|Native Cape Cod Seafood's lobster roll, with their potato salad.|
Native Cape Cod Seafood is found at the Aquarium Marketplace, at 209 Commercial Street, and you can take your meal out onto the deck for that fabulous view out over magnificent Provincetown Harbor, so this delicious dish gets extra points for ambience.
|The Mayflower's lobster roll, with fries and slaw, is a good value.|
The Mayflower Cafe serves their lobster roll very simply, dressed only in a small amount of mayo, served with a bit of lettuce in a New England style frankfurter roll that's been toasted on the grill.
It's served with a simple, lightly creamy coleslaw and thin cut fries that are crisp and tasty, all for $14.99, so they get extra points for value for your dollar.
Note: This restaurant is under new ownership, so this exact dish is no longer available.
Now Spindler's, this spot offers a lobster roll with pommes frites, coleslaw and house-made pickles for $28, or two mini lobster rolls for $20. Not sure on sizes, will taste at earliest opportunity. Also, lobster prices have risen, so other prices mentioned in this series may have gone up a bit.
|The Seafood Grille's Lobster BLT is a bit different from most.|
They'll also make you a lobster BLT, with bacon, iceberg lettuce and a hefty slice of tomato, also served with fries, and also $18.
Their dinner menu describes a pair of lobster sliders made with "classic lobster salad" on two small brioche rolls, served with an Asian slaw for $14.50, found in the appetizer section.
There's also a warm lobster roll, "the meat of a native lobster freshly steamed on a Portuguese brioche bun" for $27.95. Since it lists the highest price yet, that one's got me curious, but perhaps another day. I've already had my lobster roll for today.