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"Let us go to the Krusty Krab," "Let us go to the Krusty Krab"

(an Unnamed Fish When He meets the Leader Plankton)

The Krusty Krab is a fast food restaurant in Bikini Bottom famous for serving Krabby Patties. It was turned into an ocean liner in The Krabbytanic. The Krusty Krab currently has over 600 million customers served worldwide. It's the 1st most successful restaurant in Bikini Bottom while Fancy! is in second place. It holds the The Krusty Awards every year (formerly every 4 years). The Krusty Krab's biggest order was 10,000 Krabby Patties, they were ordered by Plankton in order to exhaust SpongeBob so he could reveal secret Krabby Patty formula, but he failed.

Krusty Krab

The Krusty Krab is a fast food restaurant located in the city of Bikini Bottom, founded and owned by Eugene H. Krabs. It is the most popular restaurant in Bikini Bottom. Mr. Krabs loves money, and is openly concerned only with making money and because of this, he pays his employees very cheaply (but SpongeBob doesn't care), and sells his food for expensive prices.


The reason the restaurant is so popular is because of the Krabby Patty, a burger with a very top secret recipe, which has almost always been the signature Krusty Krab dish. Other Krusty Krab grub includes typical fast food products such as French fries and sodas, as well as underwater foods such as "Coral Bits" and "Kelp Rings."


All of these items make up the "Galley Grub", the food menu of the Krusty Krab. The Krusty Krab's employees include SpongeBob SquarePants as the fry cook and Squidward Tentacles as the cashier.


SpongeBob loves his job and is great at it, while Squidward hates his job and is terrible at it. The two employees work great together (according to SpongeBob) and terribly (according to Squidward); Squidward hates SpongeBob while SpongeBob thinks he is one of his best friends. The Krusty Krab's main business competitor is the Chum Bucket, owned by Sheldon J. Plankton, Mr. Krabs' worst enemy and former best friend.


While the Chum Bucket, the restaurant's only competitor usually fails, there have been some short times when the Chum Bucket was not failing. These infrequent short periods of time are the only times when the Krusty Krab has any competition. Stephen Hillenburg's original name for the Krusty Krab was the "Crusty Crab," but he decided that the intentional misspelling the "C"'s for "K's"  was funnier.


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The Krusty Krab
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The Krusty Krab
Industry Restaurant
Pirate ship (in "Grandpappy the Pirate")
Founder: Eugene H. Krabs
Location: *Conch Street (three meters to Diner) Downtown Bikini Bottom
Employment *SpongeBob SquarePants
Products
  • Jelly Patties
  • Coral Bits
  • Kelp Rings
  • Seafoam Soda
  • Cola
  • Lemon-Lime Soda
  • Krusty Combo
  • Krusty Deluxe
  • Seaweed Salad
  • Deluxe Krabby Patties, Yummy Bunz, and Wow! Soup (all three from Greasy Buffoons)
  • Double-Dipped Milkshake
  • Monster Krabby Patty
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty and Krabby Junior Junior, (both from Bubble Buddy)
Subsidaries: *Krusty Krab 2
First Appearance "Help Wanted"}}


The Krusty Krab is a restaurant in the city of Bikini Bottom in the animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. It is owned by Eugene H. Krabs. It is located in Conch Street.


The Krusty Krab usually has two employees: SpongeBob, the restaurant's fry cook, and Squidward, the restaurant's cashier. Both employees have difficulties with working together: Squidward hates SpongeBob, and SpongeBob in turn exacerbates the situation by remaining completely naive toward Squidward's spiteful attitude. The restaurant's menu consists of the usual fast-food products, with its specialty being Krabby Patties, similar to hamburgers in appearance. Plankton, the owner of the Krusty Krab's rival restaurant, The Chum Bucket, is always trying to find out the mystery ingredients of the Krabby Patty. Somehow, the Krabby Patty secret formula will never be revealed, but only to SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs. 


The Krusty Krab is a popular fast food restaurant located in Bikini Bottom, famous for serving the legendary Krabby Patty. The restaurant is currently owned and operated by Eugene H. Krabs and has two employees: SpongeBob SquarePants (cook, waiter) and Squidward Tentacles (cashier, waiter). The Krabby Patty recipe remains a secret to anyone but Mr. Krabs himself. Aside from the Krabby Patty, the restaurant also sells typical fast food products, such as French fries and sodas.


The Krusty Krab is the best restaurant in the Bikini Bottom, Eugene H. Krabs owns The Krusty Krab. SpongeBob and Squidward work there, The place has a Secret Formula that Plankton had always want to steal.Template:Use mdy dates

Krusty Krab
Type Restaurant
Headquarters Bikini Bottom
Industry Fast-food restaurant
Food
Hospitality (formerly) (in the episode, Krusty Towers)
Parent Chum Bucket

The Krusty Krab is a fictional fast food restaurant in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. It was founded by Mr. Krabs (who is also the owner), and is famous for its Krabby Patty burgers. The restaurant was first seen in the pilot episode "Help Wanted" and has since become a common setting in the series. Aside from SpongeBob SquarePants, the Krusty Krab has also appeared in the show's two film adaptations, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004) and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015), and in other related media.


Role in SpongeBob SquarePants

The Krusty Krab is a restaurant that sells various fast food products at extraordinarily high prices, including the popular Krabby Patty burgers.[1] The Krusty Krab took its name from the Rusty Krab, a retirement home in Bikini Bottom acquired by Mr. Krabs and converted into a restaurant.[2] However, another episode claims that it got its name from a pirate ship named the Krusty Krab, which Mr. Krabs also owned.[3] The Krusty Krab is one of the most successful restaurants in Bikini Bottom.[2] The Krabby Patty formula is a closely guarded trade secret, and rival restaurateur Plankton's futile attempts at acquiring the secret formula (as well as the often absurd lengths Mr. Krabs will go to protect it) is a major recurring theme throughout the series. The Krusty Krab usually attracts customers from Bikini Bottom because of the Krabby Patty's renowned taste and the fact that Plankton's restaurant, the Chum Bucket, has a menu consisting of mostly inedible chum.[4] Because of this lack of viable competition, Mr. Krabs is free to engage in price gouging, which he usually does.[5] It was noted that the Krusty Krab is clean and disease-free.[6] The characters of SpongeBob SquarePants and Squidward Tentacles work at the restaurant as fry cook and cashier, respectively; Patrick Star works at the Krusty Krab in some occasions.


Development

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Stephen Hillenburg's original name for the Krusty Krab was the "Crusty Crab," but he thought the K's were funnier. The building's design is based on a New England lobster trap.Template:Citation needed


Cultural influence

The Krusty Krab has appeared in Robot Chicken in its episode "Major League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" where the Krusty Krab serves Krabby Patties which are made of crab, calamari rings, and chicken of the sea salad which is tuna. In an episode of Red Sox Small Talk, John Ferrell was featured and was fielded with "tough" questions like "What is your favorite musician?" and "Is managing the Red Sox like managing the Krusty Krab on SpongeBob SquarePants?"[7] He replied that "managing the Krusty Krab and the Red Sox are similar in some ways."[8][9] A replica of the Krusty Krab was built in Ramallah, Palestine.[10][11]


Merchandising

In 2006, Lego released the Lego SpongeBob SquarePants set based on the Krusty Krab.[12] The second Krusty Krab based Lego set called the "Krusty Krab Adventures" was released in 2009.[13][14]


References


Further reading


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Design and features

The Krusty Krab building has a wooden chassis with glass windows. There is a large clam-shaped sign in front of the building (featuring the words "THE KRUSTY KRAB" in red). There are also five international maritime signal flags above the front door. The restaurant has no section designated as a parking lot, although customers may park their boatmobiles right in front of the building.


The interior consists of one main eating area, along with the kitchen, restrooms, and Mr. Krabs' office in separate rooms at the back of the building. The tables are made out of sailing ship steering wheels, with barrels serving as chairs. The order station is located next to the kitchen door; this is where the cash register is and the cashier works. Orders are taken by the cashier and given to the kitchen through a small window on the wall. The kitchen has a grill for cooking patties. It is also used to store the ingredients for use in the future.


The restroom is located on the far back right of the dining room. It has some urinals, toilets, and sinks.


Mr. Krabs' office features a money safe, a sea trunk converted into a desk, a few chairs, pictures, and money on the wall. There is also a door leading directly to the kitchen. Unconfirmed rumors say that the Krabby Patty secret recipe is hidden somewhere in the office.

Menu

  • Krabby Patty - $1.25
    • w/ sea cheese - $1.50
  • Double Krabby Patty - $2.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $2.25
  • Triple Krabby Patty - $3.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $3.25
  • Coral Bits
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50
  • Kelp Rings - $1.50
    • salty sauce - $0.50
  • Krabby Meal - $3.50
  • Double Krabby Meal - $3.75
  • Triple Krabby Meal - $4.00
  • Salty Sea Dog - $1.25
  • Footlong - $2.00
  • Sailors Surprise - $3.00
  • Golden Loaf - $2.00
    • w/ sauce - $2.50
  • Kelp Shake - $2.00
  • Seafoam Soda
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50


Temporary owners and/or operators

While Mr. Krabs has owned and operated the Krusty Krab personally for most of its history, there also times when he relinquished control:

  • In the episode "Our Temporary Manager, Mr. SquarePants!", Krabs was taken ill (he was later diagnosed with "extreme stress") and had to stay in hospital. He designated SpongeBob as Temporary Manager. SpongeBob proceeded to hire Patrick as cook and took a hands-off approach to management, preferring to let everything run its course naturally. As it turned, Patrick was not a good cook, producing Krabby Patties of erratic quality. Squidward, being the one who served the food, was subjected to verbal abuse from angry customers who proceeded to leave the restaurant. At Squidward's urging, SpongeBob fired Patrick and declared Squidward the new Temporary Manager; he remained in this position until Krabs' return a week later.


Temporary employees

While the Krusty Krab's most well-known and longest-serving employees are SpongeBob and Squidward, the restaurant has also employed others:

  • In the episode "Our Temporary Manager, Mr. SquarePants!", Patrick Star was hired as cook for the duration of SpongeBob's stint as Temporary Manager (Mr. Krabs had fallen ill, forcing a stay in the hospital, and designated SpongeBob as Temporary Manager). Patrick's inconsistency in cooking Krabby Patties - resulting in both good and horribly bad Krabby Patties - forced SpongeBob, at the urging of Squidward, to fire him before his own resignation in favor of Squidward.

Employees

Owner


Major Employees

  • Cashy - Just a cash register. Holds the money 


Minor/Temporary Employees

  • Patrick Star - Waiter, sign holder, replacement Fry Cook, The Falling Fool and Security Guard.
  • Patricia - waitress,janitor,fryer(it was really Patrick) 
  • Karen the Computer once worked at the Krusty Krab because Plankton was treating her unfairly. She changed the Krusty Krab for worse and was fired. 
  • Mr. Le Schnook - came to the Krusty Krab during the exchange program in Le Big Switch and puts the Krusty Krab in bankruptcy, due to his demands for expensive fancy stuff. 
  • Stanley S. SquarePants - SpongeBob's cousin who worked as a cashier, fry cook,waiter and other positions but manager to destroy everything. He was traded to work at the Chum Bucket and blew it up as part of Krabs plan.

Regular Customers


Company History

The Krusty Krab is known for being established to sell the Krabby Patty burger. The Krabby Patty was invented by King Krabs, an ancestor of restaurant-founder Eugene H. Krabs as mentioned in the episode, "Dunces and Dragons". The recipe was kept secret for over 800 years. After the war, Eugene H. Krabs stayed secluded in a deep depression that seemed endless. He inherited his family's secret recipe for the Krabby Patty. Krabs was also a financial wizard, which made his business successful. 

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The building is known to have been converted from a retirement home known as the "Rusty Krab." Krabs merely painted a "K" in front of the word "Rusty," thus leading to the name "Krusty Krab", as mentioned in the episode, "Krusty Krab Training Video". SpongeBob is the first employee of the Krusty Krab to take a break since the Chum Famine of 59', mentioned in the episode Hooky. The Krusty Krab was almost run out of business from a minor competitor known as the Shell Shack, and once from SpongeBob's short-lived Pretty Patties stand. It also faces continual problems from its main competitor, the Chum Bucket and its owner, Plankton


Stephen Hillenburg's original name for the Krusty Krab was the "Crusty Crab," but he thought the K's were funnier.
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Today, the Krusty Krab uses the latest achievements in fast food technology. Modernization is the heart of the Krusty Krab. As mentioned in the episode, Krusty Krab Training Video Some examples of this technology are as follows:


  • Spatula: An advanced patty-control mechanism.


  • Cash register: An automated money-handling system.


  • Ice Cubes: Imported high-quality temperature devices. 


  • Straws: Prototype liquid transfer machines.


  • Ketchup packets: State of the art condiment dispersal units.


Changes

In the episode SB-129, the entire Krusty Krab is spray painted in Chrome in the future and it has a built-in time machine. The only things that are not Chrome is a door hinge from the freezer door and the inside of the time machine. In the episode "Bossy Boots", Mr. Krabs hires Pearl to help the Krusty Krab while she is on summer break. With the help of SpongeBob, she changed the Krusty Krab into The Kuddly Krab. It is a Teen Hangout restaurant, which sold only tea and salad. The floor was made of carpet, and there were stuffed animals and other cuddly knickknacks as decorations. 


The business failed because Pearl wanted to be fired, as she felt that it cut too much into her social life. SpongeBob took all the decorations home for one year's salary and the Krusty Krab went back to normal. In the episode "Squilliam Returns", Mr. Krabs lets Squidward temporarily transform the Krusty Krab into a fancy 5-Star restaurant. It was created so that Squidward could impress his highly successful unibrowed rival, Squilliam Fancyson. This plan failed due to SpongeBob's loss of memory and subsequent temporary insanity, which caused him to tear up the restaurant.


In the episode Le Big Switch, a French "exchange chef" from the Fancy! restaurant becomes the cook at the Krusty Krab, and the Krusty Krab is transformed into a five-star French bistro, where Mr. Krabs is ecstatic because he can sell minuscule portions for very expensive prices, including a putrid dish which can only lose its stench by shredding gold on top of it. The French chef does this, much to Mr. Krabs disapproval. Squidward is also very happy because SpongeBob became an exchange chef and went to the Fancy! restaurant where his Krabby Patties were a huge hit even though it was not the type of cuisine suited for the Fancy! restaurant. 


Eventually the Krusty Krab bistro goes out of business (they barely had any customers and Mr. Krabs even had to sell Squidward), but in the end SpongeBob brings all the Fancy! customers, who were demanding Krabby Patties to the Krusty Krab, bringing business back to normal. In the episode "Selling Out", Mr. Krabs was offered a large sum of money to sell the Krusty Krab. He accepted the deal and retired. The new management, the Blandy Franchising Company transformed the Krusty Krab into the Krabby O Mondays. It was a diner that generated Krabby Patties by machine. However, the secret ingredient was gray sludge. When Mr. Krabs took a job here as a result of retirement-boredom, he found this secret and eventually the diner was destroyed. 


Then Blandy sold it back to Mr. Krabs for full price. In the episode "Skill Crane", Mr. Krabs adds a Skill Crane game to attract "paying costumers". In the episode "Wishing You Well", Mr. Krabs adds the Eugene Krabs Memorial Wishing Well.

In the episode "Krusty Towers," Mr. Krabs transformed the restaurant into a hotel in order to gain more profits. He created the Krusty Towers, which was a 17-story hotel that included an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool, a lobby, guest elevator, and an employee elevator (actually a staircase.) 


The Hotel was later destroyed when Patrick Star dived into a swimming pool (it was actually an oversize bathtub) and the swimming pool cracked and got destroyed, and the entire tower got destroyed, with the exception of the top floor (the actual Krusty Krab) In the episode "Driven to Tears", Mr. Krabs added a drive-thru to the restaurant because there were a lot of people "on the go" those days. However, the drive-thru is not seen in later episodes. In the episode "Krabs a la Mode", the restaurant is converted into an indoor ice rink, and later a swimming pool, all the while keeping its restaurant status. Plankton turned the thermostat down to bug Mr. Krabs, but success came soon after when the people went skating on frozen patties.


In the episode "Mermaidman vs SpongeBob", Mr. Krabs makes the Krusty Krab Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy themed. The restaurant then included a ball pit and had Krabby kids’ meals with a Mermaid Man figure and a Barnacle Boy eraser. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy also visited, but Plankton made Mermaid Man say he preferred the Chum Bucket over the Krusty Krab in front of the whole restaurant. In the episode, "The Krusty Sponge", Mr. Krabs, after receiving a review via the television from Gene Scallop, added more sponginess to the Krusty Krab and renamed it the The Krusty Sponge Restaurant


He added a train around it. But then the soiled yellow "Spongy Patties" caused Mr. Krabs to be arrested. However, he made a deal with Judge Horace A. Whopper, which was to have Squidward give him train rides on the train. In the episode, "Grandpappy the Pirate", Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward transform the Krusty Krab in a pirate ship to impress Mr. Krab's grandfather. After his Grandpa almost discovers the truth, Mr. Krabs tells the truth by destroying the ship. In Jellyfish Hunter he added the jelly patty to the menu and put a sign out in the front of the Krusty Krab to try to get people to buy them.


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Features

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Like the other buildings in Bikini Bottom, the Krusty Krab does not have a constant floor plan. In most episodes, the Krusty Krab's floor plan consists of the main eating area (front part of building), Mr. Krabs' office (back left of building), bathrooms (back right of building) and the kitchen (back center of building). The kitchen features a back door which leads to the dumpster, a walk-in freezer, and a door leading to Mr. Krabs' office. Next to the restroom there is a storage closet, as seen in Imitation Krabs


In addition, the Krusty Krab has a two-story ceiling. The kitchen, restrooms, and Mr. Krabs' office are all one-story. On top of these three rooms is a storage area, as seen in most episodes. Also, in one episode it was shown that there is a Patty Vault and a Krabby Patty burning furnace in the kitchen which contains a supply of pre-made Krabby Patties. There is also a vat full of tartar sauce in the kitchen in "Imitation Krabs." In SB-129, the future Krusty Krab has a similar, yet somewhat different layout. 


The walk-in freezer is still the same, but there is a door to the right of it, which could be the back door. There is a hallway with a can-opener and a time machine, which is behind the far right door. Another door leads to the main eatery area, although it was never shown. The building's design is based on a New England lobster trap. There are two LEGO SpongeBob SquarePants sets based on the Krusty Krab. In the front, the Krusty Krab has a parking area, even though cars are usually not seen in it, as well as 5 flags on the roof of the Krusty Krab. 


These flags spell out R, I, U, K. In the back of the Krusty Krab, a dumpster is seen in most episodes. (One episode featured the dumpster across the street.) Inside Mr. Krabs' office, on his desk sits a Bikini Bottom Bell Telephone that is chrome in color, and is corded. It has a mechanical bell ringer, and has no dial pad. It does have what may be a rotary dial with no numbers. This is seen seldom.


Despite Mr Krabs cheapness, several episodes show the Krusty Krab has several pieces of state of the art technology, its also shown on several occasions to have many secret passages and secret rooms, for example there is a secret trap door opened by turning the mustache on on of Mr Krabs picture, that leads to a tunnel under the floor, leading to another trap door, next to the exit (Gullible Pants).


In some episodes there is a Salad Bar, but in Fools in April, there is an Utensil Stand.


Its also shown to have a telescopic platform (Spy Business, Whelk Attack), and a subterranean network of tunnels and air vents (Truth or Square), it is also shown to have a surveillance room, where Mr Krabs monitor cameras he has illegally in several peoples houses (Truth or Square) and an emergency meeting room (Chum Bucket Supreme)


It has a storage room as seen in Accidents Will Happen. Other features include such as Krusty Krab Stand, Krusty Krab's Videoroom, Krusty Krab's Air Vents, Wishing Well, Drive-thru, Patty Vault, and Trash Room.


Business hours

The Krusty Krab is usually open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday through Saturday, except on Tuesdays which it stays open until 8:00 p.m. On Sundays, the Krusty Krab is usually closed, although in "Squid's Day Off" it was open on Sunday, but SpongeBob and Squidward forgot to change the "CLOSED" sign to "OPEN". The restaurant was once open for 24 hours a day for at least 43 days, as a result of Plankton's plan to keep the Chum Bucket open 23 hours a day. It is uncertain how long the streak lasted after the 43 days because Mr. Krabs was too tired to remember. 


After SpongeBob had a mental breakdown due to exhaustion, and Plankton's plan was thwarted, the Krusty Krab was open for 23 hours a day. It's assumed that the Krusty Krab returned to its usual hours, since later episodes show the employees closing at 12:00 a.m. In "New Digs", a rule is shown that all employees must arrive on the premises and be punched in by 8:00 a.m. As shown in the episode "Graveyard Shift," the Krusty Krab was opened for night shifts for at least one night, because of a comment from a customer to Mr. Krabs saying that he would pay money for a Krabby Patty at night.


In Fear of a Krabby Patty, SpongeBob, Krabs, and Squidward were open for 43 days straight by a plan made by Plankton to exhaust SpongeBob by making him cook 10,000 Krabby Patties.


Advertising and marketing

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Mr. Krabs has various methods in advertising the Krusty Krab. The Company's slogan is "Come spend your money here." Besides having a large sign nearby the building to advertise to road travelers, the Krusty Krab is featured on billboards throughout Sand Mountain. Mr. Krabs once filmed a television commercial in order to gain customers. Squidward was the director at first, but then Mr. Krabs directed it to save money since Squidward's commercial plans were too expensive. Mr. Krabs got a prime time special to run the 90-second commercial, at 3:28 AM. The commercial featured Pearl (playing Amy) and Squidward (in a wig, playing Jenny) as teenagers getting their first Krabby Patty served by Mr. Krabs


It only showed SpongeBob's pants by the grill and forehead inside the kitchen window. Even from this, he was excited to be in the commercial. See episode: "As Seen on TV". Another commercial was a Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy cartoon. In it, Man Ray was going to saw them in half. Then, Barnacle Boy said, "He's unstoppable like the delicious taste of a Krabby Kid's Meal." Man Ray then stopped the machine and took the Krabby Kid's Meal to eat it. He was also tied up. See episode: "Mermaidman vs SpongeBob


Mr. Krabs always tries to find ways to get more customers, by trying to have an addition to the Krusty Krab. His additions are usually cheap and junky. One example is Krabby Land Park, where kids can have fun. It had a slide (which broke down), hose land (hoses over a stick), and other junky playground equipment. He built it so that kids would come and buy Krabby Patties since they were hanging out at the new playground instead. Another occasion is when he built the Wishing Well, in order for customers to just "give up their money for a wish." But SpongeBob and Patrick "found the magic" and everyone's wishes came true. 


In the episode short "The Endless Summer," Mr. Krabs attempts to pollute the environment in order for the temperature to rise, thereby having an endless summer. He did this so he could charge people to use the "Krusty Pool." In the episode "Driven to Tears," Mr. Krabs transforms the Krusty Krab into a drive-through since Patrick had a new boat mobile (similar to a car). Another way Mr. Krabs tries to attract customers is to hold social events in the Krusty Krab. In "Culture Shock," Mr. Krabs held "The Squidward Tentacles Talent Show" and in Squirrel Jokes, Mr. Krabs held a comedy show called The Komedy Krab. In No Hat For Pat, Patrick was the Falling Fool and sign holder.


A Krabby Patty Jingle commercial was seen in Truth or Square. In the episode Tentacle Vision, Mr. Krabs tries to advertise the Krusty Krab by being one of the many people to ruin Squidward's show. He sang an "Eat at the Krusty Krab" song, that soon drew Sandy into the show.


In A pal for Gary the Krusty Krab has a no pet policy.


In Krabby Kronicle, Mr. Krabs published an ad in the The Examiner. Then he created the official newspaper called the Krabby Kronicle.


In Chum Caverns Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob put a Krusty Krab Stand into the Chum Caverns.


Slogan


Menu

The Krusty Krab had various Menus.


Pickles & Krusty Krab Training Video and Grandpappy the Pirate


Krabby Patty....$2.00

Krusty Combo....$3.99

Krusty Deluxe...$3.00


Sides

Seaweed Salad...$1.50

Coral Bits......$1.95


Bossy Boots (Kuddly Krab Menu)


Salad...$2.00

Tea.....$1.00


Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V


Krabby Patty..........$1.25

 W/cheese............$1.50

Double Krabby Patty...$2.00

 W/cheese............$2.25

Triple Krabby Patty...$3.00

 W/cheese............$3.25

Coral Bits

 Small...............$1.00

 Medium..............$1.25

 Large...............$1.50

Kelp Rings............$1.50

Salty Sauce...........50¢

Krabby Meal...........$3.50

Double Krabby Meal....$3.75

Triple Krabby Meal....$4.00

Salty Sea Dog.........$1.25

Sailors Surprise......$3.00

Golden Loaf...........$2.00

 W/Sauce.............$2.50

KelpShake............$2.00

Sea foam Soda

 Small...............$1.00

 Medium..............$1.25

 Large...............$1.50

Sequin Milkshake......$2.00


Krabby Land


Krabby Patty.........2.99

w/cheese.............3.99

Krabby Combo.........3.99

Kiddie Meal..........1.99 (was changed to 4.99 on the first day of summer)   

Fries................2.99


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The food served at the Krusty Krab consists of its specialty, the world-famous Krabby Patty burgers, as well as a host of other meals off the Galley Grub, with food ranging from Kelp Fries to Coral Bits to Dr. Kelp (derived from the Dr Pepper soft drink) and more, including Silly Meals. This is enough evidence that the menu is similar to that of Checkers Drive-In, McDonald's or Burger King/Hungry Jack's. They have also sold pizzas ("Pizza Delivery") and a once-free salad bar (now $1) at times. The Krusty Krab menu is always featured differently in different episodes. The Krusty Krab also serves French fries, but only in some episodes.


Galley Grub

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The Galley Grub is the menu of the Krusty Krab. The menu is shown differently at times. The menus contain meals, sides, and beverages. The Krabby Patty is present on every menu ever shown. The Captain Olaf's Special maybe a parody of Count Olaf; a character from the book series: A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket.


Owner

The owner of the Krusty Krab has always been Eugene H. Krabs. However, ownership changed in "Patty Hype" when Mr. Krabs gave SpongeBob the restaurant temporarily. In "The Algae's Always Greener," if Plankton were successful, he would be owner of the Krusty Krab. Howard Blandy bought the Krusty Krab in "Selling Out" but he sold it back to Krabs at the end of the episode. 


Full-time

There are two full time employees, SpongeBob, who is mainly the fry cook, and Squidward Tentacles who is mainly the cashier.


Squidward Tentacles is the oldest known employee. He works full-time as the head cashier in most episodes. Squidward was the fry cook in "Bubble Buddy" during SpongeBob's day off, and in "Pickles" when SpongeBob lost his confidence. His 'on time percentage' is twelve percent.


SpongeBob SquarePants is the third oldest known employee. He works full-time as the fry cook of the restaurant. SpongeBob has janitorial duties as well. SpongeBob was a temporary cashier when Squidward was put in charge of the Krusty Krab in "Squid's Day Off". He was hired by Squidward as a waiter in "Squilliam Returns". SpongeBob was the Parking Lot Litter Patrol in "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler." He was also the bellhop of the Krusty Towers in "Krusty Towers". He was also the money-retriever for the well in "Wishing You Well". In addition, he was hired as manager of the Krusty Krab 2 in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie." His 'on time percentage' is one hundred percent. He is 'Vice Assistant General Manager in charge of certain things', as revealed in Stanley S. SquarePants.

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Temporary

There are eleven temporary employees and one whose employment status is unknown. These jobs were available due to increase sales, a change in the actual type of business, and a strike.


  • Patrick Star joined the "Krusty Crew" as a waiter in the episode "Big Pink Loser," quitting after the episode. He was hired at the Krusty Krab in the episode "Arrgh!," only to be immediately fired. In addition, he was hired by Squidward as a hat-taker in "Squilliam Returns" when Squidward took over the restaurant to impress Squilliam. In "Bummer Vacation," he took over for SpongeBob as fry cook, while he was on vacation. Also In That's No Lady, while disguised as Patricia, Patrick was the waiter/waitress of the Krusty Krab. In "Banned in Bikini Bottom," Patrick worked as the bouncer to the secret Krusty Krab. In No Hat For Pat he was the 'Falling Fool' until he failed to land in the bucket of sea urchins and was fired for it. He came up with the slogan 'Krabby Patties are Fum'. He worked for security in Truth or Square?



  • Pearl Krabs was the creator and the idealist for the Kuddly Krab in the summer. She is now off to bigger and better things.


  • Three teenagers were given jobs after SpongeBob and Squidward Tentacles went on strike, leaving both their positions available. It is unknown what the third teenager's job is, since there are only two jobs at the Krusty Krab. He may have been waiter or bus boy.


  • Jim, also known as the Original Fry Cook In the episode "The Original Fry Cook" and he worked in the early years of the Krusty Krab. He was, and still is a very good friend of Squidward. He wowed everyone with his burgers when he visited many years after he quit.


  • Karen the Computer once worked at the Krusty Krab because Plankton was treating her unfairly. She changed the Krusty Krab for worse and was fired.


  • Mr. Le Schnook came to the Krusty Krab during the exchange program in "Le Big Switch" and puts the Krusty Krab in bankruptcy, due to his demands for expensive fancy stuff.


  • Stanley S. SquarePants - SpongeBob's cousin who took over for Squidward for 2 days in "Stanley S. SquarePants."



  • Poppy Puff - served as the cashier for a whole summer. She is SpongeBob's boating teacher, and is easily annoyed by him. At first she was yelled at a lot by Mr. Krabs, but then they grew soft on each other and they started dating. By the end of the summer Squidward was back. Mr. Krabs and Mrs. Puff shared their last date together and Mr. Krabs has never loved another girl.


Employee Information

Payment

Throughout the entire series, the amount Mr. Krabs pays his employees varies. According to SpongeBob in Big Pink Loser, when he started working Mr. Krabs charged him $100 an hour, but when Patrick began working he charged him $50 an hour. It is unclear whether SpongeBob and Squidward get different pay, but in many episodes it is almost clear how much they get paid. In "Squeaky Boots," SpongeBob's paycheck consists of an envelope of money. In "Dying for Pie," Squidward mentions that he gets paid at minimum wage. In "Bossy Boots," when Mr. Krabs attempts to get rid of all the stuff he bought for the Kuddly Krab, he sells them to SpongeBob for one year’s salary. 


This includes music, carpet, furniture, and stuffed animals. In "Skill Crane," Mr. Krabs gives SpongeBob and Squidward their paychecks, which consists of an envelope of money for SpongeBob and a bag of quarters for Squidward. In "Bummer Vacation", Mr. Krabs holds up a dime and SpongeBob says that is more than what he makes in a year. It is confirmed that payday is not on Monday. In Squid on Strike, SpongeBob's salary was to pay Mr. Krabs. At the end of Welcome to the Chum Bucket, SpongeBob said he worked all day for free. 


The amount that Mr. Krabs pays his employees seemingly decreases throughout the series. This could be a possible money value change in Bikini Bottom or Mr. Krabs becoming more cheap. It is important to note that SpongeBob's claims in "Bummer Vacation" that he earns less than a quarter every year have been contradicted at least twice throughout the series. For example, in the episode "One Krab's Trash," SpongeBob is able to produce $5.68 in order to buy a soda drinking hat. Also, in "Skill Crane," on payday, Mr. Krabs produces a large bag of quarters for Squidward, rather than just the one.SpongeBob also once claim he did not even get paid real money but Mr Krabs paid him in fake " wacky dollars "


Inspection

Krusty Krab employees have surprise uniform inspections at any time. The requirements to pass include: Must have nametag on, must be clean, and must be shaven. If an employee does not pass inspection, they have to wear a stinky boot for the rest of the day.


Training

Employees follow a carefully organized code, which is known as "POOP:" People Order Our Patties. Employees are required to maintain personal hygiene. They must scrub their hands thoroughly. Get under their fingernails, scrub the knuckles, and have squeaky clean palms. In addition, shoes must be polished, face must be clear of any blemishes or boils, and hair must be neat and tidy. The work station of the employee must be tidy and free of droppings. They need to keep supplies clean and organized. Employees must be aware of an emergency situation. They must watch out for Plankton. In the episode Krusty Krab Training Video, SpongeBob runs around destroying everything in a panic while Plankton is about to get away.


Customers

The Krusty Krab is one of the most successful restaurants in Bikini Bottom. It usually attracts customers (referred to as "Krustomers") from Bikini Bottom because it's cheap, has the good food, and Mr. Krabs is less cruel than his rival counterpart Sheldon J. Plankton. It is here where the customer always comes first and it is the customers who keep the restaurant afloat. In fact, there's even a POOP (People Order Our Patties) policy. When King Neptune accused and froze Mr. Krabs, the customers abandoned the restaurant and were lured into the Chum Bucket and then into evil, under the hands of Sheldon J. Plankton. There have also been times when the customers have abandoned the restaurant due to minor incidents. Regulars here include Patrick Star, Sandy Cheeks, Larry the Lobster, Mrs. Puff, Scooter,Nat, Harold, Fred, Tom, Mermaid Man, Barnacle Boy, and others.


Additional Locations

The Krusty Krab had only one location until Mr. Krabs opened a second restaurant, the Krusty Krab 2, located next to the original. Mr. Krabs was inspired by money, as he has said in an interview with Perch Perkins of the Bikini Bottom News. Mr. Krabs held a grand opening ceremony regarding the opening of this new location. Episodes shown after the movie was released, The Krusty Krab 2 is not there. Also Mr. Krabs converted SpongeBob's home into the The Secret Krusty Krab after Mrs. Grisslepuss had banned Krabby Patties for being fun and delicious. And then got arrested by Mrs. Grisslepuss and her husband and then set free she tasted the good and deliciousness of a Krabby Patty.


Competition

The Chum Bucket, owned by Sheldon J. Plankton, a competitor, is across the street. The Krusty Krab is far more successful than the Chum Bucket due primarily to the good food of the Krusty Krab, but also to the cruelty of Plankton to other residents of Bikini Bottom. Plankton has consistently tried to steal the "secret recipe" for the Krabby Patty so as to duplicate it and gain more customers, but he was always unsuccessful, until he gained control of the Krabby Patty secret formula (and the minds of Bikini Bottom's citizens) with his "Plan Z" in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie


The Shell Shack is mentioned by Tom and Fred in one episode, "Patty Hype," because it has atmosphere and a talking/singing dog. The Shell Shack is likely the Krusty Krab's main competition. also, the Pretty Patties store was quite popular and could be said as 'Short time Competition. A fancy restaurant called: Fancy! is featured in a few episodes, yet probably is not to much of a competition to the Krusty Krab because only rich people can afford to eat there, with prices ranging from $100 to $100,000. Howard Blandy Franchising probably have some restaurants throughout Bikini Bottom. In the episode Best Frenemies, another restaurant competed with The Krusty Krab called Kelpshake. The Kelpshake restaurants expanded all across Bikini Bottom but were promptly shut down when their Kelpshake products turned out to be toxic. In The Masterpiece, The Sea Chicken Shack is yet another competitor to the Krusty Krab. Even though the place is an "absolute dump", the only highlight of the restaurant is a statue of their mascot, Mr. Sea Chicken that kids are allowed to climb and/or play on. Mr. Krabs responded to this by making Squidward make a statue of him. Unfortunately, the first one was unsafe to play on, so SpongeBob decided to paint Mr. Krabs gold and allow kids to play on him. 

In The Other Patty a new competitor called Flabby Patty was known for selling Patties which Mr.Krabs decided to steal the formula versing Plankton.


Krabby Kronicle

The Krabby Kronicle is a newspaper full of juicy lies created by Mr. Krabs.


Destruction and Abuse

Destruction

  • Employee of the Month: SpongeBob and Squidward's excessively competitive battle for Employee of the Month leads to them making thousands of Krabby Patties, causing the Krusty Krab to become pressurized, like an aero plane cabin. Eventually, a massive decompression causes the restaurant to explode.


  • Suds: SpongeBob's case of the suds leads to one massive sneeze near the Krusty Krab, which leaves the restaurant in pieces.


  • Squid on Strike: SpongeBob takes Squidward's advice regarding trade union action too seriously, and "dismantles the establishment."


  • Skill Crane: Squidward was not as skilled with a real crane as he was with the Skill Crane. When he tried to control the real crane, he destroyed the Krusty Krab.


  • Selling Out: The computer screen that clogged the processed Krabby Patty machine made the restaurant (then known as the Krabby O Mondays) explode.


  • Krusty Towers: Patrick does a cannonball in the pool inside Squidward's hotel room and the Krusty Towers implodes pancake-style, leaving only the original Krusty Krab standing.


  • Texas: When Sandy is pulling SpongeBob (and SpongeBob is trying to open the door to the Krusty Krab) the whole front of the Krusty Krab eventually gets pulled off.


  • The Krusty Plate: SpongeBob puts forth immense effort to clean a smudge off of a dish, eventually resorting to a high-powered cleaning device that, at maximum power, explodes with the force of a hydrogen bomb, leaving the Krusty Krab in ruins. The dish was clean, but Mr. Krabs, who had come to the scene when he noticed what was going on, angrily chases SpongeBob around what used to be the Krusty Krab.


  • Spy Buddies: When Patrick is shot from cannon in an attempt by Mr. Krabs to destroy Plankton's blimp (with SpongeBob still on it), which succeeds, the blimp catches on fire and crashes into the Krusty Krab, destroying it.


  • Pat No Pay: Patrick destroys the Krusty Krab by jamming the Trash Compactor with Mr. Krabs' money bag.




  • Dying for Pie: SpongeBob trips on a rock and throws a pie (which is really a flavored bomb) at Squidward's face. The bomb is about as strong as an atomic bomb, and the entire town is destroyed and it also destroyed Mr. Krabs' office at the beginning of the episode.


  • Wormy: As Bikini Bottom residents try to escape the "monster," the whole town is mistakenly destroyed by citizens that are attempting to escape Wormy.



  • SpongeHenge: While SpongeBob and Squidward are still at work, the wind gets much worse, blowing away the entire exterior of the restaurant, leaving only the floor. The wind later shoves the Krusty Krab into the sand, in which SpongeBob has a meltdown. Scene then cuts to 3,000 years later when the aliens discover the SpongeBob stones.


  • Just One Bite: Squidward eats too many Krabby Patties all in single bites, and his thighs explode. 


  • Slide Whistle Stooges: Squidward drives a gas truck while playing his slide whistle and plows through the Krusty Krab.


  • Chum Caverns: The Krusty Krab goes underground when Plankton and Mr. Krabs Keep digging until The Krusty Krab was Underground.



  • Drive Thru: After Mr. Krabs implants too many holes on the walls to make more drive-through windows, the entire restaurant collapses.




Abuse/Shutdown

  • Help Wanted: The anchovies run rampant in the Krusty Krab and tear down the beams that support the edifice.


  • Your Shoe's Untied: SpongeBob punches both his feet through the floorboards and drags them to the kitchen in order to avoid Patrick seeing him with his shoes untied.


  • Plankton's Army: A robotic customer made by Plankton enters the Krusty Krab to buy some coral bits and then it burns the Krusty Krab's front door with lasers to get out. 


  • Dying for Pie: Mr. Krabs takes a piece of the aforementioned bomb pie (see above) and trips while on his way to get a glass of milk. The tiny piece destroys a wall in Mr. Krabs' office, injuring himself along with Squidward.


  • Just One Bite: Squidward sneaks into the Krusty Krab late at night to eat Krabby Patties in the Patty Vault. On doing so, he sets off the restaurant's security system (which is a bucket of "water" dropping to the floor). Squidward scoffs at this until he realizes that the liquid is not water, but gasoline. Just then, a robotic hand holding a lit match comes out and drops the match, igniting Squidward and a section of the Krusty Krab. This immediately happens again when Squidward enters the kitchen. This scene was cut out from the episode because it encouraged kids to light fires. 


  • Squilliam Returns: When SpongeBob cannot remember his name, his brain has fine dining overload and he goes crazy, tearing down the decorations in Squidward's "5-star restaurant" and leaving the Krusty Krab a mess.


  • Culture Shock: When Pearl is doing her cheerleading routine, she jumps up and down, causing the Krusty Krab tables to go flying in the air.


  • Krusty Krab Training Video: Plankton enters the Krusty Krab to steal the secret formula. SpongeBob reacts by running around, screaming, and knocking down every table.


  • Krab Borg: The customers, in fear of the world being taken over by robots, run through the windows of the Krusty Krab, breaking them.


  • Big Pink Loser: When Patrick celebrates his accomplishment of removing the lid from a jar, he spikes the jar into the kitchen floor (similar to the way a football player does following a touchdown), making a hole in the floorboards. Later, SpongeBob breaks several dishes when he slips on the wet floor. Since Patrick is copying SpongeBob in the episode, he also drops dishes.


  • Squeaky Boots: Mr. Krabs goes to retrieve the boots from under the floorboard. In doing so, he violently lifts the entire Krusty Krab restaurant, finds the boots, and then lets the restaurant slam to the ground.


  • SB-129: When Squidward wants to travel back in time, he uses the future Krusty Krab's time machine. When the time machine departs, a whole chunk of the Krusty Krab is used as the machine.


  • Best Day Ever: The Krusty Krab is condemned due to a nematode infestation. The nematodes also eat up the security tape and carve a skull in the building's roof.


  • Once Bitten: Everyone takes the tables and uses them as a barricade in order to shield themselves from the "zombies".


  • Pranks a Lot: SpongeBob and Patrick try to prank Mr. Krabs, messing up the table alignments, gluing the doors shut, replacing 

the windows with rubber and clogging the toilet in the process.


  • Banned in Bikini Bottom: A Greedy Selfish Ugly Villain Miss Gristle Puss shuts down the Krusty Krab for JUST Fun of the Krabby Patties and Bans the Patties. But Mr. Krabs does the right thing by opening a new secret Krusty Krab. 


  • Pat No Pay: Patrick knocks over a table while he walks hungrily into the Krusty Krab.


  • Le Big Switch: Mr. Krabs lifts the Krusty Krab in order to get all the customers out.


  • Whale of a Birthday: Pearl runs into the Krusty Krab crying because they had said mean things about her 16th birthday at high school. The shockwaves of her footsteps knock over the tables and chairs in the restaurant.


  • The Chaperone: When Mr. Krabs tries to comfort Pearl about her prom date, the force of Pearl's tears causes the door to collapse, flooding the Krusty Krab momentarily.
  • Chum Caverns: Plankton dug so many tunnels under the Krusty Krab that the ground under it collapses and a rockslide buries the restaurant under rubble, trapping everyone inside.


  • Greasy Buffoons: Mr Krabs and Plankton were selling grease covered objects. SpongeBob stops this and calls a health inspector. The health inspector shut down both the Krusty Krab and the Chum Bucket!



LEGO Sets

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History

The building itself may have once been an old New England lobster trap, since it greatly resembles one. The original owners may have found the trap lying at the bottom of the ocean, and fixed it up and turned it into a building. Another theory is that the building could have been purposely designed to resemble a lobster trap so it could look more nautical than a regular building.                                                

According to "Krusty Krab Training Video," the Krusty Krab was born when Mr. Krabs, who had been secluded in a deep depression after serving in the military that seemed endless, acquired a bankrupt retirement home called the "Rusty Krab". However, a later episode, "Grandpappy the Pirate," directly contradicts this, depicting that Mr. Krabs was once a seafaring pirate as a preteen and that the Krusty Krab was originally his ship.                                                

However, it is said that after retiring from piracy, Mr. Krabs sold his ship. He could have purchased the retirement home after this, and it could have been just a coincidence that it was called The Rusty Krab and had the same shell sign as Mr. Krabs' ship.                                                

In "Friend or Foe," which revealed the origin of Mr. Krabs and Plankton's rivalry, it is shown that Mr. Krabs first went into the fast food business in his childhood. The Krabby Patty secret formula was created when a shelf was broken during Krabs and Plankton's struggle, causing various ingredients to slide into the patty batter. However, other episodes, most notably "Enemy In-Law," state that the Krabby Patty and its formula is a family recipe, like in "Dunces and Dragons," which shows that the Krabby Patty was first served in medieval times by King Krabs, an ancestor of Mr. Krabs, who was introduced to it as a result of SpongeBob and Patrick's time traveling. As for salaries, Squidward and SpongeBob, the only two employees besides their boss Mr. Krabs, have varying salaries depending on the episode, and are mostly for the joke. In some instances, they are paid an actual (if not minimal) paycheck, while some other instances show that they actually are to pay Mr. Krabs (This is most notable in the episode, "Squid on Strike," where Squidward is forced to pay for his services). Another episode shows they are paid only one nickel (5 cents) a day, according to an episode in which Squidward mentions this fact and SpongeBob can not stop laughing. Another recent episode shows that Mr. Krabs pays SpongeBob with "Wacky bucks", a fake currency which obviously has no value, obviously just for a gag. In yet another episode, SpongeBob states that he had to pay Mr. Krabs $100 an hour when he first started working.


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Design and Features

Exterior

The Krusty Krab building has a wooden chassis with glass windows/walls and appears from the outside as an old lobster trap. There is a large clam-shaped sign in front of the building, similar to those used by real-life fast food restaurants, and five International maritime signal flags above the front door. There is a pole outside its right window as seen in the episode "My Pretty Seahorse." It shares resemblance to a New England lobster trap. It might have just been built to look like a lobster trap, but it is also possible that it was actually formed from an old sunken lobster trap.


Parking Lot

There is no parking lot, although boats always park there. No one will ever know how so many customers can fit inside the Krusty Krab, when there are no cars, but most customers walk to The Krusty Krab, as seen in many episodes including the Krusty Krab.


Drive Thru

The Drive Thru is seen throughout the first four seasons, but its most notable appearance was in the episode "Driven to Tears" when Krabs introduces it to SpongeBob. It was removed until the episode, "Drive Thru", when an unrepaired hole was mistaken for a drive thru, causing chaos in the Krusty Krab. Its purpose was to serve travelers and tourists that did not have time to eat at the Krusty Krab. In "Driven to Tears," it resembled a modern drive thru, but in its latest appearance it was cheaply built. It used tin cans with string for microphones, old napkins for a menuboard, and a bent noodle for a sign. The Drive Thru was gotten rid of after it caused chaos in the Krusty Krab. There's another Drive Thru on the backside of the restaurant which only appeared in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water when Sandy was wording Krabby Patties.


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Interior

Like other buildings in the series, the Krusty Krab's interior design is sometimes highly inconsistent between episodes. The Krusty Krab's basic floor plan consists of one main eating area, with the kitchen, Mr. Krabs' office, and bathrooms in separate rooms at the back of the building. There is also a crow's nest located in one of the pillars.


Dining Area

The order stand consists of a small boat directly in front of the window leading to the kitchen.


To go with the show's nautical theme, the Krusty Krab bears a striking resemblance to a New England lobster trap. When you first go inside, there is the main eating area, which is one of the largest rooms in the shop. The tables are made out of sailing ship steering wheels, with barrels as chairs. Near the kitchen door is the order station, where the cash register is and where Squidward works, taking people's orders, and giving them to SpongeBob through the order window which is shaped like the bow of a ship. In some episodes, there is a salad stand near the order window, and a "Condiment Island" stand, with ketchup and the like. At the back of the building is a lot of rooms, which are very inconsistent but mostly correct in the following order. In "Krabs à la Mode," a thermostat was shown in the Krusty Krab. Mr. Krabs installed a ceiling fan in "SpongeBob vs. The Big One." It also has a small area in between the roof of the kitchen, Mr. Krabs' office, and the bathrooms, which appears to be a storage area. It was featured in "Penny Foolish," when Squidward sat on a box holding a flashlight over Krabs, and in "Truth or Square," when the crew broke a ventilation vent in order to get of the air ducts. The Krusty Krab also features a "lock down" mode, in which metal plates guard the doors and windows.


Office

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On the far left is Mr. Krabs' office, with a money safe, a desk made out of an old sea trunk, chairs, pictures, money on the wall, etc. There is also a door to the kitchen, so Krabs can check on SpongeBob. The safe is also usually where the secret formula to the Krabby Patty, and Mr. Krab's money is hidden. The safe is located on the wall.


Kitchen

The kitchen is SpongeBob's station where he makes the Krabby Patties and stores his cleaning supplies. It has a grill for cooking patties. There are storage cupboards for ingredients. A window is seen, which is used to place orders and to serve them once they are done. The kitchen is commonly used as storage. In some episodes, it is vast, holding a "Patty Vault" full of Krabby Patties, a freezer that Squidward was frozen in for 2000 years once, and many other hallways and rooms. Also, as seen in "Planet of the Jellyfish," the freezer now holds cases of mayonnaise. It had a refrigerator before it was in "Pat No Pay." According to the episode Restraining SpongeBob, the kitchen's width is about 15 ft.


Restroom

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There is one restroom located on the far back right of dining room. It has urinals, toilets and sinks. A sign saying to wash your fins can be seen written in both English and Spanish. In most episodes, there are two or sometimes three stalls.


Other interior features

Most notably in "Truth or Square," there shown to be a lot of nooks and crannies in the Krusty Krab, like a massive ventilation system. That system also has a surveillance room where there are computers that spy on every house in Bikini Bottom. In various episodes, it is shown to be host to several secret passages and rooms. Some examples are found in "Truth or Square" and "Chum Bucket Supreme".


Quality

Apart from its excellent food, the Krusty Krab exhibits many of the undesirable qualities of real-life fast food restaurants. It is dirty and cheaply maintained, and the building is sometimes shown to be in a state of disrepair. This is shown by the "faulty wiring" and green slime oozing from the walls in "Graveyard Shift."


Technology

In the "Krusty Krab Training Video", basic features of modern fast food restaurants implemented by the Krusty Krab are described as "the latest achievements in fast food technology" and given extravagant descriptions. This "technology" includes:


  • Spatula: "Advanced patty-control mechanism."
  • Cash register: "Automated money-handling system." (Don't touch!)
  • Ice Cubes: "Imported high quality temperature devices".
  • Straws: "Prototype liquid transfer machines".

The Galley Grub

The Galley Grub is the menu of the Krusty Krab. The menu is shown differently in almost every episode that it is shown in. The menus contain meals, sides, and beverages. The Krabby Patty is present on every menu ever shown being it's main meal and the only food to be so. The menu also once (it is unknown if this is included in every single episode) had it written with very tiny words, almost impossible to read without a microscope "Money Back guarantee;" however, it has only happened once that anyone has used this guarantee to demand the money back.

"Bubble Buddy" Menu

  • Krabby Patty
  • Double Patty Patty
  • Krabby Junior Junior
  • Jumbo Small Patty
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty
  • Quarter Ouncer Double Pounder
  • Super Double Triple Patty
  • Jumbo Patty Super Jumbo
  • Captain Olaf's Special
  • Super Seaweed Shake
  • (NOTE: The prices for the menu items were not shown in this episode.)


"Krabby Land" Menu

  • Krabby Patty - $2.99 (99¢ on Wednesday)
    • w/ cheese - $3.99 ($1.99 on Wednesday)
  • Krabby Combo - $3.99
  • Kiddie Meal - $1.99
  • Krabby Fries - $2.99


Another Alternate Menu

  • Krabby Pattie - $2.00
  • Krusty Combo - $3.99
  • Krusty Deluxe - $3.00
  • Seaweed Salad - $1.50
  • Coral Bits - $1.95


Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V Menu

  • Krabby Patty - $1.25
    • w/ sea cheese - $1.50
  • Double Krabby Patty - $2.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $2.25
  • Triple Krabby Patty - $3.00
    • w/ sea cheese - $3.25
  • Coral Bits
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50
  • Kelp Rings - $1.50
    • salty sauce - $0.50
  • Krabby Meal - $3.50
  • Double Krabby Meal - $3.75
  • Triple Krabby Meal - $4.00
  • Salty Sea Dog - $1.25
  • Footlong - $2.00
  • Sailors Surprise - $3.00
  • Golden Loaf - $2.00
    • w/ sauce - $2.50
  • Kelp Shake - $2.00
  • Seafoam Soda
    • Small - $1.00
    • Medium - $1.25
    • Large - $1.50


Other Foods / Drinks

In various other episodes, there are foods and drinks mentioned, but not shown in the Galley Grub. Some of the products are even mentioned more than once, whether or not they are in the Galley Grub.


  • Small Dozen Krabby Patties - "Pickles"
  • Small Salad - "Pickles"
  • Double Triple Bossy Deluxe - "Pickles"
  • Krabby Fries - "Pickles"
  • Krabby Shake - "Pickles"
  • Krusty Special - "Squeaky Boots"
  • Veggie Pattie (several episodes) - (a Krabby Patty without the patty, made for vegetarians.)
  • Jumbo Krabby Patty - "Fools in April"
  • Salad - "Bossy Boots"
    • Diet Shampoo (for Bubble Buddy) - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Krabby Patty Double Deluxe - "Pressure"
    • King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme on a stick
    • King Size Ultra Krabby Supreme, double battered, fried on a stick
  • Triple Krabby Supreme - "Just One Bite"
  • Krusty Kelp Dog - "Nasty Patty"
  • Buttered Barnacles - "Nasty Patty"
  • Powdered Driftwood - "Nasty Patty"
  • Sludge Pudding - "Nasty Patty"
  • Diet Red Tide - "Nasty Patty"
  • Double Patty Patty - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Quarter-Ouncer Double-Pounder -  "Bubble Buddy"
  • Kelp Shake (NOTE: A kelp shake was briefly seen on the KK menu, this does NOT refer to the Kelp Shakes on Best Frenemies.)
  • Jelly Relish Patty - "Planet of the Jellyfish"
  • Nasty Patty - "Nasty Patty" (a Krabby Patty with volcano sauce, seahorse radish, toenail clippings, sprinkled with toilet water, and dried with Mr. Krabs' gym socks.)
  • Krabby Patty (with only Patty) - "Jellyfish Hunter"
  • Junior Krabby Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" (a small Krabby Patty which is the size of a finger with pickle eyes and a ketchup smile.)
  • Krusty Supreme - "Krusty Krab Training Video"
  • Adult Sized Krabby Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
  • Pipsqueak Patty - "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
  • Double Chili Kelp Fries - "Graveyard Shift"
  • Nacho Oyster Skins - "Clams"
  • Barnacle Rings - "Clams"
  • Chili Kelp Fries - "Plankton's Army"
  • Yummy Bunz - "Greasy Buffoons"
  • Deluxe Krabby Patty - "Greasy Buffoons"
  • Captain Olaf's Special - "Bubble Buddy"
  • Lemon Lime- Trenchbillies (NOTE: This might not count because it was a legend.)
  • Cubed Ketchup Kabobs - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Barnacle Bruschetta - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Tomato Bisque - "SpongeBob Moves In!"
  • Popcorn - "SpongeBob Moves In!"

In the episode "Pickles," the words "money back guarantee" are written in extremely small print on the bottom of The Galley Grub

Other / Miscallenous

  • Krusty Nuggets
  • Milkshake
  • Lemonade (Limited-Edition)
  • Lemonade
  • Icee
  • Miscallenous drinks
  • Fried Chicken
  • Grilled Chicken
  • Grilled Oyster Skins
  • Krusty Tenders
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly Krabby Patty
  • Cookies
  • Ice Cream
  • Banana Fudge Sundae
  • Sub Sandwiches
  • Pizza
  • Breadsticks
  • Cheesesticks
  • Krabby Wings
  • Steamed vegetables
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich
  • Sauces
  • All You Can Eat Buffet
  • Salad
  • Cokes
  • Pepsi
  • Dr Pepper
  • Tea
  • More items coming if Mr Krabs approves...

Regulars

  • Martha


Policies

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Employees

Policies and disclaimers held by the Krusty Krab for the employees include:


  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; Second revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3A: All staff must remain on the premises until the day's receipts are fully accounted for. This is seen in "Can You Spare a Dime?."
  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; Second revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3B: The proprietor reserves the right to be unfair. This is also seen in "Can You Spare a Dime?".
  • Think of the customer.
  • We serves all kinds. This is seen in "Bubble Buddy."
  • Everyone's money is good (an escaped convict with a sack of stolen money is shown eating a Krabby Patty). This is also seen in "Bubble Buddy."
  • The customers' jokes are always funny. This is seen in the episode "Sponge-Cano."
  • Krusty Krab Rule book; Rule #2: Never disclose the location of the secret formula! This is seen in "One Coarse Meal."


Privileges

  • Employees are granted a discount on purchased items. This is seen in the episode "To Love a Patty."
  • Employees can have worker's compensation: Employees get paid while they're at home. This is seen in "The Splinter."


Customers

Policies and disclaimers held by the Krusty Krab for the customers include:


  • Krusty Krab policy clearly states that once the patty has reached the customer, it is his / her responsibility. This is seen in "Born Again Krabs."
  • Money back guarantee (seen only in microscopic print). This is seen in "Pickles."
  • No free napkins.
  • A standing fee will be given if a customer does not buy anything. This is seen in "Krusty Krab Training Video."


Both Customers and Employees

Policies and disclaimers held by the Krusty Krab for both customers and employees include:


  • The Krabby Patty formula is the sole property of the Krusty Krab and is only to be discussed in part or in whole with its creator Mr. Krabs. Duplication of this formula is punishable by law. Restrictions apply, results may vary. This is seen in "Imitation Krabs."
  • No outside beverages. No exceptions. This is stated in "Best Frenemies."
  • Do not touch the thermostat ever. This stated in "Krabs a la Mode."
  • Nobody eats in the Krusty Krab for free (Royalty or not). This is seen in "Rule of Dumb."


Advertisements

Main article: Krusty Krab Advertising


Due to Mr. Krabs' cheapness, the Krusty Krab is rarely shown to have any significant advertising, but has on several significant occasions. One of his methods of advertisement seen in the episode "As Seen on TV" was commercials.


  • Squidward is the director at first, but when Krabs sees the insane values of Squidward's commercial, he fires the crew and directs an extremely cheap and poorly made commercial using only himself, his employees, and his daughter. The commercial was shown in the "prime time slot" of 3:28 AM, and featured Pearl and Squidward playing teenage girls getting their first Krabby Patty from Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob made only two partial cameos in the commercial, but was extremely excited to see himself on TV and believed that he was now a celebrity. In the commercial, the Krusty Krab's slogan is jokingly shown to be "Come spend your money here!".
  • A Vintage Krusty Krab commercial was seen in "Truth or Square."[1]
  • In order to attract new regulars into his restaurant, Krabs advertised his business in a local newspaper in extremely small print (so small that anyone would need a magnifying glass to see), as seen in "The Krabby Kronicle."


Toys

In "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob," Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are hired to promote the restaurant, appearing in TV commercials for it. Kids meals are produced featuring Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy toys. In "Bummer Vacation," SpongeBob is shown to own a Krusty Krab play set, which includes figures of SpongeBob, Patrick, Krabs, and Squidward. In "Yours, Mine, and Mine," it is seen to have a toy made out of the Krabby Patty, which SpongeBob calls a Patty Pal. In "Born Again Krabs," Krabs sells Bikini Bottomite action figures until he realizes he is awake.

Mr. Krabs' Greedy Plans

Main Article: List of Mr. Krab's Greedy plans


Krabs has done more than twenty five scams to try and get as much money as possible. His most villainous scam so far is the Jelly Patty scam in "Jellyfish Hunter."


Employment

Other than Mr. Krabs himself, the Krusty Krab has only two full-time employees: The fry cook, SpongeBob, and the cashier Squidward.


Squidward Tentacles

Squidward is the cashier, and stands in a boat taking orders for the entire work day. Squidward has also served as a fry cook in various episodes, including "Bubble Buddy", "Pickles" and in "Breath of Fresh Squidward." Squidward hates his job, the Krusty Krab, Krabby Patties (Unless if you're watching "Just One Bite"), and his peers at work. Despite his dissatisfaction, he makes little effort to find a different job, and has attempted to quit on only a few occasions, most notably in "Can You Spare a Dime?". The possible reason for his hatred to his job is having to work with SpongeBob (who in some episodes such as Restraining SpongeBob and Squid on Strike) has gotten Squidward injured or in trouble with Mr. Krabs. The other possibility is the fact that despite his work it has been shown that even SpongeBob (the better worker) gets paid very little and knows that Krabs would be too cheap to raise his pay despite his work effort.


SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob is the fry cook of the restaurant. In "The Original Fry Cook," Jim, quits after Mr. Krabs refused to give him a raise. He first applied for the job in "Help Wanted," the pilot episode of the series. Mr. Krabs and Squidward, wanting no part of him, sent SpongeBob on a fool's errand. While he was gone, an enormous crowd of anchovies stormed the restaurant, nearly killing Squidward and Krabs. When SpongeBob returned, he demonstrated his superhuman fry cook skills, serving all the anchovies, saving Squidward and Krabs, and securing his job. SpongeBob has been assigned other duties in various episodes, including has janitorial duties, "co-cashier" in "The Algae's Always Greener", "Parking Lot Litter Patrol" in "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler," "well money-retriever" in "Wishing You Well," and Lead Reporter for the Krabby Kronicle in "The Krabby Kronicle." At the end of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, SpongeBob is hired as the manager of the new Krusty Krab 2. According to the episode "Stanley S. SquarePants," SpongeBob's exact job title is "Vice Assistant General Manager in charge of certain things." It has been shown that he takes his job very seriously. As shown in Pizza Delivery he nearly gets both himself and Squidward to starve and get sucked into a tornado when refusing to relinquish the pizza showing that he'd rather get both himself and Squidward killed then go with even one unsatisfied customer. He also seems to care less up to the point of obliviousness about Mr. Krab's utter cheapness despite the fact that he pays them very little and has numerous times put his employees into physical harm in hopes of making even a small amount of money.


Other employees

In various episodes, the Krusty Krab has hired additional employees. None maintain their job for more than one consecutive episode.


Patrick Star

Patrick has worked at the Krusty Krab in several episodes. He was first hired at the Krusty Krab in the episode "Arrgh!," only to be immediately fired (and again later for the second time). He first properly worked at the Krusty Krab in "Big Pink Loser." In "Squilliam Returns," Patrick is assigned the role of hat-taker when Squidward takes over the restaurant to impress Squilliam. In "Bummer Vacation," he took SpongeBob's job as an unpaid intern during his forced vacation. In "That's No Lady," Patrick, disguised as "Patricia," becomes the waitress of the Krusty Krab. In "Banned in Bikini Bottom," Patrick works as the bouncer to the secret Krusty Krab. In "Pat No Pay," he is forced to work at the Krusty Krab in order to pay for the numerous Krabby Patties he has eaten and failed to pay for. In "No Hat for Pat," Krabs wanted to have tourists eating at his restaurant but had no luck. He found Patrick standing outside doing nothing and wanting a hat, he applied for the job to advertise the Krusty Krab. He made no success but obtained his hat and started falling to the ground, bringing tourists and more customers. His falling made Krabs find more things to fall into and when the customers see that two were about to hurt themselves only Squidward did and stripped Krabs from his money earned thus firing Patrick.


Gary the Snail

Gary served as a waiter for the secret Krusty Krab in "Banned in Bikini Bottom." He also worked as a referee when a hockey team practiced in the frozen Krusty Krab in "Krabs a la Mode." He was also the "cleaner of the ick" in "Fungus Among Us." In "Shellback Shenanigans," Gary serves in sentry duty to prevent Plankton from infiltrating the Krusty Krab.


Sandy Cheeks

Sandy worked alongside SpongeBob as patty-chopper in "Karate Choppers."


Pearl Krabs

Pearl worked at the Krusty Krab during her vacation in "Bossy Boots." In "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle," she was only carrying on the family business by cooking Krabby Patties.


Charles

Charles worked at the Krusty Krab without Krabs knowing in "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle." While he was "holding down the fort," he somehow caught Plankton during Krabs and the Krusty Krew's absence.


King Neptune

King Neptune became SpongeBob's "trainee" at the Krusty Krab after he defeated him in "Neptune's Spatula."


Teenagers

Three unnamed teenagers were given jobs when SpongeBob and Squidward went on strike on "Squid on Strike," leaving their positions available.


Unnamed applicant

A short, nerdy, green fish asked for a job application in "Graveyard Shift."


Le Schnook

A fancy French guy came to the Krusty Krab during the exchange program in "Le Big Switch," and puts the Krusty Krab in bankruptcy due to his demands for expensive fancy stuff.


Stanley S. SquarePants

Stanley temporarily took Squidward's position, but destroyed everything he came in contact with.


Frank

Frank was once hired by SpongeBob, the Krusty Krab's temporary manager. In "Gullible Pants," Squidward told SpongeBob a false secret stating that Frank wanted a job as a fry cook. The gullible sponge gave him the job, and Frank thought that SpongeBob knows his secret, making him think that SpongeBob was threatening to reveal it. He did what the sponge says and cooked Krabby Patties as Squidward gives him more false secrets.


Karen Plankton

After replaced with Karen 2 by Plankton in "Karen 2.0," Mr. Krabs took Karen to the Krusty Krab after being thrown on the streets. Later, when Karen decided to forget about Plankton, Krabs hired her as the cashier, making Squidward the janitor. Not long after, Karen 2 and Plankton visited the Krusty Krab where the two computers had a fight, Karen reigning supreme. After having a brief shut down, Plankton took Karen back to the Chum Bucket, thus putting Squidward back into his position as cashier, in which Krabs used the remains of Karen 2 to dress Squidward up to attract more customers.


Mrs. Puff

Mrs. Puff worked at the Krusty Krab only in "Summer Job." She accidentally smashes through the front door of the Krusty Krab with her boat and Mr. Krabs decides to have her work unpaid until the damages are fix. Mrs. Puff mainly takes over Squidward's job at the register and Krabs assigns SpongeBob to look over her. Having enough of SpongeBob bossing her around, Puff storms out of the Krusty Krab and prepares to drive off, but a policeman arrests her for littering (she just threw SpongeBob's note on the ground).

Jim

Jim was the KK's original fry cook before SpongeBob. He created the Jim Patty which proved to dominate the Krabby Patty. However he was not happy that Mr. Krabs was paying him too low, so he quit his job (which presumably cost Mr. Krabs a lot of money due to his invention of the Jim patty and how he went to work in other restaurants). He became rich and visited the KK in "The Original Fry Cook" in which time seems to have made him forgive Mr. Krabs and his cheapness.

Not SpongeBob

In "Truth or Square," Squidward had a flashback remembering his life before SpongeBob and Patrick moved in next door. He seemed to be very happy and to have a similar personality to SpongeBob. Not SpongeBob (as Squidward imagined his name) seemed to hate his job like the modern Squidward and was possibly annoyed by him like Squidward is with SpongeBob. He worked at the KK after Jim and before SpongeBob. He was presumably fired and replaced with SpongeBob after he moved in. It is unknown it that is his real name or if he was remembered that way by Squidward to show that he wasn't 


Employee Information

Finance

Being cheap, Mr. Krabs consistently pays his employees extremely poorly, although the exact amount varies. In "Squeaky Boots," SpongeBob's paycheck consists of an envelope of money. In "Dying for Pie," Squidward mentions that he gets paid at minimum wage. In "Bossy Boots," when Krabs tries to get rid of all the stuff he bought for the Kuddly Krab, he sells them to SpongeBob for 1 years salary. This includes music, carpet, furniture, and stuffed animals. In "Skill Crane," Krabs gives SpongeBob and Squidward their paychecks, which consists of an envelope of money for SpongeBob and a huge bag of quarters for Squidward.


In "Bummer Vacation," Mr. Krabs holds up a dime and SpongeBob says that is more than what he makes in a year. In "Squid on Strike," Krabs deducts from SpongeBob and Squidward's salary for "goofing off". In "Big Pink Loser," SpongeBob claims that he actually pays Mr. Krabs rather than being paid himself. In "One Coarse Meal," it is revealed that Krabs pays SpongeBob with fake money called "Wacky Bucks".


Training

According to the Krusty Krab Training Video, employees work under the unfortunately named philosophy of "POOP" which stands for People Order Our Patties. The video also explains how employees are required to maintain personal hygiene, keep their work station tidy and free of droppings, and keep supplies clean and organized. Employees must also be prepared for an emergency situation and watch out for Plankton.


Annual Employment Report Card

Report cards are kept to record the progress of employees on their tasks or job.[2] The requirements include:


  • Keeps Work Area Clean
  • Arrives at Work on Time
  • Does a Laborious Task for Supervisor
  • Keeps up on Hygiene


Inspection

There is also inspection for the employees (as seen in the episode "Missing Identity"). To pass the requirements, an employee must complete the following requirements.


  • Must have name tag on
  • Must be clean


Popularity

The Krusty Krab is one of the most popular restaurants in Bikini Bottom. The place is usually full of customers except during episodes that involve trying to attract them. There is usually a significant line at Squidward's register and occasionally leads outside the doors into the distance with no one being discouraged from waiting in it to acquire food.


The food is so popular in fact that several times when customers are made to wait on food, rather than complain or simply leave they will riot, such as in "Whatever Happened To SpongeBob?" Attacking SpongeBob and Squidward and even damage the building despite attacking the Fry Cook and waiter being the opposite of helpful in that situation.


During the period where the Krusty Krab had a drive thru the town turned into a parking lot since everyone tried to use it, never occurring to anyone to just get out of their car and go inside like normal.


Changes

In several episodes, the Krusty Krab is temporarily changed or even converted into a different restaurant entirely.


In "Bossy Boots," Mr. Krabs hires Pearl to work at the Krusty Krab during her vacation. With the help of SpongeBob, she changed the Krusty Krab into the "Kuddly Krab", a girly teen hangout restaurant which served only tea, fries and salad. The restaurant featured a colorful design and featured stuffed animals and other novelty decorations. Despite its popularity among teens, the Kuddly Krab suffered an overall decline in profits and Pearl had to be fired. Pearl reveals that she was actually trying to be fired, as the job cut too much into her social life. The Krusty Krab returned to normal, and SpongeBob bought all the decorations for one year's salary.


In "Squilliam Returns," Krabs let Squidward temporarily transform the Krusty Krab into a fancy 5-Star restaurant so that Squidward could impress his highly successful unibrowed rival, Squilliam Fancyson. The plan worked, until SpongeBob went insane because Squilliam asked what's his name and destroyed the restaurant.


In "Le Big Switch," a French "exchange chef" from the Fancy! restaurant becomes the cook at the Krusty Krab, and the Krusty Krab is transformed into a five-star French bistro, where Krabs is ecstatic because he can sell minuscule portions for very expensive prices, including a putrid dish which can only lose its stench by shredding gold on top of it. The French chef does this, much to Krabs disapproval. Squidward is also very happy because SpongeBob became an exchange chef and went to the Fancy! restaurant where his Krabby Patties were a huge hit even though it was not the type of cuisine suited for the Fancy! restaurant. Eventually the Krusty Krab bistro goes out of business and SpongeBob brings back all the Fancy! customers, who were demanding Krabby Patties from the Krusty Krab, returning the business to normal.


In "Selling Out," Krabs sells the Krusty Krab to a corporate mogul named Howard Blandy and goes into retirement. The Krusty Krab is converted into the "Krabby O' Monday's," a family diner that had a pleasant atmosphere but in reality generated synthetic Krabby Patties made of sludge by machine. When Mr. Krabs took a job there as a result of boredom, he discovers this secret and goes on a rampage, revealing it to the customers and destroying the restaurant. He then buys the destroyed Krusty Krab back from Blandy for full price.


In "Krusty Towers," Krabs transforms the restaurant into the "Krusty Towers," a multistory hotel after staying at one and witnessing the outrageous prices that hotels can charge. The Hotel is destroyed when Patrick performs a cannonball into the swimming pool in his room, causing the tower to collapse, leaving only the original Krusty Krab.


In "Krabs a la Mode," the restaurant is converted into an indoor ice ring, and later a swimming pool, when Plankton's plot to turn down the thermostat and freeze the Krusty Krab backfires.


In "The Krusty Sponge," Krabs, after receiving a review praising SpongeBob, transforms the Krusty Krab into a SpongeBob-themed restaurant called the Krusty Sponge. However, the soiled yellow "Spongy Patties" made Krabs be arrested. Krabs bribes the judge to excuse him by having Squidward give him rides on the train which was built around the restaurant.


In "SB-129," the Krusty Krab is shown to in some form still be in service two-thousand years into the future. Like everything else in the future, the building is entirely plated in chrome.


In "Drive Thru," Mr. Krabs added a Drive Thru, but after this episode, the Drive Thru is never seen again. Also, the sides of the restaurant are wooden without the netting or glass as shown in every other episode. 


Lawsuits

Plankton attempted to walk right into the Krusty Krab and steal the formula. He tripped and made himself look helpless which made the public send Krabs to court. His new attempt was to sue Krabs for the formula. SpongeBob, impersonating as a lawyer, made sure that Plankton reveal his true intentions, resulting in another plan foiled. The public and jury turned against Plankton and labeled Krabs not guilty but cheap in the episode "Krabs vs. Plankton."


In the episode "The Krusty Sponge", Krabs was arrested for selling poisoned food. The entire town of Bikini Bottom was against him. Luckily, the judge was a SpongeBob fan, so he reconsidered and did not send Krabs "down the river." Instead, he would return the restaurant to its normal ways, and the judge would get a ride on the Fun Train.


Krabs was arrested for avoiding to pay for a product by stealing. The judge, Horace A. Whopper, decided that he will give away free Krabby Patties all day afterwards. Krabby Patties sold by the dozens as Krabs screamed in horror while watching. This most likely ruined the profits as seen in the episode "Patty Caper".


It has also been shown that due to Mr. Krab's utter cheapness and greed that he is willing to violate many workers rights laws. This eventually got up to the point where it was almost as if it was slave labor at the KK. It has been shown numerous times such as in Fear of a Krabby Patty and Chum Caverns that he has kept employees and customers captive at the KK. It has also been shown that he pays them far below minimum wage (Squid on Strike and Bummer Vacation). He also has shown to physically abuse his workers (mainly Squidward) in episodes such as The Krusty Sponge where he has Squidward give a judge a ride on a train (that was pedal powered) while at the same time having Squidward whipped like cattle. Also in Chum Fricassee where he literally uses Squidward as a doormat to get revenge for helping plankton and nearly putting him out of business. Not to mention that in Le Big Switch he literally sells Squidward when he goes bankrupt despite the fact that he obviously did not own Squidward.


Despite his violation of Workers Rights the only time one of his employees questioned him about it was in Squidward in Clarinet Land where he did not provide Squidward with storage space for his clarinet.


Destruction and Abuse

The Krusty Krab has been destroyed in several episodes, but is always intact in its next appearance.


  • "Help Wanted" - Anchovies invade the restaurant and tear down the beams, as well as ripping down the Galley Grub sign and pulling the order up sign down.
  • "Employee of the Month" - SpongeBob and Squidward make so many Krabby Patties that the Krusty Krab becomes pressurized and explodes.
  • "Sleepy Time" - In Plankton's dream, he steps on the Krusty Krab causing some damage.
  • "Suds" - SpongeBob's massive sneeze destroys the Krusty Krab.
  • "Texas" - Sandy pulls SpongeBob causing the front of the restaurant to tear off.
  • "Your Shoe's Untied" - SpongeBob rips up the floor while hiding his untied shoes from Patrick.
  • "Squilliam Returns" - SpongeBob ruins the 5-star setup of the Krusty Krab while suffering a mental breakdown.
  • "Just One Bite" - Squidward eats too many Krabby Patties, causing him to blow up in the Krusty Krab.
  • "'Skill Crane'" - Squidward makes a crane spin out of control and it smashes the Krusty Krab.
  • "Krusty Towers" - After Patrick does a cannonball into the pool, the Krusty Towers collapses pancake-style, leaving only the original Krusty Krab standing.
  • "Spy Buddies" - Plankton's blimp is punctured, which flies into the Krusty Krab.
  • "The Krusty Plate" - SpongeBob resorts to a high-powered cleaning device which explodes with the force of an Atomic Bomb. Also, the Krusty Krab was shown on fire during a flashback, when Mr. Krabs said "Should have never left you alone with a lit blowtorch and me roller skates reveling that Eugene H. Krabs once left SpongeBob alone with a welding torch and a pair of roller skates.
  • "Pat No Pay" - Patrick throws a bag of money down the trash compactor, which jams and the Krusty Krab flies away.
  • "Slide Whistle Stooges" - Squidward drives a gasoline tanker truck through the Krusty Krab leaving the front and back of the Krusty Krab.
  • "'Big Pink Loser'"- A small part of the floor breaks when Patrick throws a jar down and it creates a hole.
  • "Dying for Pie[" - Mr. Krabs throws a piece of the bomb pie at the milk which makes a huge explosion at the back of Mr. Krabs' office wall.
  • "'Selling Out'" - The Krusty Krab is demolished by a wave of Synthetic Patty Material.
  • "SpongeHenge" - The entire Krusty Krab except for the floorboards is blown away by the wind. Sometime later, SpongeBob finds the top and believes that he was gone for years, as it was almost completely buried.
  • "'Summer Job'" - Mrs. Puff accidentally destroys the door with a boat, so she had to work at the Krusty Krab.
  • "Buried in Time" - In Squidward's dream, The Krusty Krab sunk and was demolished and replaced with the Squidward Tentacles' museum
  • "Frozen Face Off" - The Krusty Krab was destroyed by Plankton, because he broke apart molecules from the safe and caused a nuclear explosion, which destroyed the Krusty Krab.
  • "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" - SpongeBob gets really angry when Patrick wears two Krabby Patties as socks. He swells, turns red, and explodes, blowing the front doors off, and sending Patrick flying into a dumpster.
  • "Sponge-Cano" - The Krusty Krab got set on fire by lava bombs when Mt. Etna erupts.
  • "The Clash of Triton" - Triton drives through the Krusty Krab, smashing the door and some of the wood around it. Then he flies up, putting a hole in the ceiling.
  • "Drive Thru" - After Mr. Krabs hammers multiple holes into the wall the Krusty Krab becomes a pile of dirt.
  • "Ghoul Fools" - The Flying Dutchman nukes Bikini Bottom. The Krusty Krab is later seen in the "Void" indicating it was destroyed.
  • "Jailbreak!" - The Krusty Krab was destroyed soon after Plankton and his Cellmates broke into the Krusty Krab by charging through the front door.
  • "Tutor Sauce" - SpongeBob's driving hit the sign, the door, the front, the roof, and the right of the Krusty Krab causing some damages.


Episodes where the Krusty Krab is assumed to be destroyed

  • "'Dying for Pie" - The Krusty Krab is destroyed, along with the rest of Bikini Bottom.
  • "Wormy" - Everyone in Bikini Bottom panics when they think that Wormy is a monster, and destroying Bikini Bottom.
  • "Drive Thru" - Mr. Krabs put in 3 drive thrus to speed up business and the Krusty Krab fell apart.

Location

The location of the Krusty Krab relative to SpongeBob's house is not always the same. In the episodes "Help Wanted," "Plankton!," "Pickles," "Suds," "Hooky," "Missing Identity," and "Lost in Bikini Bottom" SpongeBob goes to the right of his house and passes Squidward's and Patrick's houses. In almost every other episode where the location of the Krusty Krab relative to SpongeBob's house, he goes to the left (the list of episodes would take such a long time to type, this editor would not bother). Mr. Krabs is too cheap to buy to pieces of property to place a Krusty Krab when it is destroyed.


The address of the Krusty Krab is possibly 831 Bottomfeeder Lane. In "Walking the Plankton," a letter is being delivered to the Krusty Krab in the beginning of the episode. If one pauses the episode at the right time, the address can be read.


Themes

  • Kuddly Krab (as seen in "Bossy Boots")
  • 70's (as seen in "Truth or Square")
  • Space (as seen in "Truth or Square")
  • Old West (as seen in "Truth or Square")
  • Eleventy Seventh Anniversary (as seen in "Truth or Square")
  • 5 Star Restaurant (as seen in "Squilliam Returns")
  • Krabby O' Monday's (as seen in "Selling Out")
  • Krusty Towers (as seen in "Krusty Towers")
  • The Krusty Sponge (as seen in "The Krusty Sponge")


Trivia

  • Despite the apparent deliciousness of the Krabby Patty, the Krusty Krab is often seen without customers.
  • In the scene where SpongeBob washes his hands in the "Krusty Krab Training Video" (also seen in "Karate Choppers" and "Kenny the Cat"), there is a poster that says "Please wash your fins". Under those words there are words in Spanish that say "Wash the fins" (Lave las aletas).
  • At the end of "Krusty Krab Training Video," the Krabby Patty secret formula is almost revealed, but is cut off and the Krabby Patty formula was never revealed.
  • The Krusty Krab's doors have been shattered repeatedly throughout the episodes, but later in the episodes the doors are fixed.
  • In Nasty Patty, the sign is on the right side of the restaurant and has the name written in green neon lettering.
  • There are two stories on how the Krusty Krab was born, first was in "Krusty Krab Training Video" where it is shown that the Krusty Krab was once an old bankrupt retirement home named "Rusty Krab" which according to the narrator that it only took a few minor restorations (Mr. Krabs just added a 'K' to the Rusty Krab). Second was in Grandpappy the Pirate" where it is shown that the Krusty Krab was once a Pirate Ship. It's unknown which story is true.
  • In a few episodes, the grill is in the back of the kitchen, rather than the front. It was once seen on the side.
  • The Krusty Krab is called a dump by Mr. Krabs, who is the owner of the restaurant.
  • In "Pizza Delivery," there is a sign in the background hanging on a door that says, the heads.
  • In the much later episode "Move It or Lose It," the Krusty Krab gets moved 1 foot from its original spot.
  • In most episodes, the letters on the sign are made of red-painted wood. However, in some episodes, mainly in nighttime settings, the letters are neon green.
  • There is an actual Krusty Krab restaurant being built, and it looks totally identical. It is called Salta Burgers, and is located at Palestine.
  • In most episodes, the window between Squidward and SpongeBob is just in front of the grill. However, in some episodes, it is in front of the grill and the fryer.
  • According to SpongeBob Moves In!, The Chum Bucket and the Krusty Krab were opened on the same day.


References

  1. ^ "as seen in Truth or Square
  2. ^ as seen in "Overbooked"
Krusty Krab

The Krusty Krab is a restaurant in the city of Bikini Bottom in the television series SpongeBob SquarePants. The restaurant is a parody of McDonald's, owned by the greedy Eugene Krabs. Currently, the Krusty Krab has two employees: SpongeBob SquarePants and Squidward Tentacles. Both employees particularly don't get along that well. SpongeBob works as a fry cook, while Squidward mans the cash register. Krabby Patties are the specialty of the Krusty Krab, but they have been known to serve many other entrées.


Established

Mr. Krabs first opened his booming burger joint in 1977, only after discovering the secret formula of the Krabby Patty (previously known as the Quahog Burger, later known as the Barnacle Burger) and acquiring and converting the ailing Rusty Crab retirement home into a booming fast food restaurant and practically adding the K to the word rusty making it the Krusty Krab to the name. He went into business, mainly due to these events and of course, to make money. Since then, it has almost run out of business once from the minor competitor Shell Shack, once from SpongeBob's short-lived Pretty Patties stand, and of course, a countless number of times from The Chum Bucket.The Krusty Krab Dining room is a


open from 8am-9pm on Monday, Wendesday & Thursday, 8am-10pm Friday and Saturday while on Tuesdays, it is open 'til 11pm. On Sundays, the Krusty Krab is closed. It has twice opened 24 hours a day once due to the customers and once as a result of Plankton's plan to open The Chum Bucket 23 hours a day. The Krusty Krab now opens 23 hours a day, after Plankton's plan failed.


Advertising

There are various ways Mr. Krabs uses to advertise the Krusty Krab.


Billboards

There are many billboards advertising the Krusty Krab on Sand Mountain.


Commercials

See episode: As Seen on TV


The Krusty Krab has had only one commercial. Squidward Tentacles was the director at first, but then Mr. Krabs directed it to save money since Squidward was too expensive. Mr. Krabs got a primetime special to run the 60-second commercial, at 3:28 AM. The commercial featured Pearl (playing Amy) and Squidward (in a wig, playing Jan) as teenagers getting their first Krabby Patty served by Mr. Krabs. It only showed SpongeBob's pants by the grill and forehead inside the kitchen window. Even from this, he was excited to be in the commercial.


Food/Drinks

The food served at the Krusty Krab consists of its specialty, the world-famous Krabby Patty burgers, as well as a host of other meals off the Galley Grub, with food ranging from Kelp Fries to Coral Bits to Dr. Kelp (derived from the Dr. Pepper soft drink) and more, even Silly Meals. This is enough evidence that the menu is similar to that of "McDonald's" or "Burger King" though they have also sold pizzas (Pizza Delivery) and a once-free salad bar (now $1) at times. The Krusty Krab menu is different in many episodes.


The Galley Grub

The Galley Grub is the menu of The Krusty Krab.

Food Item Price ExtrasFood Item Price Extras Krabby Patty $20.25 w/sea cheese - $20.50 Double Krabby Patty w/ the works $40.00 w/sea cheese - $40.25 Triple Krabby Patty w/ the works $6 == 0.00 w/sea cheese - $60.25 Crying Jonnie (Krabby Patty w/ extra onions) $20.50 w/sea cheese - $20.75 Small Coral Bits $20.00 Medium Coral Bits $20.25 Large Coral Bits $20 .50 Kelp Rings $20.50 salty sauce – 50 cents Krabby Meal $60.50 w/sea cheese - $80.50 Triple Krabby Supreme $80.00 Salty Sea Dog $20.25 Footlong $20.00 Sailors Surprise $60.00 Golden Loaf $40.00 w/sauce - $40.50 Kelp Shake $40.00 Small Seafoam Soda $20.00 Medium Seafoam Soda $20.25 Large Seafoam Soda $20.50
money back guarantee (In very tiny microscopic letters)


Pickles

In "Pickles," the Menu looks like this:

Food Item Price
Krabby Patty $2.00
Krusty Combo $3.99
Combo Patty $2.01
Krusty Deluxe $3.00
Seaweed Salad $1.50
Coral Bits $1.95
Money back guarantee (in super-microscopic print)


Bubble Buddy

In "Bubble Buddy," the Menu looks like this:

(The prices of everything including diet shampoo add up to $100)


Breakfast Buffet

  • Krabby Omelette $ 4.99
  • Krabby Hot Dog
  • Krabby Bagels
  • Krabby Pancakes


Lunch Buffet

  • Kelp Fries (For SpongeBob, Kelp, however is a kind of seaweed)
  • Root Beer (For SpongeBob, he loved bendy straws)
  • Coke (For SpongeBob)
  • Diet Coke (For SpongeBob)


Dinner Buffet

  • Double Patty Patty
  • Krabby Junior Junior
  • Jumbo Small Patty
  • Junior Senior Sophomore Patty
  • Quarter Ouncer Double Pounder
  • Super Double Triple Patty
  • Jumbo Patty Super Jumbo
  • Captain Olaf's Special
  • Super Seaweed Shake
  • Shampoo (For Bubble Buddy)
  • Diet Shampoo (For Bubble Buddy)
  • Krusty Krab Pizza
  • Krusty Kids Meal


Desserts

  • Krabby Cookies
  • Krabby Pies


Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V

In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," the Menu looks like this:

Food Item Price
Krabby Patty $1.25

Menu Edit

Krusty dogs $0.99



Patty $1



Fries $0.50



Hot dogs $1.25



Tacos $0.75



Large patty $1.25



XL patty $1.50



Small patty $0.75



Kelp fries $0.50



DrinksEdit

Kelp Pepsi - $99



Patrickian Punch - $29.99(Because it's so mouth-watering, and plus, Mr Krabs didn't want just 600 extra dollars!)



Sunkelp - $99



Kelpshake - $50.00(Because it has a gross during-taste, but the best after-taste ever)



SpongeBob's Homemade Kelp Pepsi - $5.99 (5 extra dollars because the fry cook created it himself!)



Patrick Pepsi - $99



Mr.Krabs Soda- $500 (When you buy this you get 5 cents off ketchup!)

Owner

In addition to Mr. Krabs, several other people have owned the Krusty Krab from time to time:



Krabby Patty Recipe

NickJr.com has a recipe up for Krabby Patties. Please don't tell Plankton about that!


  • Ingredients
  • 2 tbsp. finely chopped onion 
  • 2 tbsp. finely chopped celery
  • 4-6 tbsp. vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp. thyme
  • 1 lb. frozen imitation crabmeat, (defrosted and finely chopped in a food processor)
  • 3/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs
  • 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard
  • 2 tbsp. mayonnaise (plus 1 cup for dipping sauce)
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • Salt and pepper (to taste)
  • 3 tbsp. ketchup (for dipping sauce)
  • 5 heeping pounds of freshy chopped plankton
  • Start Cooking


    • Step 1 - Sauté the onions and celery in 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. Add the thyme, lower the heat, and cook until the onions are translucent.
    • Step 2 - In a large bowl combine the crabmeat, sautéed onions and celery, bread crumbs, Dijon mustard, mayonnaise, egg, salt and pepper to taste. Stir to combine.
    • Step 3 - Shape into rounds by using a small ice cream scoop, then gently pat flat.
    • Step 4 - Heat 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil in a large skillet. Working in batches (2 to 3 crab cakes at a time) place the crab cakes in a skillet and cook until golden brown, about 2 minutes per side. You may need to add more oil for the second and third batches.
    • Step 5 - Preheat the oven to 400°F. Transfer the crab cakes to the baking pan and bake for 10 minutes. The crab cakes can be kept in a warm oven for approximately 30 minutes, or they may be reheated at serving time. Serve with a kid-friendly dipping sauce. Mix 1 cup of mayonnaise with 3 tablespoons of ketchup.
    • Step 6 - Put the crab cakes in sesame seed buns,pickles, lettuce, patty, tomato, sauce,and another bun.

It can also be found here by this link: http://www.nickjr.com/food/character_food/spongebob/spongebob_crab_cakes.jhtml?minibar=true


Employees

    • Manager & Owner of the Krusty Krab (1976-present)


  • Jim;
    • Head Frycook 1984-1998 (0 episodes)


  • Chef Around the World (1998-present) (proven in 1 episode)
    • Manager of the Krusty Krab 2 (2004) 1 episode
    • Head cashier (1993-2007,2007-) 262 episodes
    • Frycook after SpongeBob replaced him in The Algae's Always Greener


    • Manager of the Krusty Krab 2 (2004) 1 episode
    • Head Frycook (1998-2000,2000-2009, 2009-) All episodes
    • Owner of the Krusty Krab after Mr. Krabs traded SpongeBob the restaurant for his in Patty Hype
    • Co-cashier as seen in The Algae's Always Greener
    • Cashier in the same episode above
    • Cashier and frycook after Squidward became boss and went home to relax, giving SpongeBob both jobs
    • Parking Lot Litter Patrol


    • Recruited by Mr. Krabs as a Krabby Patty chopper for a brief period of time (2000) (as seen in Karate Choppers). 1 episode


    • He joined the "Krusty Crew" as a waiter in the episode "Big Pink Loser". He quit after the episode.
    • He was also hired at The Krusty Krab in the episode "Arrgh!" before getting fired only one second later.(2000-2009)(8 episodes)


  • Pearl Krabs
    • Idealist for the Krusty Krab as seen in the episode Bossy Boots(2000) (1 episode)


  • 3 Teenagers
    • Given jobs after SpongeBob and Squidward went on strike, leaving both their postions available.(2001-2002)


  • King Neptune
    • Made trainee by SpongeBob after refusing to live in Atlantis, leaving his friends. Here is where he learned that he should cook with love, not magic.

(2000-2001)

Inspection

Krusty Krab employees have surprise uniform inspections. Some of the requirements to pass are:

  • Must Have Nametag On
  • Must be Clean
  • Must Shave

If an employee does not pass inspection, they have to wear very stinky boots all day.


Customers

The Krusty Krab is a popular fast food restaurant in Bikini Bottom and usually attracts many customers from all of Bikini Bottom because it's cheap, has the best food under the sea, and Mr. Krabs is less cruel than his rival counterpart Sheldon Plankton. It is here where the customer always comes first and it is the customers who keep the restaurant afloat. In fact, there's even a POOP (People Order Our Patties) policy. When King Neptune accused and froze Mr. Krabs, the customers abandoned the restaurant and were lured into The Chum Bucket and then into evil, under the hands of Sheldon Plankton. There have also been times when the customers have abandoned the restaurant due to minor incidents. Regulars here include Sandy Cheeks, Patrick Star, Larry Lobster, Mrs. Puff, Scooter the surfer dude and many more.


Krusty Krab Training Video

  • 1. From Humble Beginnings
    • Mr. Eugene H. Krabs, owner and founder of Krusty Krab Inc., has always been the financial wizard he is today. After the war, Krabs stayed secluded in a deep depression that seemed endless. His luck changed when he acquired a bankrupt retirement home (Rusty Crab) and with a few minor alterations, The Krusty Krab was born.sounds like alot of-HOOPLA sounds like alot o-HOOPLA sounds like a-HOOPLA HOOPLA- sounds like a lot of hoopla to make over a little Krabby Patty, right? WRONG!
  • 2. The Krusty Krab Today
    • Latest achievements in fast food technology.
      • Spatula: An advanced ,zmxbn,bjschvcwvic
      • Register: An automated money-handling system (Don't touch !).
      • Ice Cubes: High-quality beverage temperature control devices.
      • Straws: Prototype liquid transfer machines.
      • Ketchup: State of the art condiment dispersal units.
      • Note: There is a standing fee, if you don't buy anything.
    • if Moderazation is the Heart of the Krusty Krab.
    • then Employees are the Liver and gall-bladder. Two Types of employees:
      • Good: Is poised; confidant; and has a smile on his face that says, “Hello world! May I take your order?”
      • and for every good employee theres one thats not so good Is inattentive; impatient;a glazed look in the eyes; Wears an “I Really Wish I Weren’t Here Right Now!” button.
  • 3. Training
    • POOP, a carefully orgainized code
      • People
      • Order
      • Our
      • Patties

Here is a customer. I wonder what he would like a)a sofa. b)an expensive haircut or c)a Krabby patty.

  • 4. Personal Hygiene
    • Scrub hands thoroughly. Get under fingernails. Scrub the knuckles. Palms must be squeaky clean.
    • Polish shoes.
    • Clear face of any blemishes or boils.
    • Hair is neat and tidy and you are ready to make a crabby patty.
  • 5. Your Work Station
    • Keep area tidy and free of droppings.
    • Need supplies. Keep supplies well organized.Looks like spondgebobs got the idea.
  • 6. Interfacing with your Boss.
  • 7. The Customer (the "Krustomer")
    • The money (customer) is always right
  • 8. Emergency Situation
    • In every goal in king neptune most people consider the crabby patty as a jewel but whith every treasure there is someone ready to steal it. It's plankton what are you going to do mr. SquarePants. Good work mr. SquarePants
  • 9. Making a Krabby Patty
    • The Krabby Patty is what keeps the Krusty Krab alive and thriving.
    • And the The Secret Formula is...(The episode ends)


Polices and Disclaimers

  • Krusty Krab policy clearly states that once the burger has reached the customer, it is his or her responsibility.
  • The Krabby Patty formula is the sole property of the Krusty Krab and only is only to be discussed in part or in whole with its creator, Mr. Krabs. Duplication of this formula is punishable by law. Restrictions apply, results may vary.
  • The customer is always right.
  • No free Napkins.
  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; 2nd revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3A: All staff must remain on the premises until the days recites are fully accounted for.
  • The Krusty Krab Employee Manual; 2nd revised edition; page 35; section 19; Clause 3B: The proprietor reserves the right to be unfair.
  • Money back guarantee.
  • Everyone's money is good here.
  • At the Krusty Krab, we serves all kinds.
  • Think of the customer.
  • No Free Refills
  • We never deny a guest, even the most ridiculous request.


Additional Locations

  • The Krusty Krab II, located next to the original.
    • Squidward was manager there from March 7 to March 14.
    • SpongeBob became Manager on March 14.


Competition

The Chum Bucket, owned by Sheldon Plankton, a competitor, is across the street. The Krusty Krab is far more successful than the Chum Bucket due primarily to the good food of the Krusty Krab, but also to the cruelty of Plankton to other residents of Bikini Bottom. Plankton has consistently tried to steal the "secret recipe" for the Krabby Patty so as to duplicate it and gain more customers, but he was always unsuccessful, until he gained control of the Krabby Patty secret formula with his "Plan Z" in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.


Destruction

The Krusty Krab was destroyed in an unusually high number of episodes.

  • Employee of the Month: SpongeBob and Squidward's excessively competitive battle for Employee of the Month leads to them making too many krabby patties, forcing the restaurant to explode.
  • Suds: SpongeBob's case of the suds leads to one massive sneeze near the Krusty Krab, which leaves the restaurant in pieces.
  • Wormy: The entire of Bikini Bottom is razed in an attempt to destroy the "monster."
  • Squid on Strike: Mr.Krabs hired teenagers to work here because 1.Squidward got fired 2. SpongeBob and Squidward goes on strike."
  • Skill Crane: Squidward was not as skilled with a real crane as he expected.
  • SpongeHenge: Hurricane-force winds blow away the whole exterior of the restaurant.


Trivia

  • Stephen Hillenburg's original name for the Krusty Krab was the "Crusty Crab," but he thought the K's were funnier.
    Steven Hillenburg was once going to call SpongeBob's friend Patrick, Bob. But he thought Patrick was more of a dumbish name!


See Also

  • Sbpsponge SpongeBob:


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The Galley Grub is the menu of the Krusty Krab. The menu is shown differently at times. The menus usually contain meals, side dishes, and beverages. The Krabby Patty is present on every menu ever shown. In "Pickles," it was revealed in very small, almost impossible-to-read print that refunds are guaranteed, but in other episodes there are no refunds, or there may be, but because it's so small and impossible to read unless the camera focuses directly onto the guarantee, it's impossible to determine if a menu got it written. The biggest menu that has been made was shown in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V."


(Krabby Patty is misspelled again)
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Krabby Patty ----- $2.99 (Ninety Nine Cents on Wednesday)
with cheese ----- $3.99
Krabby Combo ----- $3.99
Kiddie Meal ----- $1.99[1](changed to $4.99)
Krabby Fries ----- $2.99



List of items

In various other episodes, there are foods and drinks mentioned, but not shown in the Galley Grub. Some of the products are even mentioned more than once, whether or not they are in the Galley Grub.


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Menu in Trivia Book

In the books, Trivia Book and Ready for Laughs, the following menu is:


  • Double Krabby Patty
  • Krusty Combo
  • Crying Jonnie
  • Bubble Bass Special
  • Minnow Meal
  • Oyster Skins
  • Fries
  • Salty Shakes
  • Dr. Kelp
  • Diet Dr. Kelp


Other items

Sandwiches

  • Super Patty
  • Bubble Bass Special


Meals

  • Minnow Meal
  • Triple Decker


Sides

  • Oyster Skins
  • Krabby Fries & Small fries
  • Hashbrowns


Drinks

  • Salty Shake
  • Dr. Kelp
  • Kelpsi-Cola A.K.A. Krabby Cola
  • Juice Box


Others

  • Happy Snacks
  • Toys


Trivia

  • There appears to be a smaller green menu accompanied by the menu.
  • In "Imitation Krabs," Mr. Krabs was asked by SpongeBob how much a Krabby Patty costs. He replies "$2.99," but in most other episodes that feature the Gallery Grub, the Krabby Patty is said to cost less than what Mr. Krabs stated.
  • Sometimes, Krabby Patty is misspelled as "Krabby Pattie."
  • The Monster Krabby Patty may have been a reference to the "Heart Attack Grill," a similar looking burger in real life. It may also be a reference to McDonald's secret menu item, the Monster Mac, which is a Big Mac with 8 patties and an optional 8 slices of cheese, mainly as Squidward mentioned it was a rare order, as secret menu item's rarely are ordered for being, quote un-quote, secret.


References

  1. ^ "as seen in Truth or Square
  2. ^ as seen in "Overbooked"

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Season 1 Menu

This is the list of the food of Krusty Krab in Cartoon City (Note: If there are new food combine it with the rest of the old food)

Burgers

Type Of Food Cost

Cheese Burger $45.15


Meat Burger w/ ketchup $50.00

Drinks

Type Of Drink Cost

Salty Shake $12.00


Lemonade $10.10


Water $1.00


Orange Juice $20.00

Main Course

Type Of Food

Cost

Krusty Chicken $100.25

Menu

  • Breakfast
    • ​SpongeCakes ............................. $4.99
    • Bulbatoast .................................. $2.99
    • Krabby Toast .............................. $2.99
    • Star Omelet ................................ $5.99
    • Veggie Omelet ............................ $2.50
    • Super Omelet .............................. $9.20
    • Evolving Pancake ......................... $9.50
    • Mini Pancake .............................. $2.10
    • Krabby 5 ..................................... $2.55
    • Original Bacon and Eggs .............. $5.99
    • SpongeBob's Special Breakfast .... $12.99
      • SpongeCakes
      • Krabby Toast
      • Star Omelet 
      • Krabby 5
    • Pikachu's Special Breakfast ....... $14.99
      • Bulbatoast
      • Evlolving Pancake
      • Original Bacon and Eggs
      • Super Omelet
  • Lunch 
    • Macaroni and Cheese .............. $4.99
    • Hamburger .............................. $4.99
      • Extra Cheese .................. $0.95
      • Extra Ketchup ................. $0.10
    • Pikachu's Hot Dog .................... $2.50
    • SpongeBob's Special Patty ....... $2.50
    • Magikarp Sushi.......................... $4.99
  • Dessert
    • ​SpongeBob's SpongeCake ................... $6.50
    • Ash's Pokémon Themed Cake


      • ​Bulbasaur ................................... $2.00
      • Charmander ................................ $2.00
      • Squirtle ...................................... $2.00
  • Dinner


    • Reshiram's Sandwich .......................... $6.00

Staff and Employees

Former Employees

  • Squidward Tentacles (worked from 1997 - 2011, 2012-  present) joined the Krusty Krew in 1997 as revealed in The Bikini Bottom because he is old enough to have a job. He quit in 2011 in Help Wanted Again and became a clarinet player in tournaments, but he was rehired in February 2012. On June 1, 2012, he finally became employee of the month.
  • Patrick Star (worked in Krusty Krab 2000, 2002, 2006 - 2007 and 2009) joined the "Krusty Krew" as a waiter in the episode "Big Pink Loser," quitting after the episode. He was hired at the Krusty Krab in the episode "Arrgh!," only to be immediately fired. In addition, he was hired by Squidward as a hat-taker in "Squilliam Returns" when Squidward took over the restaurant to impress Squilliam. In "Bummer Vacation," he took over for SpongeBob as fry cook, while he was on vacation. Also In [That's No Lady, while disguised as Patricia, Patrick was the waiter/waitress of the Krusty Krab. In "Banned in Bikini Bottom," Patrick worked as the bouncer to the secret Krusty Krab. Also, he worked at the Krusty Krab in the episode, "Pat No Pay" because he did not have money to pay for Krabby Patties. Then, in "No Hat for Pat" Mr. Krabs hired him to hold a sign. He was fired in May 2012 for harassment. He was rehired as an employee in the episode, The Krustytanic
  • Sandy Cheeks (worked in 1999) was recruited by Mr. Krabs as a Krabby Patty chopper for a brief period of time as seen in "Karate Choppers"
  • Pearl Krabs (worked in 2000) was the idealist for the Krusty Krab in "Bossy Boots".
  • Eugene H. Krabs (worked in 2002) was hired by Squidward as head cook in "Squilliam Returns," but was found to be a horrible chef, creating a monster appetizer that destroyed the Krusty Krab.
  • King Neptune (worked in 2000) - After SpongeBob wins the Krabby Patty tournament in "Neptune's Spatula," King Neptune becomes SpongeBob's trainee.
  • Three teenagers (worked in 2001) were given jobs after SpongeBob and Squidward went on strike, leaving both their positions available.
  • A teenaged fish asked for a job application in "The Graveyard Shift".
  • Jim (c. 1985 - ?1999), also known as the Original Fry Cook In the episode "The Original Fry Cook" and probably retired in the 1990s. He resigned due to negotiation troubles with Mr. Krabs about his pension (Mr. Krabs never listened when Jim asked for a raise, finally just walking out, and not returning for about 20 Years). Jim was the best employee ever.
  • Clown worked with the Krusty crew during the filming of the commercial to relieve stress. He was happy because he had a remaining job in "As Seen On TV" at the Krusty Krab. It's not known what his job is, but he probably cheers kids.
  • Karen the Computer once worked at the Krusty Krab in a SpongeBob comic, because Plankton was treating her unfairly.
  • Fancy French Guy Came to the Krusty Krab during the exchange program in "Le Big Switch",and puts the Krusty Krab in bankruptcy,due to his demands for expensive fancy stuff.
  • Stanley S. SquarePants - SpongeBob's cousin who took over for Squidward temporarily in "Stanley S. SquarePants."
  • Gary the Snail - served as a waiter for the secret Krusty Krab in "Banned in Bikini Bottom." He also worked as a refree when a hockey team practiced in the frozen Krusty Krab in "Krabs a la Mode." Also a Wet-Floor Sign but had slimeall over the floor in "New Digs". He also was the "cleaner of the ick" in "Fungus Among Us".
  • Talking Donut - Worked in October 2011 as a waiter in the episode "Ghoul Fools". He got eaten by a huge skull monster but it is possible that he grew back, considering he can shapeshift.
  • Conrad (worked in 2005,2007,2008,2009,2010,2012,2013) - He first joined the Krusty Krew in the episode "Dying for Krabby Patties" in Season 19. He was only seen in scenery. He was mostly seen in the episodes in Season 25, in about every three episode, not counting "Sandy and Pearl". He has been rehired once every year as of 2007, but in 2013 he was fired about a hour after he started cause he was elected the king of Land of Fish in the episode "SpongeBob visits the Land of Fish" in Season 32.
  • Duffield SquarePants - He is now part as the krusty krew, known as the busboy, Seen in The First Episode of Life of the Duffield's deck.

This is a list of Food/Drink in Bikini Bottom


Food/Drink

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Angel Donut
Barnacle Chips
 
Barnacle Loaf
Bon-Bons
Bran Flakes
 
Bubbly Water
 
Canned Bread
 
Canned Coral
Chip
Chopped Liver
Chopper Burger
 
Chum Balls
Chum Nuggets
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Chum Patty
  
Chumstick
 
Devil Donut
Enchiladas
Gummy
  
Holographic Meatloaf
 
Hot Dog
 
Ice Cream
Jim Patty
 
Kelp-O
KelpShake
 
Kiddie Meal
 
Krabby Patty
Krusty Kiddie Meal
Krusty Krab Pizza
 
Marsh King
  
Mayo
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Bran Flakes
Mild Bobby Sauce
Monster Krabby Patty
  
Mr. Fish's Chips
 
Patty
 
Peas
 
Pipsqueak Patty
Pop Kelp
 
Pretty Patties
 
Sea-Nut Butter
Salad Bar
Sandwich
Smoked Sausages
Snail Milk
Snail Nip
 
Snail-Po
 
Sponge Cake
SpongeBob's Sundae
 
Spongy Patty
 
Steak Sauce
Swedish Barnacle Balls
Synthetic Krabby Patties
  
Tangy Spongy Sauce
Tartar Sauce
Triple Gooberberry Sunrise
Urchin Chips
Volcano Sauce
Yellow Popsicle


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This is a list of food and drink that make appearances and/or are mentioned in the SpongeBob SquarePants series. Although there are several food items in the series that are real food, the series also features numerous food and drink items that are solely a part of the SpongeBob SquarePants universe. Some of these items are parodies of actual food and/or drink items.  ==Within the SpongeBob SquarePants Universe== For the food sold at the Krusty Krab, see the Galley Grub. {| class="wikitable" border="1" cellspacing="0" |- abp="946" ! abp="947" | Item ! abp="948" | Notes ! abp="949" | Image |- abp="950" | abp="951" |Barnacle Loaf | abp="953" |It looks like salami sausage and also in the middle of it, it looks like it has small circle shaped grooves inside. It is red, or maroon, in color. It only Appeared in the Season 1 episode "Karate Choppers." It is a spoof of meatloaf. | abp="955" |84px |- abp="957" | abp="958" |Blancmange | abp="960" |A food in which SpongeBob offered to Squidward in the Season 6 episode: "Squid's Visit." However, Squidward doesn't know what it is. As shown in the episode, it is a gelatinous dessert of the color of magenta with a light cream and a cherry on top. It looks a bit like purplish pink jello. | abp="964" |70px |- abp="967" | abp="968" | Bon-Bons | abp="971" |Chocolate balls that are popular with 8 year olds. They are enjoyed by Squidward as a part of his midlife crisis. Sergeant Sam Rodrick also used it to challenge someone to not eat in the classroom. They appeared in two Season 4 episodes: "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" and "Good Neighbors." Where Squidward is Eating it But Spits It Out When SpongeBob And Patrick Apper. It appears in a simple yellow box that reads Bon-Bon. | abp="974" |90px |- abp="976" | abp="977" |Bran Flakes | abp="979" |A brand of cereal that is a spoof of Corn Flakes. Old Man Jenkins once mistook SpongeBob for a box of Bran Flakes. It was seen on the Season 3 episode: As Seen on TV. Old Man Jenkins probably eats it and watched the commercial of Bran Flakes. | abp="983" |90px |- abp="985" | abp="986" |Fried Oyster Skins | abp="988" |A food that Patrick mentioned in "Squidville." Patrick had three orders of it and accidentally knocked the guards unconscious with his bad breath, which allowed SpongeBob and Patrick inside Tentacle Acres. They were probably made from oysters and may be related to pork rinds. | abp="990" |90px |- abp="992" | abp="993" |Holographic Meatloaf | abp="995" |A dish seen in the Season 3 episode, "The Algae's Always Greener." It is prepared by Karen for Plankton and may be the only meal she knows how to make, as indicated by Plankton's displeasure at seeing it, saying "Holographic meatloaf...again!" Given that it is a hologram, whether or not the meatloaf has any nutritional value is unknown. Holographic Meatloaf simply looks like a meatloaf hologram, which is strangely edible. It is indicated as Plankton's favorite, as at the end of the episode, he says, "Holographic meatloaf...my favorite!" Plankton eats this with a can or cup of soda. Olives appear as a side dish. | abp="997" |90px |- abp="999" | abp="1000" |Jellyfish Jelly Patty | abp="1002" |A Krabby Patty with jellyfish jelly on it. It only was on the Krusty Krab menu for about a day in the season 2 episode, Jellyfish Hunter which gave Mr. Krabs get an idea to capture jellyfish. There was also a jelly patty with blue jelly made by Friend, the blue jellyfish. The patties appear to be a normal Krabby Patty, only with jellyfish jelly on them. | abp="1003" |90px |- abp="1005" | abp="1006" |Kelp Jerky | abp="1009" |A spoof of Beef Jerky; Kelp Jerky is also sold at the Krusty Krab, as it has been shown on the Galley Grub. In the Season 6 episode "Sun Bleached," Patrick places two pieces of it in front of SpongeBob's buck teeth to make him look tan. In another Season 6 episode, "Porous Pockets," SpongeBob and Patrick eat Kelp Jerky while they watch trucks of money pour in front of SpongeBob's house. They appear in little yellow bags that read "Kelp Jerky" in red letters. | abp="1012" |90px |- abp="1014" | abp="1015" |Kelp Nougat Crunch | abp="1017" |A candy bar that appeared in the Season 1 episode, "Rock Bottom." It is made from kelp nougat and comes in red packaging. | abp="1019" |90px |- abp="1021" | abp="1022" |Kelp Shake | abp="1025" |A drink made of mostly Kelp Juice. It appears in "Best Frenemies." It is a parody of a milkshake, but it is green. However, the Bikini Bottomites who drank it turned green and hairy sometime after drinking it. | abp="1026" |80px |- abp="1028" | abp="1029" |Pop Kelp | abp="1031" |A spoof of popcorn. In the episode "Something Smells," a pop kelp machine is visible at the Reef Cinema's snack bar. It turns out to be green, like Kelp. | abp="1034" |90px |- abp="1036" | abp="1037" |Seahorse Radish | abp="1039" |A spoof of horseradish. In the episode Nasty Patty, it is the second ingredient put on the patty to attempt to choke the health inspector that SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs thought was fake. | abp="1041" |90px |- abp="1043" | abp="1044" |Seanut Brittle | abp="1046" |A spoof of peanut brittle, as seen in the episode Pranks a Lot as a prank/booby trap. There is likely seanut brittle to eat as well. | abp="1047" |90px |- abp="1049" | abp="1050" |SpongeBob's Exercise Shake | abp="1052" |A shake created by SpongeBob. It was shown in the episode "The Great Snail Race," when SpongeBob made the shake and gave it to Gary. Gary did not want SpongeBob's shake, so he slithered away to watch TV. It was made with nails, raw eggs, and other manly objects. | abp="1054" |80px |- abp="1056" | abp="1057" |SpongeBob's Sundae | abp="1059" |A sundae created by SpongeBob in Season 2's "Something Smells." The sundae consisted of ketchup, onions, peanut butter and peanuts from a peanut plant. Only SpongeBob and Patrick consumed the sundae, which gave them stinky breath. The peanuts put in were rotten. It smelled really bad. This gave SpongeBob rancid breath that caused others to run away from him. | abp="1061" |90px |- abp="1063" | abp="1064" |Swedish Barnacle Balls | abp="1066" |A canned food which was revealed that Squidward ate in the episode, The Camping Episode" They are packaged in red cans. They can also be cooked or roasted, and they will become hot and steamy. They are a parody of Swedish Meatballs. They were likely made in Sweden. | abp="1068" |75px |- abp="1070" | abp="1071" |Yummy Stuff | abp="1073" |In Growth Spout, Squidward had assorted containers of unseen food stenciled with the phrase "YUMMY STUFF." They included baguettes. They may be delivered as snack packs, similar to brands such as Naturebox. | abp="1075" |90px |- abp="1077" | abp="1078" |Sea Horse Milk | abp="1081" |Sea Horse Milk is a fresh and mellow milk in the city of Bikini Bottom. Because SpongeBob ignored it in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?," it changed into a rotten blob, and Patrick ate it, and he shuddered after it was swallowed. It only appeared on "Have You Seen This Snail?" It is possible that citizens drink it. | abp="1086" |60px |- abp="1088" | abp="1089" | Drinkable Sausage | abp="1092" | As the name suggests, it is a sausage turned into a liquid. It is one of Patrick's favorite drinks. Appeared in the episode "Model Sponge." Knowing it is meat in liquid form, it probably does not taste good. | abp="1095" |96px |- abp="1097" | abp="1098" |Rusty on Rye | abp="1099" | The Rusty on Rye is a sandwich made from two pieces of driftwood, with spackle in the middle, and dipped in shellac. It was served at Rusty's Rib Eye. It is unknown how the citizens could eat it but Old Man Jenkins was able to eat it. Appeared in the episode "Séance Shméance." | abp="1102" |90px |} ==Gallery== Regular.png|Jelly Sandwich made by SpongeBob. Spongemund.jpg|SpongeBob after eating his Sundae. Blu.png|Blue Jelly Sandwich not made by SpongeBob, but from the Blue jellyfish "Friend". ==Items that are also in the real world== *Apples - appear in "A Flea in Her Dome," "Boating School," "Sun Bleached," "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III," "Missing Identity," "Scaredy Pants," "Party Pooper Pants," "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve," "SquidBob TentaclePants," and "Wormy." They are mentioned in "Dying for Pie," and "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm." *Bagguettes - In "Growth Spout." *Bananas - In "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost," "Something Smells," Prehibernation Week," and "Funny Pants," "The Bully," and other episodes as a peel. *Boysenberries - In the comic for "Dying For Pie." *Bon-Bons - In "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" and "Good Neighbors." *Bran Flakes - In "As Seen on TV." *Bran Muffin - mentioned in "Spy Buddies." *Bread *Brownies - In "Are You Happy Now?" *Buns - appear in several episodes. *Burger *Burrito - mentioned in "Face Freeze!" and sort of seen in "SpongeBob You're Fired." *Butter *Cake - appears in "Breath of Fresh Squidward," "A Flea in Her Dome," "Blackened Sponge," "Friend or Foe," "Grandma's Kisses," "I Had an Accident," "Good Neighbors," "No Free Rides," "Opposite Day," "Overbooked," "Squidville," "The Sponge Who Could Fly," "Waiting," "Party Pooper Pants," "Plankton!", "Pranks a Lot," "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired," "To Save a Squirrel," "Mooncation" and "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" It's mentioned in "Cephalopod Lodge," and "Graveyard Shift." *Candy Tires - In "Hello Bikini Bottom!" *Cappuccino *Carrots - In "To Save A Squirrel," "Le Big Switch," "Sweet and Sour Squid," "SpongeBob You're Fired," "A Pal for Gary," (as a toy), "Hide and Then What Happens?", and "Demolition Doofus." *Casserole - In "Squid's Visit." *Cheese - Various episodes *Cheesecake - Mentioned in "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One." *Cherries - In "Something Smells", and mentioned in "Dying for Pie" *Cherry Pie - In "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost." *Chicken - Mentioned in "Something Smells," seen in "Walking the Plankton." *Chili - In "Pest of the West " and "Doing Time" *Chocolate Bars - Appear in "Chocolate with Nuts," "Life of Crime," and "House Fancy" *Chocolate Milk - In "Fear of a Krabby Patty" *Coconut milk - Mentioned by Sandy Cheeks in "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom". *Coffee - Various episodes, notably "Missing Identity" and "Krabby Land". *Cookies - appear in "Grandma's Kisses," "Can You Spare a Dime?" and "Krusty Towers", and other episodes *Corn - In "Walking the Plankton" *Cotton Candy - appears in "Valentine's Day," "To Love a Patty," "Stuck in the Wringer, and "Sing a Song of Patrick" *Cracker - In "Growth Spout" *Croutons  - Mentioned in "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom." *Cucumber -  mentioned in "Squiditis", seen in "SpongeBob You're Fired". *Deviled Eggs - appear in "Have You Seen This Snail?" and "Party Pooper Pants". *Donuts - appear in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy," "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve," "Karate Island," "The Donut of Shame" and "Ghoul Fools." *Eggs - appears in "Le Big Switch." *Enchiladas - In "A Pal for Gary." *Fettuccine - In "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups." *Fish Sticks - Notable appearance in "The Fry Cook Games." *French Fries - appear in several episodes *Frosting - appears in "The Donut of Shame," "Blackened Sponge," "Whale of a Birthday," "No Weenies Allowed," and other episodes *Fruit Cake -In "It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" and "Christmas Who?" *Fruit Danish - In "Spy Buddies." *Gingerbread Men - Appeared in "BlackJack" *Granola - Mentioned in "To Save a Squirrel." *Grapes - In "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost" and "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups." *Gum - In "Gift of Gum", "Porous Pockets" and "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful". *Exploding Chewing Gum - In "Pranks a Lot." *Gummy fish - In "Ditchin'" *Gummy worms - In "Frozen Face-Off" *Ham - Mentioned in "The Great Patty Caper." *Hash Brown - In "Patrick's Staycation." *Hot Chocolate - In "Boating Buddies." *Hot Dogs - Mentioned in "The Chaperone"; appeared in "Walking Small","Krusty Dogs", Karate Star, and SpongeBob You're Fired. *Ice Cream - In several episodes *Iced tea - appears in "Tea at the Treedome." *Jello - appears in "That Sinking Feeling." *Jellybeans - In "Frozen Face-Off" and "F.U.N." *Juice - Various episodes *KelpShake - appeared in "Best Frenemies." *Ketchup - Appears in several episodes. *Latte - Mentioned in "A SquarePants Family Vacation" *Lemon - In "Walking the Plankton." *Lemonade - Mentioned in "Sailor Mouth" and "Glove World R.I.P.," appears in "The Great Patty Caper," "Survival of the Idiots," "Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom," and "Lights, Camera, Pants!" (a video game). *Lettuce - Various episodes *Lima Beans - Appeared in "Krabby Land" and mentioned in "Fools in April" *Lime *Lollipops - In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy," "Suds," "One Krabs Trash," and "Life of Crime." *Macaroni - In "The Inmates of Summer." *Marshmallows - In "The Camping Episode." *Mashed Potatoes *Mayo - Appears in several episodes *Meatballs - Mentioned in "The Main Drain" *Milk *Milkshake – The Krusty Krab is shown to serve a pink colored milkshake as appeared in "Ghoul Fools." It also appeared in "License to Milkshake" *Mustard - Appears in several episodes. *Nachos - In "Have You Seen This Snail?" *Nuts - appear in "Chimps Ahoy," "Chocolate with Nuts," "Porous Pockets," "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm," "Something Smells," "Hello Bikini Bottom!" and "Squidtastic Voyage." Mentioned in "The Great Snail Race," I'm with Stupid," "Naughty Nautical Neighbors," "Pressure," "Sandy's Rocket," and "Valentine's Day." *Onions - In various episodes. *Onion Rings - In "No Nose Knows." *Oranges *Orange Juice *Pastries *Pancakes - In "Have You Seen This Snail?" *Peanuts *Peas - In "Texas" and "Squilliam Returns" *Peanuts - In "The Smoking Peanut" and others; mentioned in "Growth Spout" *Peanut butter - in "Sandy's Rocket" *Pecan pie - Mentioned in "Texas" *Pepperoni *Pickles - Various episodes, most notably in "Pickles" *Pie - In "Pie" *Pineapple *Pizza - Various episodes, most notably in "Pizza Delivery" *Popcorn - Various episodes *Potatoes - Mentioned in "Fear of a Krabby Patty" *Potato Chips - Mentioned in Drive Thru, seen in "I Had an Accident" and "The Clash of Triton" *Potato Salad - In "Wishing You Well" and "No Weenies Allowed." *Pot pie - In "Karen 2.0" *Pretzels - In "Hello Bikini Bottom!" *Pumpernickel *Punch - In "The Chaperone" and "Party Pooper Pants." *Razzberries - Mentioned in "Dying for Pie" *Ribs - In "Wishing You Well" *Root Beer - Mentioned in "Plankton's Army" and seen in "The Slumber Party." *Roast Beef - Mentioned in "Something Smells." *Rye *Salad - Appeared in a few episodes including "Bossy Boots." *Sandwich - Appeared in "I ♥ Dancing." *Sausage *Sesame seeds *Smoked Sausages - In "Club SpongeBob" *Soda - In "Naughty Nautical Neighbors," mentioned in "My Pretty Seahorse" and "Best Frenemies" *Squidward Souffle- In "Naughty Nautical Neighbors." *Soup *Soy Bean - In "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom." *Spongecake - In "To Save A Squirrel" and "InSPONGEiac." *Stew *Stir Fry - In "Karen 2.0." *Sugarplum *Sundae - Appears in "Something Smells." *Syrup - In "Have You Seen This Snail?" *Tacos - Mentioned in "Welcome to the Chum Bucket" and seen in "SpongeBob You're Fired." *Tea *Tomatoes - Various episodes *Tuna *Toast - In "Krabby Land" and "Pranks a Lot." *Volcano Sauce - In "Karate Choppers," "SquidBob TentaclePants," and "Nasty Patty." *Watermelon - appeared in the episodes "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost," "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups," "Sweet and Sour Squid." "Doing Time," "Hello Bikini Bottom!" and "Bucket Sweet Bucket." ==Gallery== 180px-Apple-Worm.jpg|Apple (with worm) Ripped Pants Gallery (35).jpg|Buns (with sand) Life of Crime 65.png|Chocolate bar Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Gallery (07).jpg|Donuts SBj37.png|Fish sticks Plankton in Christmas Who?-4.png|Fruit cake I Had an Accident 20.jpg|Ice cream Frozen Face-Off 39.jpg|Jellybeans (with Plankton) Images (628).jpg|Ketchup Sti3.jpg|Lemonade Lima beans.png|Lima beans Lollipopsmile.png|Lollipop Artist.jpg|Macaroni (with glue) Mayo.jpg|Mayo Lm1.jpg|Milkshake Adds a mustard.jpg|Mustard PeasinaCanPie.jpg|Peas (in pie) SBg54.png|Pickles ExplodingPie.png|Pie Pizza Delivery Gallery (30).jpg|Pizza I Had an Accident 13.jpg|Potato chip KuddlyKrabSalad.jpg|Salad (made from Krabby Patty ingredients) To Save a Squirrel 50.jpg|Sponge cake Tuna in Hooky.png|Tuna Volcano Sauce Hot.jpg|Volcano sauce Doing Time 006.png|Watermelon ===Other foods and drinks=== ==Minor food==
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* The Chocolate Balloon from "Valentine's Day." * Jellyfish Jelly * Canned Bread ==Bikini Bottom's Food and Drinks== *Yummy Bunz *Crispity Crunchies *Wow! Soup *SpongeBob's Exercise Shake *Yellow Popsicle *Spongy Patties *Super Double Triple Patty *Chum on a Stick * Buttered Barnacles * Canned Bread * Chili Kelp Fries * Chum Burger * Chum Chili * Chumbalaya * Chummy Joes * Coral Bits * Crunchy Kelp Dog * Weenie Hut Jr. Hot Dog * Weenie Hut Jr. Shake * Foot Long * Golden Loaf *Kelp Cheese - In "Walking the Plankton." * Kelp Bits * Krabby Newburg * Minnow Meal * Monster Krabby Patty * Patty Newberg * Pretty Patties * Triple Krabby Supreme * Enchiladas Template:Food ==Menu==

Appetizers

  • Coral-tacos with salsa ... $8.91
  • Tacos filled with beans and reef fried coral!.....$2.75
  • Nautical Nachos With Spicy Coral Dip ... $3.25
  • Barnacle Beans With Seaside Salsa ... $4.50
  • Mini krusty dog Sampler ... $6.25
  • Loaded Potato Burrito - $3.52
  • Quesarito - $23.00
  • Nacho - $24.99
  • Meximelt Burrito - $6.25
  • Chicken Burrito - $5.25
  • Scones - Price Unknown (appeared in The Critic)
  • Krabby Shrooms - Price Unkown (appeared in The Critic)
  • Veggie Works - $2.29
  • Combo Burritos - $2.29
  • Del Beef Burritos - $2.39
  • Crunchy Tacos - $1.09
  • Crispy Potato Soft Taco - $1.19
  • Cheesy Roll ups - $0.89
  • Shredded Chicken Burritos - $1.69

Soups

  • Soup du Jib ... $3.50
  • Shell Soup (regular or extra crunchy) ... $3.50
  • Goo Lagoon Gumbo ... $3.50

Salads

  • Portside Mushrooms Over Seaweed ... $4.35
  • Chef's Salad (if you don't mind eating his leftovers) ... $5.50
  • Corned Barnacles Over Kelp ... $3.50

Entrees

Fixin's

  • Seahorse radish Sauce ... $0.24
  • Silt and Pepper ... 24¢
  • Anchovy Paste ... 24¢

Desserts

Beverages

Bill

  • Room...$220.00
  • Pool...$80.00
  • Sauna...$20.00
  • Hamburger...$25.00

Toys

See page "Krusty Krabs Toys"

Galley Grub

(Bolded and italic items mean that they are new)

(Also, the first bullet list stands for the item, the 2nd bullet list stands for the flavor variations and such, and the 3rd bullet list is the sizes for the item.)

  • Krabby Patty - $1.25
    • Regular Krabby Patty - $2.99 (now regularly with cheese)
    • Spicy Krabby Patty - $2.50
    • Krabby Patty Deluxe - $3.00
    • Double Krabby Patty - $3.00
    • Hamburger - $1.95
    • Sausage Egg & Cheese Biscuit
      • Each - $2.09
      • Combo - $4.09
    • Krusty Dog - $3.99
      • W/Cheese - $4.99
    • McChicken Sandwich - $5.37
    • Grilled Cheese Sandwich - $1.99
    • Chili Cheeseburger - $0.55
    • Monster Biscuit - $3.49
    • Whopper - $3.58
    • Bacon Burger - $5.25
    • Bacon Cheeseburger - $5.85
    • Rookie Burger - $3.55
    • Rookie Cheeseburger - $4.25
    • Rookie Bacon Burger - $4.25
    • Rookie Bacon Cheeseburger - $4.85
    • Fish Burger - $4.25
    • Teriyaki Burger - $4.25
    • Footlong - $2.00
    • Minnow Meal - $10.99
    • Krabby Meal - $10.00
    • Roast beef Sandwich - $2.89
    • Jumbo Jack Cheeseburger
      • Combo - $5.99
      • Each - $2.99
    • Spicy Sriracha
      • Combo - $7.19
      • Each - $5.19
    • Double Jack
      • Combo - $7.29
      • Each - $5.59
    • Classic Buttery Jack
      • Combo - $6.99
      • Each - $4.89
    • Bacon & Swiss Buttery Jack
      • Combo - $7.49
      • Each - $5.39
    • Ultimate Cheeseburger
      • Combo - $7.19
      • Each - $5.49
    • Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger
      • Combo - $7.69
      • Each - $5.99
    • Mixed Fruit Tarts - $3.00
    • Croissan'wich
      • Combo - $3.79
      • Each - $2.39
    • Double Whopper - $4.01
    • Mushroom Swiss Patty - $1.55
    • BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger - $1.55
    • Cheese Hamburger - $2.25
    • Breakfast Jack - $1.88
    • Paté Chaud - $1.40
    • The Breakfast Burger
      • Combo - $5.19
      • Each - $3.39
    • Western Bacon
      • Combo - $6.49
      • Each - $3.79
    • Cheese Steak-burger
      • Single - $3.99
      • Double - $4.99
    • Mini Cheese Hamburger Sliders - $1.50
    • Breakfast for Dinner - $5.00
    • Grilled Breakfast Sandwich
      • Each - $3.89
      • Combo - $5.79
    • Monster Biscuit - $4.99
    • Sausage Biscuit - $10.99
    • Bacon Biscuit
      • Small Combo - $3.99
      • Biscuit - $2.29
    • Egg 'n' Cheese McMuffin - $0.99
      • Pipsqueak Patty (Krabby Patty for toddlers) - $1.00
      • Junior Krabby Patty (Small) - $1.00
      • Medium - $2.00
      • Large - $3.00
      • Extra Large - $4.00
    • Super Patty - $4.45
    • Crying Johnny (with extra onions) - $2.00
      • Monster Krabby Patty (Huge) - $10.50
    • Krabby Patty with Jelly - $19.99
    • Krabby Patty with Blue Jelly - $9.99
    • Roast Beef Patty - $1.00
    • Ham & Cheese Melt Patty - $1.00
    • Roast Beef Sandwich - $2.89
    • Roast Beef Patty Melt
      • Each - $2.99
      • Combo - $5.01
    • Big Mac
      • Combo - $5.59
      • Each - $3.79
    • Sourdough Breakfast Sandwich
      • Combo - $4.69
      • Each - $2.89
    • 'Whopper
      • Sandwich - $4.59
      • Regular Meal - $6.69
    • Quarter Pound Cheeseburger
      • Sandwich - Price not Given
      • Regular Meal - Price not Given
    • Whopper Bacon & Cheese
      • Sandwich - $5.59
      • Regular Meal - $7.69
  • Kelp Fries
    • Regular Kelp Fries - $2.00
    • Spicy Kelp Fries - $2.50
    • Extra Salty Kelp Fries - $2.50
    • Hash Brown Nuggets - $1.29
    • Double Western Bacon
      • Combo - $7.49
      • Sandwich - $4.89
    • Sweet Kelp Fries - $2.50
      • Small - $1.00
      • Medium - $2.00
      • Large - $3.00
      • Extra Large - $4.00
  • Krusty Dog
    • Regular Krusty Dog - $2.50
    • W/cheese - $3.00
    • Veggie Dog - $3.00
    • Krusty Deluxe Dog - $3.00
      • Small - $1.50
      • Medium - $2.00
      • Large - $3.00
      • Extra Large - $3.50
  • Coral Bits
    • Regular Coral Bits - $1.50
    • Spicy Coral Bits - $1.50
      • Small - $1.00
      • Medium - $1.25
      • Large - $1.50
  • Kelp Rings............$1.50
  • Salty Sauce...........50¢
  • 4 pc. McNuggets..$4.89
  • Salty Sea sandwhich.........$1.25
  • Sailors Surprise......$3.00
  • Golden Loaf...........$2.00
    • W/Sauce.............$2.50
  • Krusty Nuggets
    • Small (5) ...............$2.00
    • Medium (10) .............$3.50
    • Large (15) ...................$4.50
  • Extra Large (20) .................$5.50
    • Small...............$1.00
    • Medium..............$1.25
    • Large...............$1.50
  • Sweet Potato Fries
    • Small...............$1.99
    • Medium..............$2.49
    • Large...............$2.99
  • Seaweed Salad...$1.50
  • Krusty Krab InstantEat Plate (A plate that heats food and cools drink with electrical motors) ....$5.25
  • Kelp Gels (Sweet Kelp-flavored candy) ....$2.99
  • Micro Krabby Patty....$1.25
  • Fruit Bowl....$8.99
  • Mega Krabby Patty....$15.00
  • Epic Krabby Patty....$38.00
  • Monster Krabby Patty....$60.00
  • Sea Nuggets....10¢ Per Nugget
  • Snow Chow Bag (Freeze-dried bits of kelp mixed with Krabby Patty meat with spices that's cold)....$4.00
  • Pirate's Booty Snacks.........$0.70
  • Fried Oyster Skins......$2.00
  • Popkelp....$19.99
  • Barnacle Loaf.....$6.50
  • Veggie Patty..........$12.99
  • Relish Patty..........$3.25
  • 6 pc. Chicken Nugget........$4.39
  • Nachos.........$5.99
  • Mash Potato (Mash Tater)..........$1.29
  • Breakfast for Lunch...................$3.39
  • Popkelp...............$12.00
  • Scones..................Price not Given
  • Footlong........................$2.00
  • Sludge Pudding.....................Price not given
  • Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza - $14.99
  • The Works Pizza - $13.99
  • The Meats Pizza - $13.99
  • Buffalo Chicken Pizza - $14.99
  • Garden Fresh Pizza - $9.99
  • Spicy Italian Pizza - $9.99
  • Spinach AlFredo Pizza - $8.99
  • BBQ Chicken Bacon Pizza - $9.99
  • Fried Flotsam - Price not given
  • Krusty Deluxe - $3.00
  • Criss Cut Fries - $2.50
  • Onion Rings - $2.50
  • Sweet Potato Fries
    • Small - $1.99
    • Medium - $2.59
    • Large - $2.70
  • Chili Cheese Fries - $3.10
  • Fried Zucchini - $2.50
  • Natural Cut Fries
    • Small - $1.71
    • Medium - $2.40
    • Large - $2.70
  • Side Salad - $2.00

Condiments

  • Mustard
  • Relish
  • Creamy Ranch
  • Sweat 'n' Sour Sauce
  • Tangy Barbicue Sauce
  • Gravy
  • Mayonnaise
  • Ketchup
  • Fry Sauce
  • Garnish
  • Condiments
  • Baconnaise
  • Nước Chấm
  • Mumbo Sauce
  • XO Sauce
  • Fish Sauce
  • Cheesy Sauce
  • Apple Sauce
  • Syrup
  • Honey
  • Oil
  • Soya Sauce
  • Cheesy Sauce
  • Steak Sauce

Trivia

  1. ^ Later in the episode "Krabby Land," Mr. Krabs increased the Kiddie Meal price to $4.99.
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