Ministry of Crab undertakes the responsibility to only serve the best catch of the day. When it comes to crabs, small, meatless, unevenly sized claws are unacceptable at the table.
Ministry of Crab is against frozen seafood. The freezers in our kitchen are used solely for storing food refuse until its ready for disposal.
All fish served at Ministry of Crab should be, and is, fresh enough to be served as sashimi.
Ingredients should be treated with the utmost respect, a technique which stems from Japanese culinary philosophies and practices. These same principles are employed at our sister Japanese restaurant – Nihonbashi.
The Ministry acknowledges the optional use of forks and knives. Specialised crab ‘cutlery’ is provided at the table. Eating with hands is recommended.
Ministry of Crab aims to be one of the lowest ‘food-mile’ restaurants in the world. Major ingredients aren’t imported. The furthest our produce travels is from Colombo to Mumbai.
Ministry of Crab is strongly against farmed crab. Crabs belong to the wild, and their availability on our menu is based on the day’s catch; often dictated by rainfall, strong winds, and ambient temperature.
We apologise in advance if the size of crab you desire is not available.
Ministry of Crab is proud to house its base in Mumbai at Zaveri House in Khar.
Split across three levels, the charm of the space and the aroma of the crab are sure to win you over.