Lobsta Land is easily accessed from Route 128, which was convenient for us on our way to a concert in Rockport. We had never seen a menu that featured paella, cioppino, AND bouillabaisse. Their bouillabaisse was quite substantial, served piping hot, but the shellfish was not overcooked at all, but tender. Companion liked that the slab of tuna on her tuna bowl was cooked all the way through, as she requested. She found that soy sauce was a much better complement to the bowl than the sauce offered.
The view of the marsh from the back of the dining room is beautiful, even if you don't get a seat right next to the window.
We noticed that Lobsta Land offers a diverse menu of items that are not seafood. At one table of six people next to us, nobody ordered a seafood entree, and they all appeared happy with their choices.
We were lucky to get there fairly early on a Friday night. The parking lot and dining room filled up rapidly after 6 pm.
We definitely would come back on our next concert trip to Rockport, or even during the middle of the week to avoid the rush.
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