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Posted by Kev on 12/15/2011
The taste of Maine is excellent! It was a late night and I was looking for some grub and found Luke's on menupages. I like the place it's small with great food and quick service
Posted by Anonymous on 09/21/2011
Best Lobster roll I ever had. Kind of pricy for a hole in wall but they more then make up for it the way they just pile on the lobster on that warm buttery bread it's unreal!!
Posted by Apples on 07/22/2011
I have no idea what the "New Englanders" are talking about. This place is awesome! I first tasted lobster rolls in Maine about 16 years ago. Since then I've also had them in a few places in Massachusetts and made my own at home. This place is BY FAR the best. Perhaps the other reviewers were there on a bad day? 4 days after my visit, I've still been raving to all of my friends and colleagues about it.
Posted by Robbie East Village on 06/11/2011
Probably the best Lobster Rolls I have ever tasted. Price is reasonable for the quality of the lobster. You taste the Lobster, not the taste of mayonnaise, as you do with many other rolls. As for price, I would give it two $$'s.
Posted by LoveNYFood on 12/06/2010
Luke's is a must when you're in NY...don't need to go all the way to Maine to taste some yummy lobster. If you have time take a seat at one of the restaurants! The atmosphere is great- communal tables or bar seating is always fun to share lobster with friends. The murals are awesome- really vibrant colors that def. transport you to Maine! Makes me happyyy
Posted by nycpat on 11/08/2010
The new england chowder was very good - lots of clams. The trio of sandwiches - shrimp, crab, and lobster, were pretty good too. The shrimp were perfectly cooked. The crab was a little bland, and the lobster needed a drizzle of butter or a bit more mayo to be perfect. Great value! Loved the Maine soda too!
Posted by anonymous on 07/28/2010
I recently had a lobster roll at Luke's and think it might be the best one I've ever had...and I grew up in New England. Not too much mayo and the perfect amount of seasoning to give it a distinctive (and yummy) taste. And, for $14 it's a great deal for a lobster roll. If you haven't been yet, hurry!