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"Lazy Man" Lobster - New trend in FFD CTY CT?

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"Lazy Man" Lobster - New trend in FFD CTY CT?

jfood | Jun 14, 2010 04:21 AM

Two restaurants this weekend in FFD CTY and each served lobster. For an added $5 you can order it "Lazy Man." What would you think this meant? The jfoods thought it meant with the tail, claws andarms split open. The first place actually removed the meat from the shell and served ONLY the meat from the tail and the two claws and arms forming a "T" on the plate. Not only did it look pretty lonely (almost a Georgia O'Keefe style painting) but there were no pieces of shell to suck the juice from. It looked weird and they almost felt that they lost half of the experience of eating lobster. And for ~$45 dem shells are good eating.

So what does "Lazy Man" mean in restaurants in FFD CTY?

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