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Posted by gago on 04/18/2007
Looked forward to lunch with my sister at Ed's on a recent trip to nyc. Arrived about 1:15 and the place was hopping including the counter. Ordered from the blackboard including a fresh cod sandwich. Was told they were out of it - at 1:15? Meanwhile they left the item on the board for the duration of our lunch even though other customers ordered it as well only to be disappointed. Wait staff seemed to be in a daze - pleasant when you could get their attention. As for the food - excellent salad; a bowl of new england clam chowder which had a wonderful taste and texture but the clams were out for lunch I guess since not a one made an appearance in our bowl; lobster roll was plentiful, fresh, fresh but would have benefitted from just a bit of finely chopped celery, scallions or whatever to give it a little bit of pop. All in all a satisfying lunch but cannot compete with the Pearl Oyster.
Posted by Ann on 04/09/2007
My husband and I are from Pittsburgh and Ed's was recommended - we enjoyed ourselves very much. Lobster was excellent so were fresh cut fries and Ed's pickles! Wine was a good pour. We didn't wait at all but we were there at 5 pm to get a jump on the crowd and we no sooner sat down then there was a line out the door! Value was great too. Sat at the bar and service was excellent! We'd definitely go back here!
Posted by Inklings on 03/29/2007
Just go to Ed's Lobstser Bar and your save yourself a long drive to Maine. I so enjoyed the raw sampler, fried oysters. and lobster rolls! The service was terrific. The desserts were fabulous, too. I can't wait to go back! Kudos to Chef Ed for bringing Maine to NYC and just in time for spring.
Posted by LStroganoff on 03/28/2007
i ate at ed's their opening weekend with my husband david. we absolutely loved the food. the service was a little messy, but that is to be expected at any new restaurants opening weekend. we will def go back again and again.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2007
I drag my husband to every new restaurant bragging about it's lobster roll in NYC. He can't quite understand the lengths to which my brother and I will go to for a good lobster roll. Ed's currently has my vote as the Best Lobster Roll in NYC. I've tried them all and for years swore by the Pearl Oyster Bar. Ed's was just as good if not better and the fries and price sealed the deal. The shoestring fries at Pearly are too messy and difficult to eat. Everything about Ed's was great, especially the very short wait for a table. They even accomodated my 5 week old daughter without any attitude.
Posted by seafoodlover on 03/23/2007
I ate here last night and the food was EXCELLENT. I lived in New England for a few years and I must say, the lobster roll was the best I've had in years - it might be the best I've ever had! The friend oysters were yummy as well. I would definitely recommend this place to all who love seafood! (-:
Posted by holly1975 on 03/23/2007
Once we got past the minor wait, everything else was fabulous. We read that Ed from Pearl opened this new place, so we had to try it. To be expected, the food was top notch. Fresh oysters shucked fresh right behind the bar. the lobster roll really shows off Ed's years of practice. the roll was soft and with a mild hint of butter. The lobster salad was made with big pieces of lobster and light mayo. It came with home made pickles that had the right amount of tang, and french fries. No room for dessert, but we'll be sure to try it next time. A great addition to Lafayette Street. Highly recommended!