Don't make the same mistake as we did and arrive right in the middle of lunch time. This place has a great reputation and so it gets BUSY. Be prepared to either wait or compromise and sit at the counter. We actually preferred the counter because the tables at the back were quite squished in and right next to both the kitchen and the toilet.
There are many things on the menu aside from the Lobster Rolls however that is what are famous for and so that was what we ordered. The bun was a little too sweet for my taste especially as lobster meat is on the sweet side already. It was however deliciously moist and came served with a generous helping of french fries.
Their service was quite speedy given that there was a queue at the door and every seat was taken. This is a great place to stop at if you are out shopping and because of the bar seating its also an easy place for solo diners.
Ed's Lobster Bar 222 Lafayette Street New York City
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