Lobster rolls are a classic in New England, and in the summer they are the best treat. There’s nothing quite like a fresh and delicious seafood meal.
There are two ways to order a lobster roll: hot and buttered or cold with mayo. Both are delicious – preference of warm versus cold typically traces back to childhood and what you are most used to eating. And of course, the more meat that is served, the better the roll.
A few weekends ago I went to Cape Cod and had to have a lobster roll. I ordered it cold and it was just what I wanted – not too much mayo, not too cold, just the right temperature, served in a hot dog bun, with a huge lump of lobster meat on top.
The Sesuit Harbor Cafe, in Dennis, MA, is a small cash-only seaside shack with plenty of picnic-style seating outside. Get ready to share a table with others while everyone enjoys fried fish or a lobster roll! Everyone thoroughly enjoyed their meals and we all left feeling satisfied.
That yummy lobster roll will probably be my last one of the summer, and I am already looking forward to next season.