dined at east boat lobster restaurant recently with a group of 10 people.
most, if not all of the menu, is geared towards a meal for two persons.
each meal ranges from $35 to $60 i would say, with several types of food
in each one. so i ordered A4 for $45, i think, and it comes with 6 fried
shrimp on a skewer, a steak, a lobster, spaghetti/fried rice, scallops, shark's
fin soup, tea, dessert. it was an amalgamation of all these different
foods that were placed on a large silver platter that hogs up the
comments: in keeping with the supposed freakish nature of this
restaurant, the scallops came with a square sized piece of american
cheese metled on top of it, we asked for the steak rare and it
came medium well, the lobster can be cooked one of many different ways,
we asked for ours with ginger and scallion, instead of spaghetti, we
asked for green beans and they were happy to accommodate us.
the shark's fin soup may not have been shark's fin soup but some other
cut rate soup, the dessert we asked for was coffee and green tea ice
service is good, and if you purchase a lobster dinner, you get a free
bottle of red wine, which in this case happened to be the solid rosemount
seems like an affordable dinner for two persons..