When I say this place had no view or character, I mean that it was a real dump. If jail could be a description of a lobster roll place, that would be close. Near the airport with planes flying overhead, you enter from the back, driving through a huge dust pit that you later park in. Keep your windows shut so as not to spoil your dining experience, which almost happened to me. Now, I’m not put off by dumps in the lobster roll trail, but this place had a more urban sketchy look. Undeterred by the exterior, I went in and ordered. The inside looks like any other fish market, nothing like the exterior, in a good way. Very crowded place and after fighting off some guy trying to claim my order, I headed out to try it. Some lobster rolls can manage to be surprising because they miss all my usual checklist, but somehow manage to by very delish. This one was the opposite phenomenon. It looked great, huge roll, giant chunks of tail and claw and no spongies, minimal mayo. But, it still managed to be completely tasteless. Just really nothing…and the meat was kind of tough. Roll bread was the usual and could have been a bit more grilled and they should skip the lettuce shreds. I really wanted to like this one, but I just didn’t. Oh well, worth a try.
Visited November 2011