I was just thinking about this.Lobster rolls are a big CH topic and a fav dish of tourists. I am a fan of the innovative food at Neptune Oyster (not the clam chowder) but from what i see when we dine there, i would guess that their best selling dish is their lobster roll, hot. I know that they buy their lobster pre-cooked (we were told upwards of 100 lbs p. week)because they have no kitchen capacity to prepare that much themselves. So, i would not be surprised to find that the vendor of their lobster is the same vendor for lobster at some other restnts. So what attributes would make their lobster rolls 'the best'? Portion, quality of roll and butter, knowledgeable handling-gentle heating/ not rubberizing the lobster? just curious.
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