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May 28, 2007 06:11 AM

Lobstah Roll Call/Cape Cod

Can folks report in on their 2007 Cape Cod Lobster Roll experiences? My Gramma is coming down and needs your feedback. We had one at Moby Dicks for 17.99. It was full but not overflowing. No filler aside from a dab of mayo. It was chucky. Osterville Two had more filler and not as good. Any reports?

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  1. Had the Friendly Fisherman's a couple of weeks ago (Rt. 6, N. Eastham). Outstanding as usual. Large overflowing serving of big chunks w/light mayo and no fillers. $15.95 with a generous serving of fries. This place is still, hands down, my favorite for fresh, impeccably prepared seafood!

    1. Mac's seafood near the pier in Wellfleet is very good. I second Friendly fisherman.

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      1. re: Lazy Susan

        Their sushi always looks good too! I like to buy fish there and cook it on the campfire :)

        1. re: Lazy Susan

          Ditto on both, but especially Mac's. The growing Mac's empire, with the sit-down Shack, is just outstanding.

        2. Love Friendly Fisherman, or Sir Cricket in Orleans.

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          1. re: jillian

            Jillian, I had a lobstah roll at Sir Cricket today. 10.99 but a lot of mayo. I am with you on Friendly Fisherman, more meat, less mayo but alas, more money.

          2. I don't know how far you are able/willing to travel but In Mattapoisett, Mass, on route 6, try the Lobster Roll (also excellent ice cream) at the Oxford Creamery. Their Lobster Roll was rated one of the TOP in New England in Money Magazine.

            1. Just had my first of the season at PJ's on route 6 in Wellfleet. It was wonderful as always -- they just add mayo and serve on perfectly grilled hotdog bun. I think it was $15. Order some onion rings well done and you will be in heaven.

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              1. re: LJW

                Friendly Fisherman all the way