Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Food Review: Shrimp Bucket

Are you a fan of seafood dishes? (Especially shrimps?) Shrimp Bucket is one of my ‘now favorite’ places to eat whenever I crave for seafood experience for sure! My food adventure surely will not be complete without having a try of sumptuous seafood dishes located around the metro.

Shrimp Bucket has 3 branches here in Metro Manila. I visited their branch here at Tomas Morato, Quezon City. Shrimp Bucket specializes with their savory seafood plus other meat dishes. Their place here at Tomas Morato is quite small but with quiet ambiance and attentive staffs.






Here are some of the available dishes here at Shrimp Bucket:

Kani and Shrimp Salad

Kani and Shrimp Salad – Refreshing appetizer to start up with your Shrimp Bucket experience.

Shrimp Skewers with 5 spice dip

Shrimp Skewers with 5 spice dip – The dip reminds me of my mom’s favorite spice—The Cardamom.  Hoping that the shrimp itself has some added flavors to for those who are not fan of sauces with spices.

Shrimp Sebastiana

Shrimp Sebastiana – This new appetizer soon to out in line with their appetizers, Shrimp Sebastiana is a delicious shrimp dish that makes you crave for rice. Coated with crab’s Aligue plus a secret seafood flavor, this dish is a must-try and shouldn’t be missed.

Dad’s Seared Chicken in Coconut Milk

Dad’s Seared Chicken in Coconut Milk – Not all available dishes here are purely seafood. This dish literally makes me say “Panalo!” as its caramelized onion, soft chicken meat with a kick of spiciness is really good.

Mussels (The Mardi Grass)

Mussels (The Mardi Grass)Veeeery yummy! It is a combination of mussels plus Spanish Chirizo, served in a plastic bag and shake. I am not a fan of mussels but this dish literally changed my point of view for seafood.

Shrimp (Salty EggPerience)

Shrimp (Salty EggPerience) – Big shrimps plus salted egg, served also in a plastic bag and shake. Just the sauce itself makes you say “Rice, please!” Very tasty dish and also a must-try.

Sollie’s Tapioca in Coconut Milk

Sollie’s Tapioca in Coconut Milk – For me, I recommend this dessert to try rather than their cakes. Very refreshing dessert perfect to dilute the strong taste of every dish.


They served alcoholic drinks and other refreshing juices too. Like Iced Tea and Mojitos.

Price wise, it is quite pricey if you would eat alone. Since the dishes are perfect for sharing with 2-3 persons, it is recommended to bring someone with you. Prices ranges from about Php 200.00 and up per dish.


All in all, my Shrimp Bucket experience is truly sumptuous! If my friends will look for a place to eat delicious seafood dishes, Shrimp Bucket for sure is recommended!

Shrimp Bucket
2nd Floor, IL Terrazo Bldg, Tomas Morato cor Scout Madrinan Street, Quezon City
Opening Hours: Everyday from 11AM - 11PM
(02) 550 2898
Air Conditioned ✔ | WiFi ✖ | Service Charge 

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