Are they no longer serving lobster on ncl? We are cruising on the escape and was looking forward to it.

Tags: Lobster

12 Answers

In the MDR it's an extra charge for surf & turf.

I think its its available one night as an entree anyway. You can get it.

Thanks for the info. I had always heard about lobster night on cruises and now that I am finally going on a cruise it seems to have ended 😔

The lobster that is served there is not the greatest anyways so your not missing much. It is more rock lobster than anything. If you want good lobster, take a New England cruise and in your stop over in Saint John, NB go to a place called Steamers. You will get the best lobster you have ever had!

I like "Rock Lobster" but then I like the B-52's Big Smile saw them in concert a couple years ago........ good show.

Since you mentioned quality of lobster, I had lobster in the Crown Grill restaurant on the Grand Princess and it wasn't anything special. Not bad, not great, just kinda "blah". Hope to try lobster out east someday soon.

Hurray great 80's reference! Love the song and the band. Hope you have an awesome cruise next week!

B52's....Nothing like old school! :)

Portland, Maine....as soon as you get off the ship, there is a little seafood place on the pier. Excellent lobster rolls.

Halifax, down the walkway, past the kiosks, just before Tim Hortons, is a restaurant. Great for whole lobster ( market price I think ), skip dessert. On the way back to the ship, look for the kiosk that sells Beaver Tails and stop there. You're welcome.

Beaver tails are worth the visit to Canada!

Thanks for the recommendation. I'll certainly remember it when I get to Portland, Maine.


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