Lobster roll might be the almighty sandwich for me. Seriously, who got such an idea to make a sandwich with lobster? Well, in fact I do not care that much about that and surely care about where to find a delicious roll. I believe the first time I tried a lobster roll was at The Red Hook Lobster Pound truck during a food truck festival at South Street Seaport. It was buttery (there was butter on the roll and the lobster was poached in butter, Connecticut style) and I admit that I prefer it this way rather than with mayonnaise. So I was definitely excited to try the NY Lobster Club truck.
But my excitement was short: when I opened the box, I saw a tiny roll and, although there were claws, I found there was not that much lobster. I mean all the ingredients were good, but it was not worth the $16 I paid. The roll, toasted was deliciously buttery, but the lobster looked dry and lacked taste, being slightly over cooked. I was for sure disappointed and for me, it does not measure up with The Red Hook Lobster Pound or Luke's Lobster. Too bad...
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