A couple weeks back, my wife Vera and I went to lunch at the Lobster Roll Northside in Baiting Hollow.
As I looked at the menu, I had a flashback to the experience I had last time I ate there, when I struggled over which type of lobster roll to order. I know that owner Fred Terry is credited as the inventor of the lobster salad-style lobster roll, so I ordered that. Yet the hot lobster roll, often referred to as a “Maine lobster roll,” which is cooked in garlic and served with melted butter, sounds so appealing.
This time around, I ultimately settled on trying the hot lobster roll. It was also pretty amazing.
So I ask, which type of lobster roll do you think is better?