The new eatery stands out because of their affordable buckets. Three kilos of mixed seafood will only cost you EGP 333.
Seafood is widely represented all over the world as this very rare, elegant and fancy food. But, this has never really been the case for how Egyptians view seafood. To us, a proper seafood meal is messy, fishy and more than plenty to go around. Looking to honour all of the aforementioned things is Shrimp Bay, hunty.
The seafood bucket at Shrimp Bay
The new eatery stands out because of their affordable af buckets. Three kilos of mixed seafood will only cost you EGP 333. That’s tons and tons of shrimps, crabs, calamari, lobsters and basically whatever fruits of the sea you could think of.
On Shrimp Bay’s menu, you’ll find tawagen, cuttlefish eggs, shrimp kofta, and fish fillet covered In mozzarella, as well as savers’ boxes ft. fries and crab sticks also covered in cheese and grilled grey mullet and sea bream. The spot also serves seafood, rice, pasta, soup and lobster and meal deals that include soup, salad and a side, in addition to clams and mussels.
The front of Shrimp Bay
Oh, and they also make on-the-go Egyptian-style fried fish, shrimp and calamari aka sobeit sandwiches in warm baladi bread – that really just end up being vehicles for endless mounds of tehina.
You can find Shrimp Bay in Rehab City by Gate 6 next to McDonald’s. For delivery, call them up on +2 011 116 48197.