A customer favorite. The combo includes two, select grade 1-1/4 pound-lobsters, fresh from the sea, and a tub of the Lobster Trap Restaurant creamy New-England style chowder made with freshly dug quahog clams.
Boiling a Maine lobster is the easiest way to cook and serve a whole lobster, but steaming a lobster often yields the best results for eating.
Steaming preserves more flavor and tenderness and is also more forgiving on the chef since it is harder to overcook a lobster in a steam pot. For true lobster lovers, steaming is the way to go. Check out our steamed lobster recipe.