Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by LindainWI, Mar 9, 2014.
Has anyone ever been to Lobster Me in the Miracle Mile Shops at PHO? How was it? Menu looks great.
I've had the lobster roll a couple of times. Fries were good, the lobster was ok. Worth trying at least once.
My GF loves MAINE Lobster...
I get fired up about 3 months prior to our trip. We book 5 months in advanced and play the "get a better price" game. Anyways...
GF could not care less... says.. that is your job to get good prices....
A few weeks ago, I showed her the Lobsicle......
NOW she is excited and ready to go.... NOW.... HeHe, Haha, :evillaugh
Leaving for Vegas in just a matter of hours and I'll be trying Lobster Me on Tuesday! I'll let you know how it is!
Spending a lot of time in New York and the ability to walk no more than 3 blocks to get to a Luke's Lobster, Red hook lobster pound, Ed's lobster bar etc etc the quality in vegas feels step below with regard to Maine lobster.
If you want to get the best, stick with the kind of produce that's native to the west coast or close.
Tides Oyster bar at Green Valley Ranch makes a great lobster roll for 13 dollars. I think it's better than Lobster Me which I only tried once and just thought it was decent.
I've had the Lobster roll, lobster bisque and the lobster grill cheese while we were there last November. Loved all of them. They are open until midnight.
The menu looks great, but I was hoping they would have a "real" lobster roll, or at least what we here in CT and in most of Maine call a lobster roll. We serve a toasted, buttered roll full of lobster meat, tossed in melted butter. No mayo! Mayo makes lobster salad.
tried it in July. Definitely not what you would get here at home (NS), and my mom said it was good, not great. A bit overpriced IMO.
Found a couple of pics of the lobster roll.
You know, I've often wondered why the salmon offered at every place I go in Las Vegas is Atlantic Salmon. I'd rather have wild Pacific Salmon, but that never seems to be offered.
Is Pacific salmon just too hard to come by nowadays? More expensive (even with the costs that would be associated with shipping the fish across the country from the Atlantic)?
I'm guessing that "Atlantic Salmon" is codespeak for "farmed salmon".........
I don't know how lobster rolls are supposed to be, but I like my lobster warm. These lobster rolls are served cold, while not bad, I still prefer warm lobster. The cajun style was my favorite of their rolls. The lobster mac n' cheese was just ok. There was a lobster truck at CES that had the best lobster mac n ' cheese i have ever had. Wish i remembered the name of the truck.
You gotta try the lobster ice cream. Surprisingly, its actually quite good.
What is this magical restaurant I have never heard of? Have to remember to eat there before I'm broke
The only thing that interests me is the Lobsicle. Has anyone tried it?
I am also curious how big it is - I looked at Google images, and some of the images make it seem quite small - in fact, Lobster Me's own image makes it seem little bigger than a lemon wedge!!
FYI - I have had the lobster roll for lunch at RM Seafood (Mandalay Bay), and it is very good. Just from the pictures and some of the yelp reviews, I suspect it is much better than Lobster Me's roll.
Wtf. Where is the AYCE lobster at?
All You Can Eat
Sterling Sunday Brunch at Bally's had AYCE lobster... too bad they closed down.
Never having a lobster roll before, I looked up the menu and prices...wow...$17 for a regular size and $23 for a large! I'm assuming everyone will say its worth it?!? I remember walking past this place and wanted to try it as again, I've never had a lobster roll before, but when I saw the price, we said ah let's just go eat at the buffet for the same price. Still wanna try it one day though.
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