Anyway, on this warm day, I saw the the Red Hook Lobster Pound was parked around my work area. I walked over during the peak lunch hour for some lobster deliciousness. The line was somewhat long but it moved very quickly. The good thing about lobster trucks is that the shellfish is most likely cooked ahead of time that day and assembled on board.
When I got to the front of the line, I knew I was in store for a Maine lobster roll $16). Most people were ordering the meal with a drink and chips ($19). When I received my order, I slowly walked back to my cubicle to unwrap my sweet crustacean laden sandwich.
I was very happy to see large cuts of lobster meat with minimal seasonings and mayo. The meat was succulent and very fresh. Each bite was deliciously naturally sweet and the spices worked well with it. Although I do enjoy my lobster cold and naked (no mayo), a bit of seasoning doesn't throw me off. I also really enjoyed the pickle on the side. The sour brininess was really nice.
The Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck