer @ Fatty Crab

Restoran Fatty Crab
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The bestselling fried chicken wings.

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The signature Fatty Crab sauce, great with toasted bread.
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Hammer is best for crab eating. Hammer away like Thor!
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Asyraf Khalid

I discovered a better way to eat Crab – using fingers and hammer @ Fatty Crab
< OAR (deliciousness): 7.5|10 >

Huh? You see all my life I’ve been trying to get at the crab flesh with my teeth. Because there are many unwanted shell bits and chambers I end up spitting out and wasting most of the precious flesh.

My good buddy Asyraf, son of Dato’ K treated me to Fatty Crab. His family including the famous singer Siti Nurhaliza are regulars. The 2 times we’ve been there Asyraf only ate toasted bread dipped itnto an extra bowl of signature Fatty Crab sauce – no crab. Because I couldn’t finish it, I tapau (take away) back.

Tonight at home I reheated it and did 2 things differently. Firstly, I used a hammer to break the shell. I feel very embarrassed to use a hammer in public, so I rather use the “silent” claw breaker. But a hammer is the easiest to break the hard shell, much easier than the slippery claw breaker. Now I know why people are happily hammering very loudly away at Fatty Crab  – with no embarrassment.

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A typical Shanghai hariy crab display in Hong Kong during winter (“Tai Chup Hai” in Cantonese)

Secondly, I used my fingers to separate the flesh first, rather than using my teeth. Voila! This is a big discovery for me! Laugh all you want but no one ever taught me how to eat crab except maybe Nelson Chan (Chief Buying Officer of The Swank, the haute couture chain) who gave a full Shanghai Hairy Crab eating ritual party at his house in Hong Kong (the key is to remove the white ovaries in the middle as it’s too cooling especially for women.

So with these 2 new methods of fingers and hammer I really enjoyed crab meat. Previously because it’s messy and difficult to get a good quantity of crab flesh, it’s not my favorite dish. My discovery changed all that!

< Orange Army Review (Deliciousness): 7.5|10 >

This restaurant is highly rated by many friends but I rate it 7.5. Although the sauce is unique but it’s slightly too sweet and I prefer spicy salty chilli sauce crab. But it’s a matter of personal taste.

Restoran Fatty Crab (halal): 2, Jalan SS 24/13, Taman Megah, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia (no reservations, sitting queue for 15-20 minutes)

#FattyCrabTamanMegah  #AsyrafKhalid   #OrangeArmyReview   #ShanghaiHairyCrab

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Robert Chaen

Global CEO-Founder of ChangeU and Movsha Movers & Shakers, Hero-CEO Whisperer, Writer, The #1 Alpha Change Expert, Father of Asian FireWalking Robert Chaen is an International Keynote Speaker, writer, researcher, and corp games designer. He is famously known to be the “Hero-CEO Whisperer”, 1-on1 coaching with many CEOs and Celebrities for corporate strategies, staff & office political issues, personal branding, and even public figure OSHA safety drilling called Drager Defense. He has transformed CEOs and managers in Coca-Cola China, TVB Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airport Services, VADS, TM, Public Bank, Auditor General's Office Maldives, etc. He is the prolific creator and online Author of innovative management tools such as DragonCEO, Diamond Leader, Papillon Personal Effectiveness, OSHA Drager Defense, KPI Bank, etc. He is also the Founder of Movsha, an international networking with monthly mingles with MOVers & SHAkers, Angels, Entrepreneurs, CEOs, Celebrities, HR-PR-CSR, HODs, and the Most Influential IDEA people. ​Chaen is widely considered as one of the top International Platform Keynote Speakers for Resorts World Genting Senior Management Conference (Manila), 7-Eleven HK, Samsung, Coca-Cola China Mini-MBA @Tsing Hua University, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Jockey Club, The Story Conference where he interviewed Datuk Kamarudin (Chairman of AirAsia) and Siti Nurhaliza. He has been widely featured in TVB, AWSJ, CNBC, SCMP, The Star, and Sin Chew. As “The Father of Asian FireWalking”, he coached TVB celebrities (Ekin Cheng Yee-Kin) to walk on 650°C fire; and raised HK$68M in the world’s 1st and only live TV Charity FireWalk (TVB Tung Wah Charity Show), before Tony Robbins even came to Asia. If Robert can get you to walk on 650⁰C fire, he can inspire you to be THE BEST. He champions CN-HK-EU-US Tycoons to be philanthropic, and to be angel investors to support the next generation of Jack Mas, Steve Jobs, Richard Bransons, Steven Spielbergs, or Barrack Obamas. With some slick motivational speakers with fake doctorates out there, graduates often describe Robert to be "the most credible, empowering, truthful Coach" who believe in his graduates to believe in themselves. ​However, clients have described Robert as "The #1 Cool Badass Alpha Change Expert". He has the coolest first class stature, rapport and trust from clients. He will not hesitate to tell the badass truth ever so gently because clients are paying him big bucks to reveal the truth, find solutions, persuade the hostile HODs, and align cross-teams within the organization. Originally based in Hong Kong for 20+ years, he had worked with top Branding/Ad agencies at J Walter Thompson and Leo Burnett, and was a certified FranklinCovey (7 Habits) in USA, and NLP MasterCoach (USA). His warmth is known to soften the most hardened, resistant sceptics. He will inspire your team to Go for Top 1, or to be a Dragon CEO. With boundless energies, Robert owns 15+ successful business Joint-Ventures, and created unique products under his global VC network called Chaen's Angels VC. He is deeply passionate about ChangeUTH Youth CSR, Science-Based Medicine (vs. quackery), short films and Reality TV. Touched by a personal tragedy through the loss of his HK-born Portuguese wife, co-coach and business partner, Brenda José of 18 years, Robert explores the many ways in which the spirit world is communicating with the living with real scientific studies and evidence. He gives inspiring conferences on The Secret Afterlife.

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