The 8 Best Seafood Sets

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This wiki has been updated 26 times since it was first published in February of 2016. If you enjoy seafood, then you know just how messy things can get. But these sets offer a convenient way to prepare and serve shellfish, allowing you to focus on enjoying your meal. They come with lobster and crab crackers, long forks and scoops for getting every morsel out, and even butter warmers that make it easy to create an elegant dining experience. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Crabaholik Ultimate

2. Cutehom Shrimp Kit

3. CoZroom Tool Set

Editor's Notes

August 09, 2019:

Shellfish are tons of fun to eat, but they require special tools to open, which can be a pain. The sets we've picked out feature a variety of tools, all of which are designed specifically for extracting juicy meat from rock-hard exoskeletons. Some of these collections are substantial enough to accommodate a small dinner party, while others are perfect for one-on-one dinner dates. Among the tools in these sets, you'll find crackers, sauce cups, forks, scoops, and more, made from a variety of sturdy materials.

Due to fulfillment concerns, the Oxo Good Grips 27680 has been removed from the list. New additions include the Asibt 22-Piece and Crabaholik Ultimate, the former of which comes with rustic hammers for cracking tough shells. The latter set comes with multiple shell-opening tools in addition to ramekins with tea light slots for keeping butter warm through the meal.

4. New Star Foodservice 27983

5. Norpro 10972106508

6. Ratnik Eight-Piece

7. ASIBT 22-Piece

8. Oggi 5027.2

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