I selected Roy Moores Fish Shack for dinner after being advised that the restaurant serves fresh lobster from Moores Lobster fishing biz. Menu was a bit limited beyond haddock, salmon, shellfish and lobster dishes. With advice of a nice waitress, I ordered a cup of clam chowder and the lobster scampi. The clam chowder was very hot and good. But the lobster scampi was a disappointment. I may have misread the menu but I received a plate full of linguine, did not expect the pasta, with maybe 12 small pieces of lobster over it along with some small pieces of off-color tomato. The lobster pieces ranged in size from pieces of the claw tip smaller that the size of my thumb nail, to maybe seven pieces 2/3 the size of my thumb; all rather flavorless and tough. I really did not notice any sauce on the dish; generally I thought it a poor dish. I did write a note on their copy of the card receipt about the cost vs. what I received. I know many people would think that paying $19 for lobster scampi and the overall meal with tax at $27 for one is not too bad to sit in a sort of quaint resort restaurant that has a nice view of the harbor is not too much. But my opinion that the minimum $15 charged for the lobster meat made this little guy cost $60 a pound. I did not send it back or let the waitress know of my issues; my bad. In all fairness, they should be able to serve a decent lobster. But I would not return.
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