Thursday, September 1, 2011

Buy it. Broil it. Devour it. Repeat.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Lobster season in Bermuda is Poseidon's gift to our palates and today marks day one of the seven-month stretch when we're legally allowed to dig in. If you're looking for one in town, don't miss the newly renovated Lobster Pot or even Port O Call, which broils 'em up nicely but charges handsomely. Alternatively, don't miss the side-of-de-road value from the local fisherman who haul in the sweet, clawless wonders each day (expect to pay around $30 for a one-and-a-half pounder on Trimingham Road. Yes, I know, that's still crazy expensive but this is Bermuda). Happy lobster season!


  1. Love lobster! I almost at the two lobster tail special at the local sports bar last night but then thought better of it. Quality entered my mind. Best lobster I've had might just be at a little beach shack on Little Exuma in the Bahamas, place called Santana's. Can still taste it!


  2. Being new to the island I ate my first spiny lobster of the season last weekend (which was very kindly donated to me by my landlord who has a license)... 1 week later, armed with my own license, I can't wait to catch some of the tasty blighters for myself!!!

    God bless Bermuda!