Saw the great reviews and decided to give this place a try. The name of the restaurant made me think it would be on the water or even attempting a boat feel. Sad that it was in a slow strip mall. The lunch portions were...More
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This restaurant is not a fine dining establishment, but they make great lobsters at a very good price, and the service is prompt and very friendly.
This is a cute place, quaintly decorated, that specializes in seafood. I recommend the local bay scallops, baby shrimp, and haddock (either baked or fried). The onion rings are to die for and worth the extra dollar instead of fries. Do not order the house...More
Love the place, delicious food, very charming staff most specially Gina Cooper, very professional and makes me feel welcome. Keep up the good work. I definitely will come back again.
. . . and great service. Locals swear by it, and as soon as I became a local, I came here for lunch with some out-of-state friends. We weren't disappointed. The clam chowder is about the best I've had anywhere in New England. The lobster...More
I have been to the Lobster Boat at least 20 times. First, the lunch menu has very reasonably priced meals that are every bit as good as dinner. The haddock is Always fresh. The Fried Clams are very reasonably priced - unlike other local places...More
My friends and I go here allot. We love the menu, the prices, the service, and the atmosphere. They offer a Sr. Menu. Food is delicious. Love the clams, and Cole slaw is yummy.
Surely seafood along the seacoast would be special most anywhere, but Lobster Boat felt like a chain restaurant in a strip mall setting. There were lots of happy families feeding lots of kids and a significant elderly population (it's near the local hospital). Portion sizes...More