Monday, March 5, 2012

Luke's Lobster, Washington DC

Yummy lobster rolls!!  We took a spontaneous trip to the National Gallery of Art on a Saturday morning and stopped by Luke's lobster for lunch since it's close to the museum.  We loved everything we had there!  The rolls were buttery and seafood fresh, and I even loved their lemon lime soda!  Luke's Lobster is a small restaurant situated across from the AARP building on E street, luckily there were plenty of street parking when we arrived, oh how I love the new mobile park app/feature!

Luke's Lobster

lively chalk board menu

dining space

order window

We picked a roll combo for each of us, additionally we also got the clam chowder and 4 Jonah crab claws as side items.  They were all pretty yummy!

Maine soda: lemon lime and root beer flavors

crab roll, full of yummy crab meat and seasoning, combo $13

lobster roll, look at all the meat! Combo $17

I forgot to take a picture of the clam chowder.  It was really good though, definitely worth the $7 price tag.  The soup had enough creaminess but not overly salty like most places, and the potato pieces were small rather than large (i hate clam chowder loaded up with huge pieces of potatoe - cheap!).  I'd definitely get the soup again if we make it back to Luke's Lobster.

Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed the lunch at Luke's.  Word of warning though, the portions are all pretty small, so you're really hungry, you will be spending a fortune since one small roll will unlikely fill your stomach.  But they're definitely yummy and worth a try if you're into seafood rolls Maine style!

FoodiePop's rating on seafood rolls: 4.2/5

Luke's Lobster
624 E St NW
Washington, DC 20004

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