One wonders just where those reviewers who bashed the lobster pizza here acquired their standard for lobster pizza. I'm sort of a semi-professional eater, and this was the first time I recall seeing it on a menu. My wife will tell you I've eaten pizza in every country I've been to which is well over half the countries in the world, but probably I've had pizza in only two-thirds of the places I've been. If all those pizzas have taught me anything, it's that pizza is unique to every place it is made. Just from town to town in Italy or even from trattoria to trattoria in Naples or Brindisi, pizza will be different, often very different.
The lobster pizza was recommended by our sailing charter captain who lived on Bequia for a decade prior to moving to St. Vincent a few years back, and while I won't rate it in the top 50 pizzas I've ever had, I quite enjoyed it. Extremely generous portions of lobster, plenty of chewy cheese, acceptable if slightly bland tomato sauce, chewy crust.
For as much as I "know" having expectations for any meal can be a bad idea, It took until the second slice and getting the mix right with the local paw paw-pepper sauce for me to decide it really was quite good.
The 13 inch filled two of us and we took three large slices away with us as well. We won't get back during our week here, but if I did I'd try a different pizza, but still I'd recommend the lobster for first timers, hands down.
As for the reviews that implied some racial concerns, the couple at the next table were very different from us visually, but from everything I observed they were as welcome and well-served as we were.
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