I hadn't eaten at Red Lobster for quite a while. My wife + I have discussed the chain's passion for putting cheese on everything. We always order anything with cheese "on the side" - from cheese on the salad - to blue cheese dressing - etc. . My wife + I ordered the same dish. Lobster w/ grilled shrimp + garlic shrimp. I ate the shrimp first - asked my wife "How was your lobster ?" "salty !" she replied. "Huh ?...how can lobster be salty ?" WOW !!!!! Somebody must have put a tablespoon of salt on mine ! I never remembered their lobster being smothered in salt ? It was pretty good - as I remembered it. Not yesterday ! . So....my question is ; Would this be the cook's call ?....or has management decided to salt ? Or was the lobster packed with the salt on it at the shipping plant ? . It couldn't even taste lobster because of the amount of salt. I couldn't tell you if there was garlic + butter on it because of the crescendo of salt ! . Anybody else finding this at Red Lobster ? . If I ever order it again --- I will certainly tell the waiter "No salt on my lobster. please " ( oh crap, here comes a loogie on my lobster ! ) . Why do they feel salt is better....than garlic or butter ?