This was our second trip to Cape Neddick Lobster Pound. Last time we trying to find something different, as our usual choices of this type of restaurant had been nothing special, on our last visits and were looking for someplace different. Unfortunately we weren't very hungry that visit, so only had appetizer and chowder, and husband had lobster roll, which was all excellent We had "plate envy " for everything we saw go by. We planned our return visit so that we would have appetites to enjoy one of their great menu offerings.We went on Saturday evening of Labor Day Weekend. This is a tough time of year as during the summer there is a lot of college student manpower, and they have gone back to school. That was not the case here. We were seated promptly, and our waitress was attentive to our needs, even though she seemed to have a fair amont of large parties.
My husband had the 1 1/2 lb baked stuffed lobster, which was stuffed with a wonderful seafood stufing. It was not your usual crumbs, but a stuffing made with bread, and visible crabmeat and other seafood. He left there a happy camper with a full tummy!!! I had the pork tenderloin, which had an apple and cheddar cheese sauce. An ample portion of crispy pork tenderloin, with a wonderful spiced apple glaze, with slices of sauteed golden apples, and just enough of the cheese sauce. All entrees came with roasted potatoes, rice, or fries, and nicely steamed vegetable mix of summer squash, zucchini, and broccoli. The hot loaf of bread was nice. My husband also had a cup of clam chowder, which their version is a slightly thinner broth, but plentiful on the clams and potatoes. This restaurant is within the price range of all similar quality establishments in the area, and we felt we received a good value for what we spent. This is a definite return for us!
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