Our secret? We source premium, fresh lobster meat directly from trusted partners in Maine and Canada, ensuring exceptional quality in every bite. Whether it's a special event or a craving for gourmet seafood, our lobster rolls are the perfect choice.

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4 Pack

Each 4 Pack includes
4 Lobster Bibbs
4 Brioche Lobster Rolls
1 x 4 Oz Clarified Butter
1 x 1 Oz Special Spice Mix Cup
Gift bag 1 each

8 Pack

Each 8 Pack includes
8 Lobster Bibbs
8 Brioche Lobster Rolls
2 x 4 Oz Clarified Butter
2 x 1 Oz Special Spice Mix Cup
Gift bag 1 each

12 Pack

Each 12 Pack includes
12 Lobster Bibbs
12 Brioche Lobster Rolls
3 x 4 Oz Clarified Butter
3 x 1 Oz Special Spice Mix Cup
Gift bag 1 each

The Original (4oz/Roll) $5.00 / Per oz
You Get 1.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 2.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 3.0 lb lobster meat
The Queen's (6oz/Roll) $4.75 / Per oz
You Get 1.5 lb lobster meat
You Get 3.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 4.5 lb lobster meat
The King's (8oz/Roll) $4.50 / Per oz
You Get 2.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 4.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 6.0 lb lobster meat
The Great White (10oz/Roll) $4.25 / Per oz
You Get 2.5 lb lobster meat
You Get 5.0 lb lobster meat
You Get 7.5 lb lobster meat

All Fresh Seafood Lobster Roll Speciality

If you want to skip the hard work of buying lobsters, either fresh or frozen, and going through the process of cooking them and building the rolls from scratch, check out our specialty, All Fresh Seafood Lobster Rolls, made with only high-quality meat, bread, and butter.

Because the ingredients of lobster rolls are so important, we take care to source only the best for this recipe.

From the special bread imported from Paris to creamy, clarified butter or ghee, the flavors are explosively good.

As for the main star of the show, our lobster is fresh, preservative-free, all-natural, and has not been frozen, unlike many grocery store lobsters.

And the special blend of spices dusted overtop only enhances the flavor and juiciness of the meat itself.

So, instead of spending 4 or 5 hours in the kitchen preparing lobster rolls, let us help you serve a sumptuous meal that is ready to eat in just 20 minutes.

All you have to do is assemble, plate, and enjoy!

What Makes a Good

Lobster Roll?

Regardless of the type of lobster roll, there are some key aspects to the dish that remain constant and will make or break a good lobster roll. The following are the top 4 elements that are important for this seafood dish.


A Touch of Seasoning

Classic Connecticut lobster roll recipes generally eschew spices, but with just the right amount of the proper seasoning, the entire dish can be elevated. Try sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, paprika, garlic, tarragon, and more.

Our secret spice mix is made up of Old Bay and Celery Seed….please keep the family recipe a secret….


High-Quality Ingredients

A classic lobster roll— either Maine or Connecticut-style— is all about showcasing the lobster as the main centerpiece of every bite. And to do so, only the best ingredients need to be used. Given how relatively simple the construction of a perfect lobster roll is, the quality of food will be evident in its taste.

You shouldn’t overlook the quality of the butter or mayonnaise, either.

Unsalted butter is good for making lobster rolls, but the taste profile is heightened when you use clarified butter, or ghee, for perfect smoothness. Additionally, for lobster rolls with mayonnaise as the main dressing ingredient, don’t be afraid to get the best brand available.


Perfectly Cooked Lobster

The lobster needs to be cooked to perfection, preferably from fresh. While canned or frozen lobster can be used, they don’t have the same succulent flavor as freshly cooked meat.

Additionally, cold water lobsters are the best for the lobster rolls of New England, as they contain the sweetest, most delicate meat— perfect for a melt-in-your-mouth sandwich that pairs exquisitely with butter.


The Right Bread

While finding a roll for your lobster sandwich might seem simple enough, it’s important to source the right type of bread. After all, it’s the casing for your impeccably seasoned lobster filling, so the roll’s flavor must complement the entire thing.

Types of

Lobsters Rolls

Lobster Roll


Now, it’s time to dabble in the kitchen and share some classic lobster roll recipes, as well as variations on the old favorites.

And while lobster rolls are certainly something that you can make at home, the price of sourcing good lobsters and the thought of cooking them can be daunting— sometimes taking up to 4 or 5 hours in the kitchen! So, keep that in mind before tying on your apron, as the following recipes all start with cooked lobster meat.

Classic Maine-Style Lobster Rolls

For a light and balanced lobster roll, Maine’s version will be your go-to. The mayonnaise and lemon even out the salty richness of the lobster, highlighting a variety of flavors as you bite in.This recipe serves 4.

  • 1 pound of cooked lobster meat, coarsely chopped.

  • ¼ cup celery, finely chopped.

  • ¼ cupmayonnaise.

  • ½ teaspoon lemon juice, freshly squeezed.

  • 5 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened.

  • A pinch of sea salt and finely ground pepper.

  • 1 tablespoon fresh chives, chopped.

  • 4 New England-style rolls.


Combine the lobster meat, celery, mayonnaise, and lemon juice in a large bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste, then cover and put in the fridge to chill. It should rest for no more than 8 hours before serving.


When the filling has chilled sufficiently, put a non-stick skillet over medium-low heat. Split the rolls and spread butter on both sides, before carefully toasting them in the pan for about 1 or 2 minutes per side. Keep an eye on them as rolls burn quickly!


Take out your lobster filling and stuff each roll to the brim. Garnish with parsley, paprika, or even intact lobster claw meat, and serve.

Traditional Connecticut-Style Lobster Rolls

With butter on top of butter, the Connecticut-style lobster roll is simple, fragrant, and scrumptious. Without other dominant flavors getting in the way, the lobster meat is really allowed to shine in this decadent dish that serves 4.

  • 1 pound cooked lobster meat.

  • 16 ounces unsalted butter, room temperature.

  • 2 small shallots, finely diced.

  • 4 New England-style rolls.

  • 1 tablespoon fresh chives, minced (optional).


Put a large, non-stick skillet on medium-low heat and add the butter. While it melts, pull the lobster meat apart into chunks.


Once the butter is melted, add the shallots and allow to cook for 1 minute. Then, add the lobster carefully, to prevent hot butter from splashing.


Simmer the mixture for 5 or 6 minutes, until the lobster is fragrant and the butter has reduced a bit.


Remove the lobster from the pan, but save the rest of the butter to pour into a serving dish.


Split the rolls and dip each side into the melted butter, then toast in the same skillet for 1 to 2 minutes per side over medium-low heat.


Assemble your rolls by filling them with lobster meat and serve immediately with the remaining butter for dipping. Garnish with chopped chives if you wish.

Easy Lobster Rolls with Spicy Mayo

While traditional lobster rolls don’t dabble in the realm of spices, these super-simple sandwiches have a unique flavor, thanks to the zing provided by spicy mayo. Try these if you want a lobster roll with a twist for 4 people!

  • 1 pound cooked lobster meat, coarsely chopped.

  • ¼ cup celery, diced.

  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter, at room temperature.

  • mayonnaise.

  • 1 tablespoon hot sauce.

  • 1 teaspoon lime or lemon juice.

  • ¼ teaspooncajun or taco seasoning, or chili powder.

  • A pinch of sea salt and freshly ground pepper.

  • 4 hotdog buns.


Prepare the spicy mayo by mixing the regular mayonnaise in a bowl with the hot sauce, citrus juice, and seasonings. Whisk until well combined.


Fold the lobster meat and celery into the spicy mayo mixture and stir. Then, allow it to rest in the fridge for about 10 minutes to let the flavors coalesce.


Meanwhile, butter the outside of your hotdog buns and toast them in a non-stick skillet over medium heat-low, watching carefully to prevent burning, about 1 or 2 minutes per side.


Assemble by scooping the spicy lobster mixture into the buns and enjoy!

Grilled Lobster Rolls

If you are a BBQ enthusiast, then here is the lobster roll recipe for you— fire up the grill and get your lobster meat on the griddle for a delicious variation of the traditional cooking style. This recipe serves 4.

  • 14 cooked lobster tails, intact with the shell on one side.

  • 1 red onion, sliced into ½-inch sections.

  • 1 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature.

  • 1 teaspoon steak seasoning.

  • 1 tablespoon of hot sauce.

  • 1 lemon, juiced and zested.

  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise.

  • 2.5 ounces Dijon mustard.

  • ¼ cup fresh chives, minced.

  • 4 sandwich rolls.


Mix the mayonnaise and Dijon mustard in a small bowl and set aside.


Combine the butter, seasoning, hot sauce, lemon juice, and lemon zest in a bowl, and then spread half of it across the meaty side of the lobster tails.


When the barbeque is hot enough, place the lobster meat-side down on the grill, as well as the red onion.


After the lobster and onion are lightly charred, take them off the grill and put them aside. Crack the lobster tails out of the shell and spread the remaining butter mixture across both sides.


Split the sandwich rolls and put them face down on the grill to toast for about 1 minute. Then, remove and spread with the mayonnaise-mustard mixture.


Assemble the sandwiches by fitting a whole lobster tail into the rolls, or pulling it apart to fit. Garnish with the grilled onions and chives and serve.

How Nutritious are


Before delving into the meat of lobster roll recipes and the secrets to a perfect, buttery seafood sandwich, it’s important to talk about the nutritional aspects of lobster meat in general, as well as lobster rolls.

Is Lobster Healthy?

Overall, fresh lobster is not an unhealthy type of meat for you to eat. It’s a great source of nutrition, including vitamin B12, copper for iron absorption, and selenium for immune support. Lobster also has plenty of protein and even omega-3 fatty acid content.

However, its cholesterol content and sodium levels are a factor to be mindful of, as lobster is one of the most sodium-rich protein sources available.

1 cup of cooked lobster meat

In general nutritional facts, 1 cup of cooked lobster meat contains:

  • 128

  • 0g

  • 1.2g

  • 27g


lobster meat + butter + bread

The meat itself is not bad for your health, but once the butter and bread come in, that’s where lobster rolls do differ in nutrition from the plain, cooked meat.

  • 450

  • 35g

  • 25g

  • 74g


But what about the carbs and calories in lobster rolls, which include the roll, dressing, and butter? Let’s break that down here, with the nutritional facts according to 1 typical lobster roll serving: