Luke’s Lobster

lukes signWant a lobster roll and don’t have time to go to Maine? Stop by Luke’s Lobster. With existing locations in NY and the DC area, Philly has its very own now, where the old subterranean Bonte waffle shop used to be. Don’t blink when you walk by, as you may miss it. Their sign isn’t very obvious! They serve lobster rolls, crab rolls, shrimp rolls, and some soups. That’s pretty much it. You can choose to get some slaw, chips, and some sodas. I like the simple menu. The worst thing for me is when there are too many choices!
lukesWhile our friend had recommended the Noah’s Ark (essentially a sampler of all rolls for 2 people), we both got lobster rolls! I got mine with mayo, M got his without, but both are served on a buttered and toasted split roll. These lobster rolls are simple. There’s no filler vegetables. There’s just lobster. And lots of it. Careful when you eat it so you don’t lose any precious lobster! We got the combo so we also got a pickle and our choice of chips and a soda. You can’t beat that for a big pile of lobster. They have cape code chips and various sodas from Maine you can choose from. I’m now a big fan of the blueberry soda. I have a feeling I’m going to be here quite often!
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3 Responses to

Luke’s Lobster
  1. Christopher says:

    True. But I liked that one better. I looked into it and they say they’re planning a new Rittenhouse location. So we’ll see.

  2. Christopher says:

    Bonte is gone?!

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