Lovin’ Lobster Rolls

by in View All Posts, June 22nd, 2010

Our friends over at Tasting Table recently hosted a Lobster Roll Claw-Off featuring some of NYC’s finest versions of the classic. We were lucky enough to attend and sample all eight sandwich competitors.

Claw-Off Fan Favorite, Courtesy of Tasting Table
Claw-Off Fan Favorite, Courtesy of Tasting Table

You don’t have to be an East Coaster to enjoy this summertime favorite. Try these new takes on the traditional roll from Food Network hosts.

Bobby's Lobster Roll

Bobby’s rolls with curry mayonnaise

Giada's Lobster Roll

Giada’s foccacia “rolls”

Ina's Lobster Roll

Ina’s cobb salad rolls

Ellie's Lobster Roll

Ellie’s lightened-up version

— Angela Moore, VP FoodNetwork.com

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Comments (6)

  1. Scott says:

    Living in Maine, there are lobster rolls a-plenty, and everyone has their favorite. Personally, I've made Giada's and they're my favorite!

  2. Michelle says:

    Living in Maine and working for a Lobster shipping comapny.. My favorite way to make a lobster roll is either just lobster warmed with butter and put in a New England style toasted hog dog roll or Lobster meat mixed with Mayo and a little seafood seasoning.. You don't want to over power the flavor of the sweet lobster meat….

  3. Steph says:

    I also live in Maine, and I see signs up everywhere "The Best Lobster Roll" or "The Worlds Best Lobster Roll". If any of you are out in Maine I suggest the Lobster Roll from Mark Antony's Lighthouse Lobster Shack located in Wiscasset just off Route 1 :)

  4. Norman Soren says:

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmm looks like dinner to me!

  5. jan han says:

    i'm with michelle…nothing beats lobster with warm butter on a warm bun. hold the seasonings, goop and crunchy things. monhegan rocks lobsters ~~~ ohhhhh, so sweet!!

  6. Really rarely fdo I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head.

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