Lots of people seem to love this spot, even call it best of Acadia. I just can’t add myself to that list. Mayo is the main thing I remember from the lobster roll. It wasn’t just that it had too much, which it did, but somehow, the mayo flavor was just the only thing I could taste. It had lots of elements of a good lobster roll, fresh, nicely grilled, fresh tail and claw large chunks, but it just tasted like eating mayonaisse. Had tail and claw, but the meat was chewey. I don’t mean chewy in the way people refer to rolls with perfectly cooked tail meat, which is naturally a bit chewy texture. This was tough. Decent for anywhere else, sub par for this area. Lousy view. But they did serve blueberry beer, so that was good.
Visited September 2011