Yesterday I developed a desire for lobster, so my wife and I decided to pay a visit to the Lobster Trap. We had not been there for a decade or more, and found that it looked pretty much as it did a decade or more ago. The same can unfortunately not be said about us, but nobody seemed to notice. ;)
To satisfy my desire, I ordered a steamed 2-pounder at $57. The lobster did its job; it was good, but was it my best ever? I doubt it. The dunking butter I ordered was - horrors! - salty.
My wife, who does not like seafood but came along anyway, ordered the Rack of New Zealand lamb. She raved about it, and since she gave me a taste of it, I can only rave about it also. If you don't go here for the lobster, go for the lamb! The French fries my wife ordered also tasted good, but, as someone else noted, were a very sparse portion, all the more so since the lamb was served without any vegetables.
The wine selection, in keeping with the decor and order of French fries, was rather sparse as well. The waitress was everything I would want: friendly, helpful, efficient.
I'll be back, maybe even before another decade or more goes by.
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